\$ICM Diff

1. ## \$ICM Diff

Can anybody explain what the \$ICM Diff is telling me, a little confused on why the one diff is -\$18.17 when I finished 2nd. How is this calculated. Thanks

2. EV Diff = EV - Winnings

Every all-in hand results in a EV Diff.
Example AA vs TT preflop allin. \$10 HU SNG. (80% vs 20%)
You win the hand--> so you win the game, winning \$20.

Your EV in the hand was 80% of \$20 = +\$16.
You actually won \$20.
So the EV Diff is -\$4.

Your Luck Adjusted Winnings line will be the SUM of all the EV Diffs + the winnings.

3. Originally Posted by Patvs
EV Diff = EV - Winnings

Every all-in hand results in a EV Diff.
Example AA vs TT preflop allin. \$10 HU SNG. (80% vs 20%)
You win the hand--> so you win the game, winning \$20.

Your EV in the hand was 80% of \$20 = +\$16.
You actually won \$20.
So the EV Diff is -\$4.

Your Luck Adjusted Winnings line will be the SUM of all the EV Diffs + the winnings.
I understand the EV stat. The information I was asking about is the \$ICM Diff stat in the screenshot (is it the same as EV?). Not quite sure how it's calculated. Thanks

4. \$ICM Diff is the same as EV Diff.... but for STTs

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