Originally Posted by coffeeyay
great stuff genher. Maybe tomorrow I'll try to "smooth out" this range (since stuff like AJ not jammed as much as AQ and AT don't makes sense to me) and calc it, but what do the numbers mean? if one hand is 10 and another 1 does that mean 10:1?
yes this is the raw data from my database on a population of 10000 players (excluding me BTW). That is roughly 29000 tourney (29390 to be exact). I would have liked to get a bigger pool of players, but every times i try 15000 players or more I crash HM2 and have to kill the database
First thing to notice is that it's not often than villain open shoves 20 to 25 BB deep. it only happened 384 times out of 29000 tourney (1.3%). The numbers in the cells are simply the occurences. So for instance, out of the 384 times 20 times it was 44, 14 times it was A4o and so on...
Another interesting thing is that it's an Ax MORE
often than 22-55 i was very surprised at that. If you consider that we get Axs 3 times less often than Ax this means that a random player is more willing to open shove any Ax than 22-55 weird
The rest of the data is very noisy. There seem to be a few big broadways (KJo QJo)and K getting shoved and a lot
of random junk. I believe that random junk could probably be any 2 cards because it's probably just a case of "FML i am drunk tonight I am going to flip my last $60 in an Hyper" reasoning
to smooth the data it probably should be something like 20 times for 22-55, 12 times for any Axo, 4 times any Axs, keep the 1 occurences as they are (it's prob about 1/2 of the random), keep the bigger PP as they are. For the Kx and broadway ...not sure. then it's just a matter of giving proportional weight to each hand and calculate the counter-range (CREV should do that in a breeze)