This is a discussion on Hourly rates within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; Hopefully I can get some real answers w/this but here it goes... 1. What can I expect as an average hourly at 25nl and 50nl 6m? 


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Hourly rates
Hopefully I can get some real answers w/this but here it goes...
1. What can I expect as an average hourly at 25nl and 50nl 6m? (Before Bonuses/RB) As vague as that question is, I have some stats to hopefully put it into perspective. Looking through my old DB, I was winning at 10nl for 10$/hr which was something like 18 BB/100 over like 40k hands or so. Now, I lost my DB for my first 25/30k hands at 25, so my new one only has about 7k hands. 2. For the math genius's out there, what kind of win rate would I need at 25 to sustain 10$hr? 2a. Is this rate attainable? (i'm guessing obv yes, just want certainty) 3. I'm guessing that 10$ hr would be lolez for 50nl, but if someone wouldn't mind helping me out Hope this isn't too vague for everyone out there 
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forgot that, yeah 68 tabling 6m in my case 
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bb/100 is the equivalent of how many buyins you win every 10K hands. Find out how many hands you play per hour using HM.
For 1000 hands per hour at $25NL you will need to win $100 over 10K hands for a winrate of 4bb/100. Find your hands per hour and adjust this figure. Your probably doing a little over 500 hands per hour so will need a winrate of 8bb/100. Its certainly achievable. 
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I'm averaging 7.4 tables/hr for about 550 hands per hour so far Lets just round down to your 500 so pretty much 8 bi's every 10k hands gets me to 10$/hr 
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Ye thats right. Assuming I didn't ball up the maths at some point.
Btw is that 18BB/100 18bb/100 or 18PT bb/100 Generally capitals refers to the latter. Sick winrate either way despite the sample size. You've a good shot at pulling off 8bb/100. 
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I averaged about $16$17 / hr playing $50nl RUSH Full Ring: 3 tables (600800 hands per hour) (including rakeback of about $1.50 an hour) before Black Friday. I was playing NIT tight at the time: 16/12 AF3.5 . I made about $12  $15 hour playing $50nl 6max (no rakeback) before switching to Rush, but I only played like 20k hands. Played more like 26/20 AF 4.5 . Hope this helps.

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but I appreciate the effort 
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