# What level of buyin is the Daily Cardschat \$100 freeroll equivalent to?

#### wsbar

##### Legend
If we were to compare the Daily Cardschat \$ 100 Freeroll with the Sng of 180 players, what buyn would you pay that would find players of the same level?
Sng 180 players \$ 0.50; \$ 1; \$ 2.50; \$ 5?
I hope you understand my question.

#### AMTF1988

##### Rock Star
I personally would say between \$0.50 and \$1 based on the prize at the end, but being Cardschat and having members with varying skill levels it's hard to tell

#### Dejange

##### CC Delija
Currently we have an average of 150 entrants in CC freerolls on PS - so it means a buy in of something like 0,72 - 0.75 USD. However, some 6 - 7 months ago, when we had an average of 115 - 120 players, then it looked more like 1,00 USD buy in

#### wsbar

##### Legend
My poker room mates, thank you very much for replying to this post, I thought I had said something nonsense, because some days ago I published this post and nobody had answered. More in fact this question was asked based on the level of the players, would like to know in which of the Sng I will find players in the same level?

#### terryk

##### TheCanuckwithalltheluck
I would say \$5 buy-in,imo(3.30 maybe?)

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#### r21sp

##### Rock Star
find out the answer to your question is not difficult, it is enough to simply compare the buy-in level with a tournament in which the same amount of prize money

#### gon4iypes

##### Visionary
find out the answer to your question is not difficult, it is enough to simply compare the buy-in level with a tournament in which the same amount of prize money
no it's not the money but the skill level of the players

#### wsbar

##### Legend
no it's not the money but the skill level of the players

That's just it, mate. I'm willing to invest some money in Sng 180 players, I'll start with the \$ 1 buyn. I will analyze, if I have some return on investment I will give continuity, otherwise Fold without pity. Hugs and good luck at the tables.

#### eidikos

##### Visionary
hi!
i would say 0.50\$- 1\$ buy in
the skill level is there too with the exception of some players that are really good and above that level!

#### schtiuky

##### Visionary
I think that if you whana make some maths the formula will be like 100 +15% game taxes and then / by the players number.

#### wsbar

##### Legend
I think that if you whana make some maths the formula will be like 100 +15% game taxes and then / by the players number.

Hello my noble, in this question I am wondering in which Sng I will find players of the same skill level. I'm not referring to money. Good luck at the fellow tables.

#### schtiuky

##### Visionary
Hello, probable around 1\$

Maybe a dollar.

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#### tihomir_kula

##### Legend
SNG 0,50 ,180 players,because the lowest prise is 0,75.

#### Helloween

##### Visionary
Hello my noble, in this question I am wondering in which Sng I will find players of the same skill level. I'm not referring to money. Good luck at the fellow tables.

I think the skill will be equivalent to tournaments with buy in up to 10 dollars. Before, I did not notice the difference in the game between 1 dollar tournament and 10 dollars

#### estefanetti

##### Rock Star
I personally think is 1us\$ aproximatly.
Regards friends

#### edc1

##### Visionary
first ten minutes like an acr 10 buck froll-middle to late stage ide say round a 3-5 buy-in-cc has some very good players that play a lot of these mtt,s which in turn makes for an enjoyable game when your seated with those players

#### jsnake716

##### Visionary
I think you are asking a question, wanting a skill level more than just a dollar value?? It is very difficult to label because at any and all Micro - to- low stakes MTT's you are going to find a huge difference in skill levels. Some people who are sports bettors will jump into low stakes tourneys just to have fun while they are sweating a NFL game. Some people can deposit \$50 dollars and play for a week. These players enjoy winning but it is not important, they do not really work on their poker game.

That is why i believe it is important to try and play good basic poker, as you try to navigate through the player pool. I usually, but not always notice the play improving as you get deeper into the tourney. In the low stakes and freerolls I do my best to stay away from All-Ins unless I have the Nuts. This is a question where I do not think you are going to find a definitive answer.

#### playinggameswithu

##### Legend
Market price would be around \$0.40 cents.

#### Milosika1991

##### Rock Star
I think it is something around 1\$ :top:

#### Poker Orifice

##### Legend
It's difficult to say... even from one CC freeroll to the next there's a large variation (on some sites you'l find better players & a higher level of skill in the game, vs. some other ones that are no higher skill than the donkfest public freerolls you'll find anywhere online (ie. the CC 888Poker freeroll.... you get many players shoving 100bb's allin in level1.. players open-shoving 50+bb's, etc.). partypoker games are probably the best but again half the field (or more) are not thinking above Level 1 (in other words, they're not even thinking about the hand you're holding... only the one they're holding in front of them).Also, when playing online you'll find a large discrepancy in skill level depending upon when you're playing (ie. late at night (euro time) the tables are much looser & fishier than at other times and weekends are the absolute best time to play).

start off small & work your way up. Good luck!

#### playinggameswithu

##### Legend
Market price is \$0.85 to \$1.50 depending on entrants on ACR we have about 100.

#### Jeshua Kane

##### Rock Star
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100 dollars / 150 average entrants as stated above equals[FONT=NotoSans, Lato, arial, sans-serif]
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