EV ROI / \$ per hour/ Graph settings

# Thread: EV ROI / \$ per hour/ Graph settings

1. ## EV ROI / \$ per hour/ Graph settings

Hei guys,

1. EV ROI / \$ per hour:

How can I see my EV ROI and how can I see the hourly rate I have?

2. Graph settings:

About the graph settings I wanted to know if there is a possibility to save my settings? F.ex. if I want to see the AI eq. graph I always have to do that manually since HM2 doesn't remember the settings I used.

thanks k.

2. 1 - Reports > Tournament Results > Trophy Icon (show or hide the tournament summary) > [x] Show \$EV adjusted

2 - This is a known issue that was just moved up to the 'on deck' queue so it should be resolved in of our upcoming releases.

3. I have a doubt. Is the EV ROI correct?
I don't know if I am running bad or If my EV ROI is bad calculated.The more time I play, the difference between EV ROI and ROI is bigger. I refer to the image of the cup, and I click in show \$EV adjusted.

4. Here is an explanation of how EV works in tournaments:

Luck Adjusted Winnings compares the change in the equity you have at the beginning of a hand with the end of the hand.
It's only calculated for hands where an all-in situation (before the river) takes place. And only can be calculated for single table tournaments.

Example:
\$10 husng -->50% flip--> it works something like this

1500 vs 1500 chips:.

You win the SNG 50% of the time--> and your equity will be \$20 (EV Diff = -\$10) but 50% of the time you lose and your equity is \$0. (EV Diff = +\$10)

You Luck Adjusted Winnings will be the SUM of all the EV Diffs + your final equity.

Your final equity will be either \$20 (if you win) or \$0 (if you lose)
So in this example (1500 vs 1500 chips) the luck adjusted winnings will always be +\$10 (no matter if you win or lose)

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2500 (hero) vs 500 chips:
-->50% coinflip

This time you win the SNG 50% of the time--> and your equity will be \$20
but 50% of the time you lose and you will have 2000 chips and your opponent will have 1000 chips.

1500 chips are worth \$10 in equity, so when you lose the hand your equity will be \$13.33

So your EV is 50% * \$20 + 50% * \$13.33 = \$16.66
Therefore if you WIN the hand--> and your equity is \$20 (the EV Diff will be -\$3.33) and if you LOSE--> your equity will be \$13.33 (EV Diff = +\$3.33)

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Also watch EV video at: FAQ - Hold'em Manager (HM1) Poker Tracking Software :: EV Explained

5. So I think we can call EV ROI biased, it doesnt show the hypotetic ROI in the long run.

6. I'm not sure I'm understanding how you're using hypothetical here.

The EV ROI is showing what your ROI would be, had you run as expected. It's based off your expected winnings.

What did you mean here?