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Old 09-26-2017, 12:00 AM   #1
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Stats from small sample

So I have data for 1,200 hands (which is, I know, a small sample) that I've played over the past couple weeks, mostly in $0.50/1 with a few sessions in $1/2. All of the data is from 6-max.

I was reviewing this data to try and spot any leaks and I was curious if the more experienced players here might have thoughts on the following:

Position: BB/100
BTN: 9.61
CO: 2.99
MP: 26.82
EP: 20.57
BB: -28.75
SB: -2.63

Average: 2.17 BB/100

Other numbers for me: VPIP=27.86, PFR=22.06, Aggression Factor (AFq) = 58.19, Went to Showdown % = 36.54.

Based on the positional numbers, I was surprised that MP/EP were such moneymaker positions for me. Also surprising were the blinds, where I had expected to negative numbers... but I was surprised at how much I was losing in SB/BB.

I tend to play EP/MP very snugly, raising ATs+, 88+, KQo+, so my guess is the spike on those positions are a reflection of the tight pre-flop range...

I'm curious if anyone can see anything else in these numbers that might be worthy of note.

Again, thanks in advance for any thoughts or opinions. It's nice to be back.

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Old 09-26-2017, 10:46 AM   #2
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Re: Stats from small sample

Don't look at positional WR. You have a few hundred hands in each position, tops.

What's more interesting are stats that have actually converged to something meaningful. VPIP/PFR from each position would be an example.

That's a wicked tight HJ open range and I suspect it's missing out on profitable raises, even if you're not fully comfortable playing hands like KJo or A7s from that position yet. Is your EP/MP PFR < 10%? My advice if so would be to play more hands.
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Old 09-26-2017, 11:12 AM   #3
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Re: Stats from small sample

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That's a wicked tight HJ open range and I suspect it's missing out on profitable raises, even if you're not fully comfortable playing hands like KJo or A7s from that position yet.
+1, it is wicked tight.

There's no EP or MP in a 6m game, have a distinct opening range for each position.
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Old 09-26-2017, 11:28 AM   #4
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Re: Stats from small sample

1200 hands is, what, three sessions? four?

LOL samplesizeaments.
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Old 09-26-2017, 06:40 PM   #5
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1200 hands is, what, three sessions? four?

LOL samplesizeaments.
Alright, alright. Fair point... I'm being hasty, I know.

Thanks to everyone else for their thoughts. I'm playing those early position spots tight because I know that my OOP play is in need of improvement. I'll definitely try opening up the earlier position ranges and be a bit more cautious in my post-flop play.
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