Originally Posted by Dunna100
I think your cbet stat is a bit low, and fold to cbet bit too low tbh.
Your ATS is fairly low, if you're playing a TAG strategy. Pay more attention to the players behind you when in LP in an unopened pot, if they're tight and/or passive then be first in.
Your AF is also quite low which makes me think you're quite passive
You're right about the cbet/fold to cbet stat. I've been playing around with floating and delayed cbetting (believe it or not, my turn cbet is higher than my flop cbet).
Floating is villain-dependent, of course, but I'm floating anyone who cbets 80% of flops; this explains the vpip/pfr gap, as I will often flat a cutoff raise on the btn, float the float, then either bet the turn if they check, or minraise if they bet (you'd be surprised to see how many people fold to this).
Now that I think about it, you're the kind of dude that I float
! 24/21 with a 71% cbet in the cutoff? I'm floating you all day long and twice on Sundays!
Stealing? I don't know man, sometimes it looks so obvious. Right now I got two dudes at one of my tables with decent sample sizes; one is 18/18 with 38% ATS and the other is 20/18 with a 39% ATS. Really? These guys play super tight and then magically wake up with a hand every time it's folded to them on the button? Could they play any more predictably? When you get aggro out of the blinds, these
are the dudes you need to exploit.
You're right about the aggression factor. I PTR'd myself yesterday and got the big "F" on my flop, turn, and river aggression.
Thanks for the feedback.