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    Should freerolls affect your stats on poker websites like sharkscope?

    should your stats from freeroll games be applied to your overall poker CV on stats programs?

    i feel that my player profile is pretty weak online with stats programs but when i use the card caculator with carbon poker most of the tourneys i get labewieither shark, tight aggressive; or neutral aggressive, depending on the cards i am getting and how often people are folding to my bets. all seem to be really solid profiles for long high payer tourneys.

    In freerolls i am more likely to shove then a cash game because i expect more weak callers so a shove with an ak might get called BY a3 and kj, but in a 20 dollar buy in tourney, your only called by AA, QQ, and KK

    anyways, what do you guys and girls think?

    Patrick

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    well yeah i do simply because it shows players how u adapt to different situations especially as on opr it shows what money u have won from what so it can give other players a good idea of how u play
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    Freerolls are on your sharkscope. Just so you know.

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    reply...well yeah i do simply because it shows players how u adapt to different situations especially as on opr it shows what money u have won from what so it can give other players a good idea of how u play

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    no because it messes up your ROI. it would say something like 2000% like it does with HEM when you could really be a losing player.

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    I don't believe freerolls should count because I don't play them for money just for entertainment and therefor not serious. It brings my ROI down because of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cat2455 View Post
    I don't believe freerolls should count because I don't play them for money just for entertainment and therefor not serious. It brings my ROI down because of this.
    I agree they should not be counted, or at the very least only counted in a "freerolls" category, which actually, would be fine; even interesting. But for the purpose of ROI, percentage-wise, it couldn't really be calculated because there is no monetary investment.

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    Sure, factor it in but give me the option to look at it without.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThirdCoast View Post
    Sure, factor it in but give me the option to look at it without.
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    I agree with tracking them but have a separate listing that excludes it

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