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Old 06-28-2017, 06:20 AM   #6426
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

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Hi guys please check my stats i want your comments i lost most of my profit the last days and i search for leaks and tilt plays but i want check my stats with you thank you..

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PF stats look decent but you could 3bet more, IP especially.
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Old 06-28-2017, 08:34 PM   #6427
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Old 06-30-2017, 08:58 PM   #6428
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

Is it okay to post graphs here? If not just let me know.

Trying to figure out what my graph shows. Am I playing waaaaay too tight post flop?



Thinking I maybe need to work on growing my balls.

Edit: 2nl btw
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Old 07-01-2017, 10:33 AM   #6429
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

Sorry, should have also posted my stats. This is only from the last month, I can add more months into these stats if you guys want, but I figured these would be the most accurate since I was playing zoom prior to June.

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Old 07-01-2017, 01:40 PM   #6430
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Sorry, should have also posted my stats. This is only from the last month, I can add more months into these stats if you guys want, but I figured these would be the most accurate since I was playing zoom prior to June.

2nl 6max on stars.





Thanks guys!
I think first off your playing way to tight pre flop - basically making all the same mistakes I made at 2nl. Don't know your opens by position but your Vpip and pfr are low for six max....steal steal steal more, especially from small blind probably, and three bet more. Also, I wish somebody had told me to buy the Grinders Manual when I was grinding 2nl. Would have helped me beat in much quicker.
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Old 07-01-2017, 03:39 PM   #6431
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I think first off your playing way to tight pre flop - basically making all the same mistakes I made at 2nl. Don't know your opens by position but your Vpip and pfr are low for six max....steal steal steal more, especially from small blind probably, and three bet more. Also, I wish somebody had told me to buy the Grinders Manual when I was grinding 2nl. Would have helped me beat in much quicker.
Thanks! Will work on being more aggro pre.
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Old 07-06-2017, 06:53 AM   #6432
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Sorry, should have also posted my stats. This is only from the last month, I can add more months into these stats if you guys want, but I figured these would be the most accurate since I was playing zoom prior to June.

2nl 6max on stars.





Thanks guys!

Ur steal% is almost there (~40-45%) which means you are way too tight EP (when comparing to ur overall PFR)... Try to study opening ranges and 3bet and defend 3bet ranges.

ur win at SD is quite high also, which means you are getting there with good holdings. Which means tight approach to the game.

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Old 07-08-2017, 12:01 AM   #6433
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I wish somebody had told me to buy the Grinders Manual when I was grinding 2nl.
what's the grinder's manual?

edit: the one by peter clarke?

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Old 07-10-2017, 09:18 AM   #6434
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what's the grinder's manual?

edit: the one by peter clarke?
Yep
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Old 07-18-2017, 06:22 AM   #6435
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@Dymond:
Imo, 20/15 with 35 steal is not too bad. Certainly not the reason why you are loosing by -11BB/100.

The angle of your non-showdown winnings is extremely steep while your AF is very high. Also your flop AFq is ~48, turn only ~28. Your WWSF is ~45, only slightly too low, though. Thus, if you loose without showdown you loose rather big, so after you've bet yourself.
Maybe you bluff too much/the wrong spots/with too much $, maybe you cbet big then give up too easily etc.

On the other hand, your WTSD is at a good 28%. However your showdown winnings are at a very low 2bb/100. Your WSD% is 53% which is ok'ish. Probably, you sometimes take the wrong hands to showdown, while you don't extract enough value of your good hands.

These are only rough assumptions but I'm pretty sure your main problem is postflop.

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Old 07-20-2017, 06:50 AM   #6436
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Here is 14k hands at NL2. Have been playing there for months now, sometimes going from 15 dollars to 100, then moved to NL5 and went down to 50. Went back to NL2 and am about 30 dollars right now. Stats:




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Old 07-20-2017, 11:57 AM   #6437
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

What's up guys,

I feel like I'm being outsmarted at every turn (no pun intended). I don't know how to proceed. Please have a look at my graph and stats:

(http://imgur.com/a/hkyzj for in case the image doesn't show)

I just made a report with the same stats as previous post, hope it's enough.
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Old 07-25-2017, 09:43 AM   #6438
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What's up guys,

I feel like I'm being outsmarted at every turn (no pun intended). I don't know how to proceed. Please have a look at my graph and stats:

(http://imgur.com/a/hkyzj for in case the image doesn't show)

I just made a report with the same stats as previous post, hope it's enough.
I don´t know if I am qualified to answer here but I would say that you limp to much, 26/18 is not good. I try to think that I raise or fold, but then I come to spots when I just have to call (like KTs on the button and when cutoff open raised) and I get like 23/21 or something like that. Do you use any opening range guide that make big difference on position? I found https://redchippoker.com/infographic-pre-flop-ranges/ yesterday, don't know how good it is but I like that they make differences between tight and loose ranges)

I also think you should c-bet flop more, most ppl (included my self) is foldning way to much to c-bets. C-bet more or less everything until you see that they call/raise more (fold to c-bet more then 70% and ryan fees's 6 max say that you can c-bet anything).

I hope this can help you out!
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Old 07-27-2017, 01:06 PM   #6439
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

Although sample size is smallish, Im really interested in how I can improve my blind defence ranges it seems I play them way too loose, after about 1.5k hands (ridic small sample size I know) i tried to flat less and 3b/fold more so they are slightly off balance.

All thoughts appreciated

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Old 08-01-2017, 09:47 PM   #6440
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Here are my stats from this month - thoughts? Think there's too big a gap in my VPIP/PFR, and that I'm raising too little from the button. Probably not raising the SB anywhere near enough either. Results have been good but it may just be an upswing.

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Old 08-06-2017, 11:08 AM   #6441
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

Any advice would be appreciated, playing NL 2 on stars, Really looking to push on now and improve my game, trying to 3bet more from the blinds rather than just calling.
Am i flatting to much from the button? I tend to flat alot with SC'S PP from the button.

Thanks in advance

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Old 08-10-2017, 07:02 AM   #6442
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Here are my stats from this month - thoughts? Think there's too big a gap in my VPIP/PFR, and that I'm raising too little from the button. Probably not raising the SB anywhere near enough either. Results have been good but it may just be an upswing.

http://i.imgur.com/CsAAnno.png
Yeah 3b is far too low imo can be nearly double from all positions. I like an 11% 3b from SB. What is your 3b range for a 23/19 BTN open? I think PFR is too low too but this should be rectified when you 3b more. Whats your 3b range say from a MP open when you are in CO?

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Old 08-10-2017, 12:46 PM   #6443
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Important to note, this is Ignition, so you're not playing against particular opponents but just frequencies in general. Don't know if a Button open is from a 60/50 or a 9/7 so my range is pretty general. Also this means you don't have to be balanced. In two situations: SB vs. Button open, and Button vs. CO open, I'm trying to just not have a flatting range at all. Button vs. CO I tend to call 22-66 a lot though I've been considering just 3betting everything and getting it over with. Ditto for SB vs. Button.

SB vs. Button open: AA-77, AKs-ATs, KQs, KJs, QJs-T9s, AQo, AJo.
I flat 22-66. Think this may be a mistake. Dunno if I should 3bet or fold. I feel like setmining on Ignition is more profitable than it is on over sites.

This is pretty tight of course, though I'm not sure what hands should be added since we're playing on an anon site and therefore you don't have to throw in weak hands "for balance". Is 3betting a hand like 76s out of the SB a good move in a vacuum like this? Like I know on other sites you do it to get more action when you've got the goods, but on Ignition that's not a concern. Guess I have to try it 200 times and find out. The hands I've been adding into this range this month are A2s-A9s, mostly because we got the Ace blocker.

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Whats your 3b range say from a MP open when you are in CO?
AA-99, AKs, AKo, AQs, AQo. Now that I've written it down this seems really tight. Think I throw AJs and KQs in there about half the time.
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Old 08-10-2017, 02:15 PM   #6444
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Important to note, this is Ignition, so you're not playing against particular opponents but just frequencies in general. Don't know if a Button open is from a 60/50 or a 9/7 so my range is pretty general. Also this means you don't have to be balanced. In two situations: SB vs. Button open, and Button vs. CO open, I'm trying to just not have a flatting range at all. Button vs. CO I tend to call 22-66 a lot though I've been considering just 3betting everything and getting it over with. Ditto for SB vs. Button.

SB vs. Button open: AA-77, AKs-ATs, KQs, KJs, QJs-T9s, AQo, AJo.
I flat 22-66. Think this may be a mistake. Dunno if I should 3bet or fold. I feel like setmining on Ignition is more profitable than it is on over sites.

This is pretty tight of course, though I'm not sure what hands should be added since we're playing on an anon site and therefore you don't have to throw in weak hands "for balance". Is 3betting a hand like 76s out of the SB a good move in a vacuum like this? Like I know on other sites you do it to get more action when you've got the goods, but on Ignition that's not a concern. Guess I have to try it 200 times and find out. The hands I've been adding into this range this month are A2s-A9s, mostly because we got the Ace blocker.



AA-99, AKs, AKo, AQs, AQo. Now that I've written it down this seems really tight. Think I throw AJs and KQs in there about half the time.
Okay that definitely changes things and I might not be best equipped to help as I've only ever played on sites with a HUD, and i noticed after posting you're playing a higher limit than me haha

I would definitely still go for having no flatting range from SB vs LP as, if nothing else, it's just so much easier and people fold so much more than you think (at least in my pool).

I think even on anon sites you should still have a bluff 3b range vs MP too, i'll have to check my DB but I'm p sure it's profitable to 3b 67s. Or have you just left this out?

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Old 08-13-2017, 01:40 PM   #6445
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Re: ***Official uNL Stats Checkup Thread***

Hey guys, first time doing this, I would really appreciate some feedback as Im coming back from a break from the game and really want to improve and move up stakes.

This is me @ 25 nl on ACR

http://imgur.com/a/GaZKe

Stats are ;

28/22/11.4
WTSD% - 25.7, won sd% - 46.1

I think if Im running this much above EV and still not even 50% at showdown that must be a huge leak right ? What should I do here ?

All replies and suggestions welcome
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Old 09-21-2017, 09:06 PM   #6446
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Average Steal % for Different HUDs in 6-max

So I just started using DriveHUD and I previously only used HoldemIndicator. With HoldemIndicator most solid regs were near 50% steal percent. With DriveHUD it seems closer to 40%. Can someone please tell me what the average steal % for solid regs in 6-max cash games is with Pokertracker and HoldemManager?

This is how HoldemIndicator defines a steal:

Steal:
% of time a player raises unopened pot pre-flop from the CO (Cutoff), Button and SB position. A steal can only be made if everyone in front of the stealer folds so that the stealer is making the first bet pre flop and only from the cutoff, button or small blind. If there is a limper in front and the steal position player raises, that is classed as "raising limpers" and not "stealing".

DriveHUD support told me they use the same definition, but it's clear each HUD is calculating something differently.

Any insights would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 09-29-2017, 02:21 AM   #6447
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Hi,

These are my results after 17.7k hands of regular speed 6max 25nl on Ignition. I'd love to hear some thoughts about my stats and am certainly welcome to criticism!

I'm happy with my progression since deciding to play online more seriously. I'm constantly trying to improve. I study regularly and chat with a poker strategy group daily.

I went through a rough downswing/breakeven period and recently recovered and regained my confidence!

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Old 09-29-2017, 11:23 AM   #6448
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I forgot to mention that I 4 table.

One thing I've noticed is my cbet flop success rate seems low and I'm also calling only 36% of flop cbets. This seems low and suggests I may be playing too fit or fold on the flop. I definitely need to work on developing a checkraise range on the flop, maybe start raising the flop with a polarized range that includes more air, and maybe float more.

What HUD stats do you use in conjunction to determine whether you can profitably float and steal the turn or checkraise the flop?
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Old 09-30-2017, 08:54 AM   #6449
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Do I have any clear leaks? I probably play like a compelte maniac, but is it winning?

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Old 10-01-2017, 04:52 PM   #6450
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Do I have any clear leaks? I probably play like a compelte maniac, but is it winning?

You're playing way too loose, but it sounds like you know that. I doubt it's winning.

Not sure what advice to give except look at any pre-flop hand selection chart. You're playing about twice as many hands as you should be, cold-calling and 3-betting way too much, not folding to 3-bets enough, etc.
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