Originally Posted by PNJs_dad
Does this mean that when you sit down at a 0.05/0.10c table that after 100 hands if you sit down with $10 on average you should be getting 60 per hundred hands? I'm always confused by this. Someone please explain this. Thanks
if you ran on a 6bb/100 hands, exactly, and left after 100 hands, if you started with $10, you would take away $10.60.
!, traditionally BB/hands refers to BigBets/hand and bb/hand refers to big blinds/hand. The notion of this BB/hands comes from LIMIT
poker and is what the bet changes to on the turn or last 2 streets. So in most poker games
the BB/hands would actually be 2 times the big blind. 6BB/100 hands should accordingly mean you leave with $11.20.
Now figure in the rake......