Originally Posted by DKnight10
Do you think tubro SnG's are more profitable than regular STT's?
you all seem to be missing the fact that this was the original question in the OP.
the simple answer is yes they are generally more profitable.
the slightly more long-winded answer is that they are more profitable because although the faster blind structure means that although there is more of a luck factor, staying tight early on and playing correcy push/fold means that although your attainable ROI compared with regular donkngos will drop, the fact that turbos take little over half the time of regulars on average means your winrate will be higher.
let's say you can get a 10% ROI in regular donkngos and a 7% ROI in an equivalent level of turbos. If you 4-table continuously, you will probably get in an average of 3 normal SNGs or 6 turbos in an hour. if you're playing $10 games, the regulars will give you a winrate of $3, whereas the turbos will give you a winrate of $4.20.
yeah, my esimates of sngs/hr might be a little off, but bear in mind also that this isn't even accounting for the fact that most sites charge less rake for turbos.