Database analysis - How come I am down $33 but +32.15 bb's raising small pairs UTG?
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    Question Database analysis - How come I am down $33 but +32.15 bb's raising small pairs UTG?

    Totally confused about if I'm profitable or not raising pairs 22-55 UTG (6-max). I assume I'm not. It says I have 235 total hands with my Net Won USD = -$33.08 being negative but my bb/100=+32.15? How can that be, is it calculating my expected value or something?

    My filter is set up as follows: Number of players 4-6, Hero's position: EP, Raiser's position: EP, Pre-flop Actions: Unopened, PFR=True, Holdem Hole Cards: 55,44,33,22

    Thank you so much for any help!

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    I think I figured out that it's probably because I play multiple stakes and I'm using the "overall" tab. My guess is I've lost more money at the higher stakes.

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    That is correct. Try looking at your filtered results in the By Stakes report or include a stakes filter from your More Filters > Basic Filters > Game Stakes and Number of Players and filter for one stake at a time.

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