Rake Stats proportional calculation

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Rake Stats proportional calculation

Postby harrythree » Sun Apr 30, 2017 2:08 pm

Question about proportional rake share calculation with the Rake Stats app.

Example hand:

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    "Hand #6302-15 - 2017-01-16 17:41:39",
    "Game: NL Hold'em (400 - 2000) - Blinds 10/20",
    "Site: PM-Demo",
    "Table: 8 Handed",
    "Seat 1: harrythree (2405)",
    "Seat 5: newguy2 (1218)",
    "newguy2 has the dealer button",
    "newguy2 posts small blind 10",
    "harrythree posts big blind 20",
    "** Hole Cards ** [2 players]",
    "newguy2 calls 10",
    "harrythree raises to 40",
    "newguy2 calls 20",
    "** Flop ** [Kd Kh 8h]",
    "harrythree bets 20",
    "newguy2 raises to 40",
    "harrythree raises to 60",
    "newguy2 raises to 80",
    "harrythree raises to 100",
    "newguy2 raises to 120",
    "harrythree raises to 140",
    "newguy2 raises to 160",
    "harrythree raises to 180",
    "newguy2 raises to 200",
    "harrythree raises to 220",
    "newguy2 raises to 240",
    "harrythree raises to 260",
    "newguy2 raises to 280",
    "harrythree raises to 300",
    "newguy2 raises to 320",
    "harrythree raises to 340",
    "newguy2 raises to 360",
    "harrythree raises to 380",
    "newguy2 raises to 400",
    "harrythree raises to 420",
    "newguy2 raises to 440",
    "harrythree raises to 460",
    "newguy2 raises to 480",
    "harrythree raises to 500",
    "newguy2 raises to 520",
    "harrythree raises to 540",
    "newguy2 raises to 560",
    "harrythree raises to 580",
    "newguy2 raises to 600",
    "harrythree raises to 620",
    "newguy2 raises to 640",
    "harrythree raises to 660",
    "newguy2 raises to 680",
    "harrythree raises to 700",
    "newguy2 raises to 720",
    "harrythree raises to 740",
    "newguy2 raises to 760",
    "harrythree raises to 780",
    "newguy2 raises to 800",
    "harrythree raises to 820",
    "newguy2 raises to 840",
    "harrythree raises to 860",
    "newguy2 raises to 880",
    "harrythree raises to 900",
    "newguy2 raises to 920",
    "harrythree raises to 940",
    "newguy2 raises to 960",
    "harrythree raises to 980",
    "newguy2 raises to 1000",
    "harrythree raises to 1020",
    "newguy2 raises to 1040",
    "harrythree raises to 1060",
    "newguy2 raises to 1080",
    "harrythree raises to 1100",
    "newguy2 raises to 1120",
    "harrythree raises to 1140",
    "newguy2 raises to 1160",
    "harrythree raises to 1180",
    "newguy2 raises to 0",
    "harrythree refunded 20",
    "newguy2 adds 1182 chips",
    "harrythree wins Pot (2397)",
    "Rake (3) Pot (2400) Players (harrythree: 1200, newguy2: 1200)",
    "** Summary **",
    "Board: [Kd Kh 8h], Players: 2, Pots: 1, Total: 2397, Rake: 3, End: Flop",
    "Seat 1: harrythree (+1197) [Qh Ac] Won without Showdown",
    "Seat 5: newguy2 (-1200) [9s 6h] Folded on Flop",
    ""


According to Rake Stats in the "Detail only" Report, this hand would be broken down as:
6302 | harrythree | 2.9032
6302 | newguy2 | 0.0968

But based on other hands that I've been looking at, I would have thought it would be something like:

6302 | harrythree | 1.5
6302 | newguy2 | 1.5

Since the Rake was 3, the Pot was 2400, and each player put in 1200 chips each.

Am I not understanding how Proportional rake is broken down by Rake Stats?
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Re: Rake Stats proportional calculation

Postby Kent Briggs » Sun Apr 30, 2017 3:12 pm

Yeah that's definitely a bug. Should be 1.5 each as you stated. I'll look into it, thanks.
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Re: Rake Stats proportional calculation

Postby Kent Briggs » Sun Apr 30, 2017 3:31 pm

harrythree wrote:
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newguy2 raises to 0



So there's the problem. No one should be able to "raise to 0". Can you duplicate that? Because that would be a bug in the server code itself. The Rake Stats utility is seeing that and zeroing out that players post-flop chip credit for the rake, only giving him credit for the 40 chips bet before the flop.
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Re: Rake Stats proportional calculation

Postby Kent Briggs » Sun Apr 30, 2017 4:07 pm

So I tried to duplicate that hand using the same stacks and bets. Down to the end it looked like this:

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newguy2 raises to 1160
harrythree raises to 1180
newguy2 calls 18 (All-in)
harrythree refunded 2


When newguy2 was down to 18 chips, his only button choices were "Fold" and "Call 18". I'd be very interested if you can duplicate that "Raise to 0" option again.
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Re: Rake Stats proportional calculation

Postby harrythree » Sun Apr 30, 2017 4:53 pm

Thanks for the clarification. This hand probably came from me testing my bot a while ago, which is why you're getting different results in the web client. I'll see if I can recreate it...
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