Originally Posted by burpst
No worries. And about your stats I don't see any major "wrongs" but I am not an expert
heh, thanks again dude
. I'm not a stats expert either but I know some of the area I could be focusing on.
I guess I could pontificate on my own game - so here goes:
My river call efficiency has dropped off a bit - I expect my opponents to be value betting me lighter/barelling me more due to the amount of hands I'm in, but I don't think they've actually neen adjusting to me as much as they should so my anticipated adjustment of calling on rivers may be premature at NL50. overall not enough of the player pool adjusts enough. the last 1.5K hands though I've been able to bring it up a few 10th of a decimal though by dumping more.
my won in the button stats are pretty crappy - I'm probably not utilizing my position enough and playing too passively in pots and/or not takin advantage of situations where I have sufficient FE against and EP opponent, I think if I pick a few more spots to push my opponents off holdings on wetter boards I'll both increase my W$WoSd and my overall winnings IP.
I know I've passed up a few squeeze opportunities where I'm pretty sure I could have easily taken down a pot preflop but was worried about getting called lighter. some of the NL50 regs might adjust to my game and call me or 4bet bluff me but the vast majority of opponents I can simply be relentless with squeezes.
overall my Cbet and Cbet success suggest I need to be making some slightly better decisions vs random NL50 opponents. I'm a quantity C-bettor, so again as far as my game is concerned, I should keep the pressure up but go through and analyze all my called flop Cbet hands and see what I can deduce from that to improve.
I think these few changes could net me an extra .5 to 1 BB/100.
These were basically the things I've focused on in the last 2k hands at least and it seeme to work pretty well even against some of the "winning" regs at NL50.
and I need to not stack off with the 4th nuts in a 250BB pot against a competent but slightly passive reg.