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/Nov/2013

Having done some self analyses

By: Grade b @ 18:24 (EST) / 336 / Comment ( 0 )

So spent the morning looking at the leak tracker for my six max game.

Looked at two separate areas regular speed and fast
For both its true to say I probably don’t have enoght hands but that said it’s a good starting base.

Reg speed


1637 hands VPIP 20.82 PFR 14.49 3 bet 7.05


So overall
Preflop I’m good
I need to up my Flop C-bet a little
I need to lower my fold to Flop C-bets a little bit
I need more aggression on the flop and turn
I need to up my steals from Late position
Folding to c bets far to
I need to up the aggression from the cut off.

Zoom tables

4561 hands vpip 18.82 pfr 10.51 3 bet 7.29
Preflop is good
I need to up my Flop C-bet a little
I need to lower my fold to Flop C-bets a little bit
I need more aggression on the flop and turn
I need to up my steals from Late position

So for the next few weeks I will work on the flop with special emphasis on C- bets.

Will report back on how that goes soon I hope.
 

 

so off to post some questions about c bet ranges in the forums see you there.

 

 

Grade b

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