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Old 07-05-2016, 08:08 AM   #6301
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***







All hands are from Pokerstars 2NL Zoom 6-max

Any thoughts how I can improve my game?

I think I have a few leaks although winrate is decent.

Thanks!
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Old 07-05-2016, 01:33 PM   #6302
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CB Flop is high. Avoid cbetting drawy textures (i.e Q85) if you have absolutely nothing (not even a gut-shot)

Interestingly you have a high FT3B at BTN and CO, but lower number at EP and MP. This should theoretically be the opposite. You can defend more hands vs 3-bets on the BTN and CO when you have position. And you should play rather tight vs 3-bets at MP & UTG.
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Old 07-05-2016, 06:49 PM   #6303
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

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CB Flop is high. Avoid cbetting drawy textures (i.e Q85) if you have absolutely nothing (not even a gut-shot)

Interestingly you have a high FT3B at BTN and CO, but lower number at EP and MP. This should theoretically be the opposite. You can defend more hands vs 3-bets on the BTN and CO when you have position. And you should play rather tight vs 3-bets at MP & UTG.
Probably because he's more comfortable defending hands x, y and z to a 3bet, and those hands make up a larger % of a tighter range (his EP ones) and therefore he's folding more in the later positions.
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Old 07-06-2016, 05:39 AM   #6304
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

Thanks for advice

So should I call or raise more 3bets from postition? at 2nl people call or raise 4bets usually with AK, QQ+ so I can't really value bet much. Maybe I should call more like T9s, 98s, QJs, KJs? what about medium pairs? I don't fear that people will start 3bet exploiting me because most players are readless (so big player pool).

I was wondering about my AF, is 1.9 too low?
and call steal 18%, too high?
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Old 07-08-2016, 05:43 PM   #6305
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6max 5nl

I'll take any advice please, thanks.

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Old 07-09-2016, 05:54 PM   #6306
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

Hey guys, new player here. Forced to transit from 10NL Full Ring where I've had a nice 4bb/100 run over 100k hands to 2NL 6max, been giving it my best with extremely poor results so far.

Trying to figure out what's going wrong, any help appreciated.
I realize this is an incredibly small sample, but as this is my first real downswing I'd like to know if there's anything that seems absurd in my stats:




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Old 07-10-2016, 05:50 AM   #6307
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CB Flop is high. Avoid cbetting drawy textures (i.e Q85) if you have absolutely nothing (not even a gut-shot)

Interestingly you have a high FT3B at BTN and CO, but lower number at EP and MP. This should theoretically be the opposite. You can defend more hands vs 3-bets on the BTN and CO when you have position. And you should play rather tight vs 3-bets at MP & UTG.
Since when 68% Flop cb is high? It's pretty decent imo. Most good regs are between 65 and 75%. I don't think 2nl changes it much; on one side we might get less folds, but when checked to our range is stronger than usual since villains tend to donk bet more and with a relatively strong range.

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Old 07-10-2016, 05:54 AM   #6308
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All hands are from Pokerstars 2NL Zoom 6-max

Any thoughts how I can improve my game?

I think I have a few leaks although winrate is decent.

Thanks!
To be honest, I don't see any leaks in those stats. They're top reg stats, I'm not even kidding.

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Old 07-10-2016, 06:04 AM   #6309
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

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Hey guys, new player here. Forced to transit from 10NL Full Ring where I've had a nice 4bb/100 run over 100k hands to 2NL 6max, been giving it my best with extremely poor results so far.

Trying to figure out what's going wrong, any help appreciated.
I realize this is an incredibly small sample, but as this is my first real downswing I'd like to know if there's anything that seems absurd in my stats:



89% cbet accompanied by 31% turn cbet isn't good at all. You're just inviting everyone to float you every flop. You gotta study your equity and fold equity on some flops vs villains' range to see that you're cbetting flops where you shouldn't. Also 60% fold to cbet is high. 22% WTSD shows you're folding way too much postflop, not only vs cbets, maybe on rivers, limped pots.... who knows.

In any case, you have a small sample and don't think you're a losing player at all.

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Old 07-10-2016, 06:08 PM   #6310
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Old 07-16-2016, 09:25 AM   #6311
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

Can anyone give some insight as to how I am screwing up on the button? That should be my most profitable position and it's coming in 3rd. Let me know what other stats would be useful to post in regards to figuring out where my leaks are in that position.
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Old 07-17-2016, 03:51 AM   #6312
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You're really passive, hence the awful redline. For a range of top 18% of hands you're opening with, 55% Flop Cbet is really low. I don't know which boards you cbet and which ones you don't, but normally someone with 50-55% cbet doesn't cbet low card flops like 642 with overcards; although AK is a must cbet, QT may not be; depends on villain. Personally, I cbet 90%+ of flops with AK. I might be saying what you already do, so also make sure you cbet all of your OESD and FD almost all the time.

But the idea is simple. You have to protect your equity more by betting on spots were villain won't call worse and won't fold better. And BLUFF more.

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Old 07-17-2016, 03:56 AM   #6313
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Can anyone give some insight as to how I am screwing up on the button? That should be my most profitable position and it's coming in 3rd. Let me know what other stats would be useful to post in regards to figuring out where my leaks are in that position.
Most likely variance. Just in case it's not, you could post RFI range, fold to 3bet%, 4bet range...

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Old 07-17-2016, 11:22 AM   #6314
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Most likely variance. Just in case it's not, you could post RFI range, fold to 3bet%, 4bet range...

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Raise first in = 39.91
Fold to 3-bet = 85.9
4-bet+ = 7.22

My total winrate isn't at all bad over the sample, an if it's just variance that is fine. If it isn't though getting the Button on par with MP and CO would be a pretty notable boost to that winrate.
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Old 07-18-2016, 12:16 AM   #6315
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***











Hello everyone,

I have ~22k hands at 2nlz on pokerstars. I think I am running hot (but I am winning at least) - can you guys take a look and see if anything is ridiculous stats wise? I am planning to take a shot at 5nlz soon (almost up to 100$ bankroll) and want anything major plugged before variance comes in and drags me back to earth.

I also have a C-bet question. I C-bet almost anything I raise when HU vs a Villain who has a fold to C-bet above about 65-70% (so 2/3rds pot is easily profitable with nothing else factored in). Should I be doing this, or sticking to standard ~70% (so less betting with air or weak draws?) This probably adds 10 or 15% to my C-bet percentage due to people at 2nlz folding the flop so much.

I attached everything I could think of. Thanks to anyone willing to take a look!

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Old 07-18-2016, 10:15 AM   #6316
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Raise first in = 39.91
Fold to 3-bet = 85.9
4-bet+ = 7.22

My total winrate isn't at all bad over the sample, an if it's just variance that is fine. If it isn't though getting the Button on par with MP and CO would be a pretty notable boost to that winrate.
That's an extremely high fold to 3bet%, specially with RFI at 40 which is a bit lower than average.

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Old 07-18-2016, 05:03 PM   #6317
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

Max it's clear that you have a big edge postflop, you're leaving money on the tables by being so tight. If you want to increase your winrate, loosen your VPIP/PFR/3b closer to 22/18/7. If you're really good postflop, open them up even more. Your CBet is also too high to be optimal, there are definitely spots where you're throwing away money so think about that. Anything over 75% Cbet is probably a leak.
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Old 07-18-2016, 06:01 PM   #6318
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

Thanks NeA!

If I was to add more hands to my VPIP/PFR ranges, should I focus more on medium SC like 89s-JTs, maybe gappers (J9s-QTs) and the suited broadways (QJs, K10s+, A10s+)? Right now I usually throw away A10, K10 and some KJ, QJ, especially offsuit or in early/middle position.

I raise most pairs first in (except for 22-55 in EP and 22-33 in MP) as it is.

For 3-Bets, usually I stick to JJ+ and AQ+ - add in TT and maybe KQ? AJs? I don't 3B light yet - is it worth it at these stakes?

Thanks again,

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