Live stats analysis
I've been keeping a relatively detailed account of my poker sessions at my local casinos
and some trips to AC and after accounting for a little over 100 sessions I came across a glaring leak. When I rebuy in a game I lose, and lose big.
When I re-buy at 1/2 I buy in for $213 and another $181 ($394 total) but cash out only $360 on average, a loss of $34 a session over 27 sessions.
When I re-buy at 2/5 I buy in for $554 and another $606 ($1160 total) but cash out only $821 on average, a loss of $339 a session over 16 sessions.
($918) at 1/2
($5424) at 2/5
When I don't re-buy at 1/2 I buy in for $226 and cash out $515 for a $289 win over 33 sessions.
When I don't re-buy at 2/5 I buy in for $628 and cash out $1545 for a $917 win over 18 sessions.
$9537 at 1/2
$16506 at 2/5
With the above stats should I just stop re-buying altogether?
It's incredibly obvious to me that tilt is way more costly to me than I thought and when I re-buy the chances are that I'm on tilt. When I don't re-buy it's not because I didn't bring more money with me, I just didn't need it.