Where do you find these numbers guys? Noob here
My numbers: I keep my own stats with the help of Excel.
@yarik_gr`s numbers: 5th grade mathematics.
So you write down every time you play a tournament, the buy-in and result? And you have like thousands of entries?
What about SNGs, you pbbly have tens of thousands if you grind those..
For MTTs, yes. Of course you have to update your sheet after each day. Takes maybe a minute or two depending on the number of MTTs I played.
For SNGs, I simply write down the results after each SNG, like 1, 2 or 0, you can also do A, B and X. Then I count the 1s, the 2s and the 0s and input the numbers in my sheet and Excel does the rest. Takes maybe 1 minute.
To improve sit and go skills?
Well, my first priority, (putting it bluntly), would be to ignore this thread and instead jump to the old PNL recordings on YouTube. Listen to Caspar B especially. He's a personal friend admittedly, but one of the best STT players in the world. If you want a quick sample:
Start from 10 minutes or so. There are other shows where he commentates as he plays. Well worth a watch. I hope he never sees this.
My own tuppence worth: One bit of advice would be, at the bubble especially, don't play just because you can. Nearly all big stacks play too much at that stage of the sit and go, even at high levels. It's a lack of understanding of sit and go dynamics.You will often, inadvertently, prevent the the shorter stacks pushing against each other. A 2 or 3 thousand chip lead at that stage does not have the great value most players think it has.
@WuDu what do you mean by saying "5th grade mathematics"?
@Inhuman you can ask Unibet support to send your stats to email, but I'm also use Excel for my own calculations.
@illiteratum Thank you for your advices! I will check that YouTube channel today.
@unibetslowplay why do you think that you are the best here? Maybe your advice is works at 10 euros+ stakes, but at my stakes players almost never fold their draws, ofc I'm trying to get a maximum value from it, but sometimes they even call a turn bet for half of the stack with 10-high flush draw (just an example). I almost never bluff and only use math in my game, here's an example for you to understand all the craziness happing here.
I was calculating your average buy-in via the rule of proportion. That's 5th grade mathematics to me.
Relax buddy, only 7 more years to go...