All-in equity graph

gillbates21

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i'm not understanding this graph to the extent i'd like to.

Y-axis has values in BB-s (or Tournament chips)
X-axis has values in # of hands

there are 2 lines: Total winnings (BB) and All-in equity value (BB)

i would like to understand:
a) how the graph values are generated
b) how/why can this graph go to negative values on the Y-axis

cause sometimes i think i don't see the values matching my experiences, therefore i must not be understanding it as well as i should.

it would be awesome if somebody could have the time to elaborate about this graph.
 
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the graph

the graph shouldn't be needed but i agree it could help to look at it
 

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8bod8

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Thanks,
never seen it, that's why I asked.
No idea what the aal-in equity [BB] means, or how it's calculated.
google sent me pokertracker, but the answers do not match you graph.
Hopefully someone else know and we all benefit.:eek:
 
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competitor chances

Cardschat teaches that Equity in poker is the part of the pot that is based on the odds of winning the pot at that moment in play. Equity changes after each street - preflop, flop, turn and river. With that in mind, the equity of the all win should analyze the risk periods of a tournament regarding an all win and the rivalry in BB of the competitor.
 
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i know that equity in hands is measured in %, i think that value is what the odds calculator shows. never seen that value in the negatives.
 
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