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The idea is that a player who has achieved a 5% ROI on the 0 Sn G’s is by far stronger than a player who averages a 7% ROI on the Sn G’s, because it will be harder on higher levels to achieve a positive ROI.Since the exact methods to calculate the “ability” are not disclosed by Sharkscope, because it is unclear whether the calculation will be changed in the future or not and since virtually all players have a value between 50 and 80, this value is only of limited significance.
And since poker is a game with incomplete information, checking the stats of your opponents can give you an additional advantage when playing online poker tournaments.TIP: Full Tilt and Stars are both closed to US players.The best alternative for US players is Betonline Poker. Sharkscope is a website where you can check the stats of yourself and other Sit and Go poker players. ROI (Return on Investment) is the average return on investment Total profit is the sum of all profits (or losses) in dollars that a Sit and Go’s player has accumulated in the past (excluding bonuses and rakeback, as it is impossible for Sharkscope to know that data)Form is the “form” of the player.Conversely, as a medium or big stack this player will attack the blinds of medium stacks with a wide range of hands.
If you click on the name of the Sn G players from the example above, then you get to see more information and stats about him in a few graphs: What you can learn from this data about the opponent: This opponent has already played a lot of Sn G’s – about 2,200 tournaments.He plays mainly Sit and Go tournaments with a buy-in of and has an average ROI of 13% (on the SNG’s with a buy-in of even more than15%). So better avoid that guy if you have the chance to play another Sit’n Go tournament.