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ICM Calculator for calculating final table chops
Yes I did try the search feature on the forum before starting this thread.
Question: What ICM Calculator do any of you use for calculating final table chops? (ie. like on PokerStars seeing as their Admin. won't chop with ICM). Last night I went on a couple sites & tried out two of them to calculate a final table chop (a table I was railing that a CC member was on   a micro table on Stars, 3 players left). I ended up getting different numbers from each of the calcs. & thought this was pretty odd (yes I punched in the #'s correctly  prizepool/chipstacks). So.. I'm wondering which one to go with &/or what ones you folks use. 
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I figured it'd easier to just plug numbers into the calc., & hit 'calculate'? tks Wizz. 
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It baffles me that PS still don't offer an ICM calculator at the final table and stick with chip/chop. Main event of WCOOP and they don't even offer the players ICM deal, just put a chip/chop out there to start discussions with.
I just type in ICM calculator and use one off the internet that comes up on google. 
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It would be interesting to see the two different results you got from the two different calculators. Perhaps its just a numerical fault that got magnified. There are some famous cases when that can happen pretty fast. Like the Vandermonde matrix or the Hilbert matrix. Or when you have tiny decimals. 
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I'll just stick with Chillin411 I guess. 
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It would seem that the obvious thing to do would be to run the same numbers through a couple of different calculators and see if you can 'prove' that one is more accurate.
You haven't provided the figures or results or I would have had a go myself 
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What motivated you to create an icm calc.? 