Your point is and was moot. As I stated and you replied to " I also don't see where if a amateur and a pro set down and played 10 different buy ins (10 mini tournaments) how could the pro win more than 9 out of 10 with out winning all 10?
What does that say,.,. oh yes it clearly says only 10 games/tournaments. So back to what I said how can you win more than 9 out of 10 games with out winning all 10?
The word is average. Average. Average.
The poster you replied to, meant it as an AVERAGE.
What is that word again? Average. Say it three times very quickly. It is supposed to almost rhyme with 'beverage'.
He meant it as expressing an average, not just ten games. Get it?
Let is see if you understand: let us assume they played 50 games, and the pro won 46 games out of 50.
What is his average?