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Old 01-07-2009, 06:19 AM   #1
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Stat review before I move up to 10NL

So my bankroll hit 250 tonight, and then I just won a 9 person $5 STT for like $22, so at 272 I'm ready to hit 10NL. But first, I figure I'll post my stats and see if there are any glaring holes, albeit I'm not sure how much you all will be able to discern from this. Can't hurt though, right? Note I'm using copilot, so these are all the stats I an provide :-/. Thanks for any comments.




Apparently I suck in 4th position?

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Old 01-07-2009, 07:12 AM   #2
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Re: Stat review before I move up to 10NL

Its a pretty small sample but if you're a winner at 5nl you can win a 10nl. Only thing i notice is won at showdown should be a little higher.
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Old 01-07-2009, 07:49 AM   #3
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Re: Stat review before I move up to 10NL

0.2% Check-raises is too low. Should be attempted somewhat more often. Sample size is too small to analyse exact positions. Look at position 4 if you have been sucked out a big pot there.
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Old 01-07-2009, 01:54 PM   #4
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Re: Stat review before I move up to 10NL

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So my bankroll hit 250 tonight, and then I just won a 9 person $5 STT for like $22, so at 272 I'm ready to hit 10NL. But first, I figure I'll post my stats and see if there are any glaring holes, albeit I'm not sure how much you all will be able to discern from this. Can't hurt though, right? Note I'm using copilot, so these are all the stats I an provide :-/. Thanks for any comments.




Apparently I suck in 4th position?

I am not one of the real stats wizards here, but I think I see some things you can work on, though I am not so familiar with the stats program you are using and so I may be wrong on some of these numbers.

If you are only going to showdown 4% of the time, I think this is very low; this number should be around 20%. It surprises me that only seeing 4% of showdowns you are only winning 48% of them; I'd have thought that would be a higher number. I never played 5NL, so this may be some eccentricity at this level I am not familiar with.

Play a bit tighter out of the Blinds, particularly SB; it is the worst position on the table and you are losing too much here. BB seeing 56% of flops seems high, but VP$IP is only 11, so there must be tons of limping going on. Raise almost always UTG and when first in at UTG+1; this is a tough position, you normally have good cards and you want to thin the herd seeing the Flop. I think your losses in Seat 4 may be an anomaly with such a small sample, but possible you are being pushed off of hands by late-position raisers. Your blind-stealing looks just a little high, but lots of people do it at this frequency; as you move up, you may find more people playing back at you and have to dial this back a little.

Generally start 3-betting more with big pairs and check-raise a little more often; c/r should be around 1.5% normally.

Your results look good so far, regardless of the stats. Good Luck at 10NL.
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Old 01-07-2009, 04:41 PM   #5
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Re: Stat review before I move up to 10NL

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If you are only going to showdown 4% of the time, I think this is very low; this number should be around 20%. It surprises me that only seeing 4% of showdowns you are only winning 48% of them; I'd have thought that would be a higher number. I never played 5NL, so this may be some eccentricity at this level I am not familiar with.
I think this is 4% total, so if I'm seeing 18% of flops and going to showdown 4%, then 4/18 = 2/9 = 22% of the hands I play go to showdown...does that sound better?

And yea, early on I was almost always completing in the SB, though that's changed recently and I'm now only completing with decent drawing hands, and raising with std raising hands.

I think my problem with c/r is I never have enough faith in my opponent's liklihood to bet, and if they do bet I usually flat and then either lead out or let them bet again if I think they're bluffing. I need to work on reading my opponents so I know when they'll actually bet so I can c/r. Thanks for the help.
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Old 01-07-2009, 06:28 PM   #6
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I think this is 4% total, so if I'm seeing 18% of flops and going to showdown 4%, then 4/18 = 2/9 = 22% of the hands I play go to showdown...does that sound better?
Yes, that is a good place to be. Makes better sense with the other numbers too.
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