How many real money hands have you played at PokerStars?

serj537

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I have 99 available so far. And how many, these are giveaways, I don't know.:)
 
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Right now I am at 7/7 which signifies over 100,000 real money hands played, how far away from 8/8 is anybody's guess.
 
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I have all of these animations disabled, so I don't even know how to bring it back to look for this number :ROFLMAO:

But also, this number will be literally of no use, cause you can see the jump is way too irregular/uneven. You have 75k for 66, then 100k for 77, then 250k for 88, 500k for 99 and 1mln for TT. So one jump in cards can be +25k, or can be +500k lol So how would you know how many hands have you played if you're stuck in the middle of these huge pay jumps? You won't know ;)
 
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I don't know how many hands I played, but I use 22, because I like it...
 
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I can show 10-10 :)...maybe JJ ...but I stop playing cash games 3 years ago :)))
 
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Currently I have 77 (which is 100k hands I think). I don't put this badge though, because I think it gives free information to your opponents at the table about your experience. However, if you want to be tricky, you can put a lower level badge as to pretend to be more unexperienced player :D
 
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I have too little to write about this, but these are good statistics and thank you for not hiding them 😀
 
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Where i can see how many hands i played on Pokerstars? :X
Did you ever find the answer to this? I was wondering myself.

Is there anyway you can see how many real money hands you have played on pokerstars?
 
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I have about 20k+ hands, but I started playing 4 months ago so I think I'm happy with that number.
 
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for me I have the 77 badge, but did not play for years and PokerStars is not allowing me to play in China. Let’s see I am curious to make it to 88 in next year when I am back to germany
 
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99 the last time i looked but it really don't do a god damn thing it's just something the marketing people came up with to get you to play more you don't get anything for them.
 
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Wow that's impressive, congratulations. I don’t remember exactly, but on PokerStars it’s like 3 3.
 
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When it became possible to put the icons of the hands played, I had access to :10c4::10h4:, that is, more than a million played hands. And just a couple of days later, the :jh4::js4: badge became available - over 2.5 million played hands!
Which icon is available to you?
I hit 250K (88) hands about a year ago. Keep wondering when it is going to tick over to 500K. Such a big jump from Level 88 to 99.
What is funniest about my stats though is that I have one opponent (and friend) I've played about 20K hands against. (Beat him heads up last Friday night for 20.00 GBP!)

I noticed someone said that there isn't necessariuly a relationship between hands played and skill level.
Whilst they might not [perfectly aligned with skill, I'd say that there is probably a pretty strong tendency for higher volume, real-money players to play better poker.

Certainly from a statistics perspective, USUALLY BUT NOT ALWAYS, players with TT or higher in their hand counts play more positionally tight play (ie more folds from ealy positions) and tend to play more exploitatively (e.g. overbetting flops with small top pair on a dry board against a call station).
players with larger numbers of hands are far more likely to run the clock more, removing the timing tell from play.

Experienced players are much more likely to three-bet (and arguably less likely to four bet).

overall, I tend to value these badges...and I suppose I should be careful to do that, given thaqt they can be disaplyed at any value up to and including the badge you've earned....

If I'm feeling cheeky, I might start the table out with 22 and periodically increase it, just to se4e if anyone notices,...

Cheers,
JT
 
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