Originally Posted by KyleJRM
You are meaner than me. But yes, that's what I was thinking.
lol well if you take into account what I last mentioned, that if you just make an estimate you probably estimate what you usually win in a winning session over how long it was, plus the fact that people will disregard downswings but since obviously them running good was pure skill forget that. Now I'm just as guilty of that, this is how the human mind works. I still remember when I was making $60/hour for my first 5 hours. Since then I would have been happy with a $0/hour winrate (well not really, but if I could go back in time while still remembering this horrid downswing ). Now my winrate since then is under $10/hour. Here's your process for determining your winrate.
1. Make sure you have pokertracker
2. Log 20k-50k+ hands starting now (because otherwise you may have bias. If you're on a hot streak you'll pick a week ago but if you're on a downswing you'll start now)
3. Take a look at something that's pretty close to your true winrate on PT