What's a good ROI for pokerstars' sit-n-go's?
I'm only recently beginning to recognize the importance of knowing your ROI (return on investment) in any particular setting you play in.
Discovering my own ROI in about 100 sit-n-go's worth of tournaments at pokerstars
, I realized I should play in them more often. My ROI was a nice and respectable 20% (which I heard was pretty good); playing mostly MTT and a few 9 player sit-n-go's as well. All tournaments played were of the $1 variety as well.
Now if you go to sharkscope
, you can see my ROI (for 'Young Cheese') is about 66% for 200 tournaments worth of action at pokerstars. This is slightly askew b/c I entered (and won) a .10 cent tourny, gaining $8.40 in cash in the process. So that really tipped the scales a bit, I know it did. However I've been playing a lot more, and have finally trained myself to play on 4-6 tables at a time.
Anyways, my question is this. What is a good ROI for the $1 sit-n-go's at pokerstars? And should I be playing higher stakes if I can maintain a ROI that high at this level (20% or above)? Am I wasting my time at these stakes? I know that I understand the game very very well, and I'm definately more than just lucky (I have cash game success as well). This is all kind of new to me though, and I'm not sure what to make of these numbers. Anyone willing to comment please do, I'd be happy to hear what some players think of this. I don't exactly have a poker mentor on hand here.