Originally Posted by cambo47
Here is the last 2 weeks or so, 9k of 10nl and 3k of 25 nl. I had a couple tilty spewish sessions, but overall the stats are similar to how I play. I've been playing both 6max and FR, and I think it's made me too aggro pre and post, and too squeeze happy, at FR. Eval please.
You played like I played 2 years ago and this is a very high variance style that will eventually lead to being bankrupt. You'll have huge winning sessions and huge losing sessions, you'll tilt and lose more.
I'll say that I have only recently started playing holdem again after a 1 year break in which I played no poker at all, so I'm no expert. I will tell you what I know, others can comment and correct me if I'm wrong. I'll post my stats below.
You're not folding enough hands! Fold more!
- you're calling way too much from the blinds! work on this especially! if you want to defend, do it by 3betting. Especially when someone opens OTB. Don't call, you're OOP vs a huge range and you're forced to play fit-or-fold.
- you're calling too many hands PF after someone else has raised. Play tighter preflop, but post your positions stats (in the positions tab in pokertracker) for a detailed analysis
- fold more on the flop. think about the board texture!
> don't randomly call with just overcards
> don't randomly call with any pair
think about the following things: is it likely that this board has hit my opponents range? is it likely that this board has hit my range?
> raise your draws! you'll see a lot of folds ...
> raise with bluffs (preferably bluffs that have outs, like overcards but don't do this all the time! do this occassionaly)
- fold more on the turn! for exactly the same reasons
- fold more on the river! if your opponent is betting 3 streets, your top pair is likely not good enough! if you can't fold top pair, its cheaper to just raise the flop and fold to a reraise
- stop thinking: hmmmm my opponent could be bluffing here! he's likely not bluffing, trust me. to expect that an opponent is bluffing, you have to have a solid read (e.g. after watching him and analysing him for HUNDREDS of hands!)
My stats - comments are welcome: