1. ## Question on Equity

Game: PLO

I have a hand, where HEM claims I have an Equity of 31.4%, which when the money went in at the flop looks right.

The problem is, it's a \$51.25 pot, which I won, and it also claims a EV\$Diff of -\$50.09

31.4% equity of a \$51.25 pot means I should expect to win \$16.09. That's the definition of equity. EV\$Diff should therefore be -\$35.16, if I understand what that field is trying to tell me.

One complication is it's a four way pot. One stack double mine, one nearly equal, one smaller. Equity when the money went in was 58%/31%(me)/8%(Smallest stack)/2%(largest stack)

2. Please post or attach the actual hand history, and I will ask one of the developers to take a look and explain it to you.

3. I've figured it out, thanks.

The \$ field on the sessions tab is the amount won -minus- investment.

So this \$51.25 pot was actually a \$73.25 pot that I put in \$22.
31% of \$73 is \$23, so I should expect to win \$1
When I actually win \$51, the diff is \$50.

Your math works, my understanding did not.

4. OK, great.

After 11+ hours on the forums today I knew I wouldn't be able to comprehend the question.

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