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Return on Investment. A statistic that is usually only used when describing success/failure rates in tournaments, and is calculated through a tracking program, such as poker tracker or hold em manager or websites such as sharkscope. You can do this calculation yourself by taking your (Prize - Buyin) / Buyin. If you played 2 $50 tournaments, and won $250, you would take ($250 - $100) / $100 or an ROI of 150%.

Example: I've played 100 MTTs this week with an average ROI of 5%.

Created by JKDS on 22 Jul, 2009
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