This is a discussion on Chipleader - variance-equity within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Assist me please in further elaboration of this https://www.cardschat.com/forum/tournament-poker-59/mtt-early-stage-already-itm-kinda-483373/#post6012689
The goal - highest efficiency abuse of all chipleader's advantages.
I have already touched on that here https://www.cardschat.com/forum/tournament-poker-59/deepstack-strategy-actually-crap-481577/
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And you do someting like dis
These two previous losses are innocuous since we return all our chips in one run.
Why it theoretically works:
Let's take as the basis a tight opponent against which our Desktop Screenshot 2021.04.13 - 17.21.07.83.jpg
With enought chips and normal neutral variance we can turn these 25% into 58% and even further, further and further (25%,44%,58%,68%,76%,82%,86%,90%,93%,94%....)
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That's it, and now I want you to help me to make a right conclusion from all of that. Something usefull.
But before posting make sure you'll make "quality post". Separate what you know is right from what you think is might be right. Science'n'stuff, you know... And more detailed, please.