Originally Posted by LD1977
Yeah, I am pretty new so I know I can't be sure of myself. But when I analyze the big losses they often seem well played (and those that are tricky end up in HH forum), admittedly some are horrible but there are less and less of those now.
Can someone explain the All In EV graph thingy?
Of course when you analyze a big losses they seem well played, it will be bad beats which you're focusing on.
I bet you don't analyze huge winning sessions where you ran like god do you, got it in as a dog etc. I bet you brush it off as a "Well, thats nice, makes a change"? Thus, you don't focue on your winning sessions as you will know you sucked out and ran well in general so don't wish to look at that
EV line basically represents when the money goes in; who actually has the best hand and you can't control the outcome of the other cards.
For example: AA allin pre flop vs KK.
If he spikes a K, your winning/profits line drops; yet your "expected value line" goes up.