re: Poker & ROI in cash games?
Originally Posted by nc_royals
What do you think is a reasonable Hourly ROI in a 9 person (Fulltilt) 0.05/.010 Cash Table?
Since you don't always risk all the money and sometimes you rebuy roi means very little in cash games. Basically they are usually measured in bb/100, which are big blinds won per 100 hands. Generally if you're winning anything over 5 bb/100 that is solid and anything over 10 is phenomenal. Anyway so 10 bb/100 at 5c/10c is $1/100 hands. You can convert this to hourly based on how many hands/hour you get from multi-tabling.
But please don't play 5c/10c at Full Tilt. They charge double the rake of all other rooms as well as their higher stakes. Move your money to somewhere like Stars until you get up to 25nl and you can play on Full Tilt again if you want.