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Is my win rate sustainable in 5NL? (5.96BB/100)

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MCroupier    0

I have recently been playing 5NL on PokerStars quite frequently over the past few days and I seem to be having some success (5.96BB/100)

I just want to know from someone more experienced than me if this sort of win rate is sustainable and what they have learnt from going through the same thing, I have been playing poker on and off for about 2 years so I have some fundamentals but no where near enough to really understand if a long term profit is achievable, I will attach my PokerTracker stats here in case anyone is interested: 

 

Profit / EV graph: https://gyazo.com/923999180b4d6fcc3d61781206e83dc9

Overall Stats: https://gyazo.com/e72ea2fc39d873540943020bcb4d0add

 

I'm not sure whether 10k hands is a big enough sample size to truly show if I am profitable in the game.

Any help is appreciated 

 

Thanks

 

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On 1/7/2021 at 3:36 AM, MCroupier said:

I have recently been playing 5NL on PokerStars quite frequently over the past few days and I seem to be having some success (5.96BB/100)

I just want to know from someone more experienced than me if this sort of win rate is sustainable and what they have learnt from going through the same thing, I have been playing poker on and off for about 2 years so I have some fundamentals but no where near enough to really understand if a long term profit is achievable, I will attach my PokerTracker stats here in case anyone is interested: 

 

Profit / EV graph: https://gyazo.com/923999180b4d6fcc3d61781206e83dc9

Overall Stats: https://gyazo.com/e72ea2fc39d873540943020bcb4d0add

 

I'm not sure whether 10k hands is a big enough sample size to truly show if I am profitable in the game.

Any help is appreciated 

 

Thanks

 

I'm not a guy of all the theory, but if you are profitable/sustainable in the long run will show from itself.

It's not a great winrate, but as long as you stay profitable.. I'd keep learning/studying and then u can move up in stakes, to my feeling the skill of players doesn't always go up. 

I remember a good book that could help you, "crushing the microstakes". Good luck.

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PokE_RocK    1

So were you able to sustain it?

Any positive win rate (after the rake) is good, but of course the more, the better. At 5NL it should be over 10bb/100 if you want to consider yourself ready for the next level.

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