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Instead, the weak players make a lot of smaller mistakes that don't hurt them as much. Maybe a graph. Ill find some more info later tonight. The largest downswing over those thousand simulations is 1, BBs. Some players do complain about "getting drawn out on", though that signals to me that don't have a good understanding of the game. This is from a professional player who has played thousands and thousands of hours.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Was wondering if anyone is winning more than this that has played limit. Twenty percent of those year-long simulations experienced a downswing of BBs… just that year! That's pretty much impossible in LHE. I saw a lot of talk about 1 big bet an hour but that was either around the start of the poker boom or even earlier than that when rake was lower and a lot of people couldn't play. In NL, one mistake can cost or earn you a stack of say big blinds or more. Even though max bet is smaller the variance seems higher to me because every pot is multiway it seems. Limit tends to have a lot of bets go into the pots compared to no limit. Most will agree that 50 buy ins is a reasonable bankroll, and that winning 10 big blinds an hour is a really good winrate in NLH. Running simulations for a full-time live cash-game pro with solid win rates and standard deviations reveal scary results. Limit win rate. Trust me when I say swings are larger. In NL the weaker players get crushed. If you were running hot, it's a great game to win quickly though. Many multiway pots give you the chance to play a lot more drawing hands since you'll have the proper odds to draw, though hands like top pair go down in value. Twenty-percent of them experience a downswing of 1, BBs…each year. I mean even the quote you pulled says: the probability of losing three stacks in an hour is much greater in no-limit than it is in limit. You won't get stacked in limit, but you will lose a lot of big pots after you put a lot of bets into the pot. You should question your judgment wrt the softness of the limit games if you aren't an expert limit player. Here is a post from Mason Malmuth on the subject. Ill see if i can find some graphs. Even though standard deviations are greater, since the probability of losing three stacks in an hour is much greater in no-limit than it is in limit, no-limit players consistently have higher win rates in the terms of big blinds per hands. Just curious Two of the guys I played with are just sooo bad and I am not sure how they are not broke Which is why I bring up win rate in limit games. Sure you can lose your stack on one hand, but it's the fish who are usually losing to me when that happens, not the other way around. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Sign In Register. Just wanted to discuss limit win rate and variance. A weak player can survive much longer in a limit game and won't get punished nearly as badly for mistakes. The average winning player expects to earn 7, big blinds. Based on my experiences playing live NL hold'em it sounds about right. Variance is definitely not higher for me in NL with the way I play. People get much better odds to chase, they can limp in PF and call postflop without having players make big bets to blow them off the hand, and weaker hands like top pair are played much more aggressively and have more value. And, yes, variance is way higher in limit games. California rake is much higher now. The luckiest of the identical players wins 8, blinds, and the unluckiest sap loses almost 1, blinds that year. You're doing extremely well if you do better than that. I heard once that some people, pros even, won't play no limit because they can't handle the swings. One wins over 14, BBs, another barely turns a profit. All thousand players expect to win 3, big blinds over the course of a full time year 50, hands. Not sure if you're talking about live or online or just making up numbers to suit your argument. In a given session, the big winner might win 50 big bets and the big loser might lose In my experience, the variance is way lower. I think a reasonable bankroll would be at least big bets. This is not what the thread was created for though. In NL when I lose a big pot, I rarely lose another big pot soon after that, but in limit it's definitely more common to lose a big pot right after I just lost a big pot. In limit, they generally use bb which stands for big bet e. In NL people will be careful with hands like top pair and try to pot control, but in limit people are raising and even 3-betting those hands more often. Many of the pots I win are a result of steals, and as a result of making aggressive raises PF which narrow the field. No man not confused. So don't assume that those players are fish in the limit game though they could be. These days I think around 0. June in Live Poker Hands. Limit has higher variance due to multi-way pots, people getting odds to call, and the price of blinds per orbit is higher. What should your win rate be. In limit I'm more likely to lose one big pot after another, and pots in limit often get big and you're just hoping that your hand holds up. In no limit, you can get a calling station to pay off a large bet, for example, but in limit you can't do that. June edited June Given two games with the same win rate, one limit and one no-limit, the variance in limit will be much higher and a bigger bankroll is therefore needed. In NL you need to be careful when you have top pair with a good kicker, but in limit you can be aggressive and not worry about getting stacked. Out of 30 hands you might only play hands depending on table dynamics on average. Also your opponents won't make all the massive mistakes they make in NL which really gives players big edges over the weak players. Well show me the math then and not just your conclusion. And variance is definitely higher. Also how is limit in terms of variance? Talks very briefly about variance in limit. The Devonshire article uses different winrates. June I played a little limit long ago and I think the variance may be higher just because it's often multiway and people are always priced in for draws and overs. This is because of the multiway nature and because hands go to showdown very often. I'm talking about live. Well again from my Gambling Theory book I argue that excellent live players will have an hourly win rate that is about 10 percent of of their hourly standard deviation. Also think of the blinds. One of them experiences a downswing of 4, blinds…forty buy-ins!