# Sage Poker System Calculator

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The Rakeback Calculator helps players to understand how profitable getting rakeback from poker rooms can be, even if you are a low volume player.

It’s not always easy to calculate rakeback from a specific room, especially with each player having their own playing schedule or playing at different stakes. So, if you’ve ever wondered exactly how rakeback can benefit you, we suggest you use our handy Rakeback Calculator.

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## What is the Rakeback Calculator?

The Rakeback Calculator is a program we’ve created to help you estimate how much you can expect to receive in rakeback payments over a given period of time. This information can be useful for players who are curious about the benefits of signing up for rakeback at a new poker site, or for players who closely manage their bankrolls.

Please note that the results of the Rakeback Calculator are estimates based on the experiences of other Rakeback.com users, and that your personal experience may differ. Many variables that are impossible for us to judge can influence the accuracy of its results.

For example, every player has a different playing style. Those who end up in a greater number of large pots will generate more rake than players who implement a low-action style.

## How do I use it?

Using the Rakeback Calculator is as easy as it looks. Simply enter the appropriate information for each category (game type, simultaneous tables, weekly playtime, and rakeback %) and click ‘Calculate’.

The calculator will compute your expected daily, weekly, and monthly rakeback payments depending on the amounts you input. Then you can use this information to judge which poker sites you want to sign up for, and you can see how valuable receiving rakeback can be.

Note that these rakeback figures are averages, and each player’s style will affect their rake paid. In general, tighter players will earn less rakeback than loose players. |

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## How Much Cash Back Will I Earn?

Rakeback increases your winnings from online poker as you continually earn money back from every raked hand or tournament you play.

Many players earn a living wage from rakeback alone. Use the calculator below to estimate the size of payments you’ll get over a given period of time. The calculator will compute your expected daily, weekly, and monthly cash back depending on the stakes and tables you input.

Hourly $998

Daily $17,472

Monthly $174,720

Yearly

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The Sagulator helps you design shelves by calculating shelf sag (deflection) given type of shelf material, shelf load, load distribution, dimensions, and method of attachment. You can also specify an edging strip to further stiffen the shelf. See the notes below for usage tips.

**Notes**

**1. **The deflection calculations use average wood stiffness properties of clear, straight-grained samples measured in controlled laboratory conditions (mainly from the U.S. Forest Products Lab). **Expect some real-life variation from the calculated results. **

**2.**The eye will notice a deflection of 1/32″ (0.03″) per running foot, or 3/32″ (0.09″) for a 3′ wide bookshelf. The Sagulator computes initial sag only. As an engineering rule of thumb, wood beams/shelves will sag an additional 50% over time beyond the initial deflection induced by the load. Thus, a suggested target for allowable sag is 0.02″ per foot or less.

**3.** Once you have a maximum allowable sag figure in mind, you can design your shelf by tweaking the material types and dimensions. Many bookshelves have a depth of 8″ to 12″, a width of 24″ to 36″, and a thickness of 3/4″ to 1″.

**4.** A fully loaded bookshelf weighs 20-40 pounds (9-18 kg) per running foot, or 60-120 pounds (27-54 kg) for a 3′ wide shelf. A value of 35 pounds per running foot is used by some for library shelving. Fine Woodworking magazines can weigh up to 40 pounds per foot.

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**5.** You can enter fractional dimensions as decimals (8.75), or as conventional fractions (8 3/4). If you use fractions, just make sure to leave a space between any leading whole number and the fraction.

**6.** The shelf thickness value is actual thickness, not nominal. If you’re using common construction lumber, a *1 inch* board is actually 3/4″ and a *2 inch* board is 1-1/2″ thick.

**7.** This calculator can also be used to measure beam deflection. Because beams are typically positioned on edge, use “thickness” to represent beam depth and “depth” to represent the thickness of the beam. The shelf span parameter represents the beam span.

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**8.** The Melamine material choice assumes M-1 grade particleboard with a melamine resin/paper facing. If your melamine sheet has a different particleboard grade (M-2, M-3, etc), select that grade of particleboard in the pull-down menu. The melamine facing has a negligible effect on the stiffness of the shelving material.

**9.** If using a hardwood ply with a composite core – veneer center plies, with relatively thick MDF outer layers under the face veneers, select MDF for the shelf material.

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**10.** An optional edging strip can be specified to stiffen the shelf. The “thickness” of the edge strip will be the same direction as “depth” of the shelf, and the “width” of the strip will be the same direction as “thickness” of the shelf.

**Tips for Managing Shelf Sag**

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- If shelf span is reduced by one-fifth, stiffness is roughly doubled (deflection is halved).
- If shelf span is increased by one-fourth, deflection doubles.
- If shelf span is doubled, deflection is eight times greater.
- If shelf thickness is doubled, deflection is reduced to one-eighth.
- If shelf depth is doubled, deflection is cut in half.

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**Credits and References**

The Sagulator employs established engineering formulas for calculating beam deflection. Some references that I found useful include:

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- Roark’s Formulas for Stress and Strain by Warren Young
- Understanding Wood: A Craftsman’s Guide to Wood Technology by Bruce Hoadley
- Engineers Edge structural beam bending equations
- Beam Design Formulas with Shear and Moment Diagrams by American Forest and Paper Association

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Special thanks to Steve Stephenson for providing initial formulas and Jeff Bratt for his helpful input and derivation of formulae for handling an edging strip.