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06-16-2019 , 01:17 PM
...and now to the Stats thread in Beginners
07-31-2019 , 03:01 PM
Here are my stats from playing 6-max micro-stakes zone games on Ignition. I've had lots of tournament success, but am struggling to get above water in cash games. Thoughts?

10-23-2019 , 09:44 AM
02-17-2020 , 02:47 AM
Hello
Can you tell me what I should work ?
This is Micro stakes (mostly 2NL-5NL) stats
Click on the picture to enlarge it



Im currently working on my 3bet ranges and blind defense

Thank you !
04-04-2020 , 12:55 PM
What would be considered "crushing" at MTT's be(in terms of evBB/100)? I often see mtt players focus on tournament roi% but should we be looking at evBB/100 also?
04-12-2020 , 08:13 AM
Hi, I posted this in the micro forum but might be better here?

Quote:
Originally Posted by MercianRaider ** Official Beginners NL Holdem Stats Thread **
Getting back into poker after a few years off. Played 32k hands at 6max micros over the last few weeks - from 10NL through to 50NL, vast majority at 25nl though. Would appreciate some views on my stats so I can fix up my leaks.

One that stands out to me is I don't think i'm 3 betting enough in MP, CO, BTN.





04-19-2020 , 05:50 AM
I'm a new player who has played 10.3k hands, mostly 2c/5c NL. Not sure where my leaks are as I'd consider myself a tight aggressive player, just seem to lose big when I lose which sets me back. Below is a screenshot from DriveHUD showing common stats.



If anyone has any tips on becoming more profitable I would greatly appreciate it!
04-25-2020 , 07:44 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by theBurner ** Official Beginners NL Holdem Stats Thread **
I'm a new player who has played 10.3k hands, mostly 2c/5c NL. Not sure where my leaks are as I'd consider myself a tight aggressive player, just seem to lose big when I lose which sets me back. Below is a screenshot from DriveHUD showing common stats.



If anyone has any tips on becoming more profitable I would greatly appreciate it!
The gap between VPIP and PFR is too big despite you having a high 3bet frequency. I suspect you're cold calling too much IP preflop. I don't use aggression stats so can't comment. Your showdown stats look very stationy and your WTSD looks like you're not betting and raising enough postflop.

In sum, call less, bet and raise more.
05-19-2020 , 07:09 AM
I am on a downswing lately and I had to go down in stakes. I am using this time to reevaluate my game play. Any help is much appreciated. First post on the forums, please be kind

https://imgur.com/dIyHlqI

https://imgur.com/U6BmVkM

Last edited by DrowsyDays; 05-19-2020 at 07:18 AM.
05-19-2020 , 08:02 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by DrowsyDays ** Official Beginners NL Holdem Stats Thread **
I am on a downswing lately and I had to go down in stakes. I am using this time to reevaluate my game play. Any help is much appreciated. First post on the forums, please be kind

https://imgur.com/dIyHlqI

https://imgur.com/U6BmVkM
It looks to me like you're playing extremely tight, even for full ring (though RFI numbers would help in assessing that). If you've recently moved up that would make a lot of sense - extremely tight strategies require opponents to not really pay attention to profit.

More stats would be useful.

Your results look like this is well within the scope of variance.
05-21-2020 , 09:20 PM
Thanks for your feedback. After my downswing I learned some theory again. I think I lost my edge over the time. I watched some videos and read some articles and now I am on a big upswing. I learned that it is mandatory to always study theory as well.

I am trying to be more aggressive to increase my red line winnings, but that's a work in progress. I am also new to hold'em manager so I don't know how to send additional data.

Cheers. Always big sun glasses, cool band.
08-25-2020 , 11:05 AM




Any other stats that could help identify my leaks?

Last edited by Im Nacho Friend; 08-25-2020 at 11:12 AM.
01-23-2021 , 11:30 AM
Hands 17962 2NL.
bb/100: -33.72 (I seem to have plateaued at losing mid-30 BB per 100 hands)
VPIP: 29.88%
PFR: 19.35%
3-bet: 7.83%
Call 3-bet: 61.27%
WTSD: 37.28%
Agg%: 41.91
AF: 1.94
W$WSF: 50.40%
C-Bet: 72.65%
Steal: 34.87%
Blinds re-raise steal: 12.11%
Blinds fold to steal: 59.13%
4-bet range: 2.76
UO-PFR EP % 19.59
UO-PFR MP % 23.36
UO-PFR CO % 27.93
UO-PFR BTN % 44.76
UO-PFR SB % 34.57

Thanks very much
03-11-2021 , 10:28 AM
Hey guys,

After 40k hands my non-showdown winnings are $600, and my showdown winnings are minus -$500 - I'm pretty sure this is a leak and I'm bluffcatching too wide, but wanted to see whether my showdown winnings should be positive, or negative, or should there be such a big difference between the showdown and non-showdown?
03-16-2021 , 06:47 PM
I was curious of peoples opinions on straddles. I was in a 1-3 NL game and the rules allowed for people to straddle the button forcing the small blind to be UTG. I was in for about $250 and the player to my left has a $1500 stack. Is it a smart move to post a straddle to prevent the smart aggressive player on my left from pushing me out of every pot? I just figured he would be less inclined to bet/raise UTG pre-flop.
10-15-2021 , 07:21 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by rubikx ** Official Beginners NL Holdem Stats Thread **
Hands 17962 2NL.
bb/100: -33.72 (I seem to have plateaued at losing mid-30 BB per 100 hands)
VPIP: 29.88%
PFR: 19.35%
3-bet: 7.83%
Call 3-bet: 61.27%
WTSD: 37.28%
Agg%: 41.91
AF: 1.94
W$WSF: 50.40%
C-Bet: 72.65%
Steal: 34.87%
Blinds re-raise steal: 12.11%
Blinds fold to steal: 59.13%
4-bet range: 2.76
UO-PFR EP % 19.59
UO-PFR MP % 23.36
UO-PFR CO % 27.93
UO-PFR BTN % 44.76
UO-PFR SB % 34.57

Thanks very much
cold call, agg too high.
10-16-2021 , 06:14 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by lagux ** Official Beginners NL Holdem Stats Thread **
cold call, agg too high.
Check the post date before replying, he's not logged in for six months. If he's not worked out what to do by now, he's certainly not going to read this.
10-19-2021 , 08:36 AM
Hello,

I'm wondering if I should give NL5 a shot. I have been working on my game recently and it seems to have a positive effekt.
I'd have the BR for NL10 due to tournament and live game winnings.
What do you think?



Last edited by CrazyChipmunk; 10-19-2021 at 08:47 AM.
10-29-2021 , 09:36 AM
you might want to crop out all that white space and increase the size at least threefold
11-25-2021 , 02:15 PM
Hi guys this is my stats from last year, some tournament were not recorded, also a lot of them were KO tourneys not sure for winnings if that shows. Just wondering what I need to work on based off some of my stats here to improve. The games I typically play are Hypers and some turbos including KO Hypers and Turbos over the span of last year. Looking to get back into the game as I was very busy with other things this year.

https://imgur.com/a/7nk7p2B


Last edited by LukeVader; 11-25-2021 at 02:35 PM.
11-26-2021 , 12:38 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by LukeVader ** Official Beginners NL Holdem Stats Thread **
Hi guys this is my stats from last year, some tournament were not recorded, also a lot of them were KO tourneys not sure for winnings if that shows. Just wondering what I need to work on based off some of my stats here to improve. The games I typically play are Hypers and some turbos including KO Hypers and Turbos over the span of last year. Looking to get back into the game as I was very busy with other things this year.
Filter your hands by amount of blinds you have and see where your win rate is at for each.
0-20bb
20-40bb
40-60bb
60-80bb
80b-100bb
100+bb

What worries me most is how much you're losing on the BTN, this is supposed to be your most profitable position.
I can see your VPIP goes up but your AF goes down compared to the CO and EP, this is not good!
You're basically playing more hands on the BTN, but also playing them more passively.

Here are some more useful stats you can show us:


Raise First shows us how often you open raise from any position, which is way more useful than just VPIP.
3Bet PF is very important, so is 2Bet PF & Fold (which is how often you open and then fold to a 3bet, careful with this one, it's not the same as fold to 3bet)
CBet F / T / R are all very interesting to see how aggressive you are on each street, much more so than AF and AFq (at least for me, since I never learned what AF really means)
Call R Eff is how often you win when you call a river bet.
11-26-2021 , 02:09 PM
I forgot to mention I play alot of headsup tourneys also... not sure if that would affect my button stats?? thanks alot for feedback much appreciated

https://imgur.com/a/zmV8qr1
11-26-2021 , 02:30 PM
Posting an image isn't hard.
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11-26-2021 , 02:43 PM
PFR and 3bet from BTN and CO way too low
Cbet flop from CO too low
Cbet flop from BTN way too low

No clue about HU, you should probably filter the stats by type and not just throw them into the same image.

      
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