Originally Posted by seachicken
That is not what i am saying. I really should have said "remember that 10m is worth more per chip than 50m in terms of $ev.(dollar expected value) " The reason i brought this up is because i feel the op may be looking at situations in terms of Cev (chip expected value) instead of $ev when leading the tournament. I play at least 4 live MTT's a month similar to the op. When i have the lead going to the final table i really have to focus on what i gain compared to what i lose when making tough decisions.
10m is worth more coz of the derivative/constitution of gaining chips in the 1st place? So the proximation of 10m is derived from:
pre-era = chips (percentage of potential investment i.e.
100% of chips = 100% of winnings or/divided by 100% of chips = 100% of winnings divided by 3 or 5).
post-era chips = $$$
0% = loss of 'equity' in $$$/chips clause---meaning, property of $$$
0% = gain of 'equity' in chips/$$$ clause---meaning, property of chips
100% = gain of 'equity' in chips/$$$ clause---meaning property of $$$
100% = loss of 'equity' in $$$/chips clause---meaning property of chips
So you see 100% is 100% percent no matter which way you turn it around. What they should do is make
abbreviations for the place holders of/of everything below "equity" which is the the top since it =
the property of player divided by the concept of 100%---100% of expected value---100% of expected percentages
of the card combinations (you can't play poker by yourself!)---100% of chips---0% of money
(gravitational time dilation meaning, the earth divides into itself---gets smaller not bigger) the north pole
is the slowest part of the earth since gravity gets more affected by the cold/slower turning percentage of the
earth's rotation/north pole is a fulcrum/crank-inertia-placeholder) i.e. the sun creates more matter from it's
inertia reacting with Dark matter/dividing into itself.