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question about my stats - Thu Nov 08, 2012, 07:14 AM
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Hi i have put this in this section to help people think more and look more into their own game stats and best formats.
My question to you is by the last ten results below, should i stick to just the bigger mtts and try to get one of them won?

ARE these results looking pretty good or am i over enthusizing my own results and not that good?

IM not sure my results look ok but a second opinion and advice i would appreciate thx.

Type BuyIn + Fee Prize Pool Rank Prize
11/8/2012 $1.10 NL Hold'em [$1.5K Gtd] Hold'em NL $1.00 + $0.10 $1,908.00 493 / 1908 $0.00

11/7/2012 $1.10 NL Hold'em [$1.5K Gtd] Hold'em NL $1.00 + $0.10 $1,916.00 219 / 1916 $1.82

11/6/2012 $0.25 NL Hold'em [45 Players] Hold'em NL $0.23 + $0.02 $10.35 37 / 45 $0.00

11/6/2012 $0.25 NL Hold'em [45 Players] Hold'em NL $0.23 + $0.02 $10.35 40 / 45 $0.00

11/6/2012 $0.25 NL Hold'em [45 Players] Hold'em NL $0.23 + $0.02 $10.35 40 / 45 $0.00

11/6/2012 $0.25 NL Hold'em [45 Players] Hold'em NL $0.23 + $0.02 $10.35 16 / 45 $0.00

11/6/2012 The Big $2.20 [$5K Gtd] Hold'em NL $2.00 + $0.20 $8,318.00 1675 / 4159 $0.00

11/5/2012 $0.25 NL Hold'em [45 Players] Hold'em NL $0.23 + $0.02 $10.35 36 / 45 $0.00

11/5/2012 $0.25 NL Hold'em [45 Players] Hold'em NL $0.23 + $0.02 $10.35 27 / 45 $0.00

11/5/2012 $0.25 NL Hold'em [45 Players] Hold'em NL $0.23 + $0.02 $10.35 16 / 45 $0.00

11/5/2012 $2.20 NL Hold'em [$1K Gtd] Hold'em NL $2.00 + $0.20 $1,226.00 21 / 613 $6.13

11/5/2012 $0.25 NL Hold'em [45 Players] Hold'em NL $0.23 + $0.02 $10.35 3 / 45 $1.70

11/5/2012 $0.25 NL Hold'em [45 Players] Hold'em NL $0.23 + $0.02 $10.35 36 / 45 $0.00

11/5/2012 $0.50 NL Hold'em [45 Players, Turbo] Hold'em NL $0.45 + $0.05 $20.25 27 / 45 $0.00

11/2/2012 $0.25 NL Hold'em [45 Players] Hold'em NL $0.23 + $0.02 $10.35 21 / 45 $0.00

11/2/2012 $0.25 NL Hold'em [45 Players] Hold'em NL $0.23 + $0.02 $10.35 16 / 45 $0.00

11/2/2012 The Big $2.20 [$5K Gtd] Hold'em NL $2.00 + $0.20 $10,340.00 326 / 5170 $4.75
 
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Thu Nov 08, 2012, 09:56 AM
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Hey holdem!

In 45's, if you have any sizable % of exits worse than about 15th.... you're playing way, way, way, way too loose.

I run those in sets of 100... and out of 100 games, I get about 5 or 6 finishes at 20th or worse... and every single one of them is with AA, KK or a flopped set losing. In my last 300 of them, I have ONE, I'll repeat that, ONE finish of lower than 35th.

Playing that loose in an MTT will accomplish one of two things... if you're lucky as can be, you might get a deep run. If not, you'll get even earlier exits.

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Thu Nov 08, 2012, 02:25 PM
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thx jw , I can easily get down to the last two tables in 45 ppl sngs i just get a bit bored of them these days.

I was asking about the bigger mtts are they good results, should i concentrate on becoming a big mtt player?
 
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Thu Nov 08, 2012, 02:28 PM
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In larger mtt's, my goal is to first get ITM, then get to the top 10%, then get to the final table. To consistantly do well in them, a player has to be TONS more patient in them than a sng. If you're getting bored in a sng... then an mtt, if played properly, will be 100X worse.

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Thu Nov 08, 2012, 02:49 PM
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yes but the challenge in a mtt is more challenging than a sng and this helps me to up my game and concentrate more.

I set a challenge in the 45ppl sngs and no one took on the challenge or in fact no one could beat the challenge.

They are easy especailly at 25c to be honest.

BUt my mtt results are they loking healthy finishes or are they not as good as i think is the question im trying to get answered jw, they look good finishes to me but a second opinion please would be good.

And i value your advice and opinions always
 
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Fri Nov 09, 2012, 10:02 PM
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Question About stats...Not meaning to interfere here on the main topic, just curious about Hud Stats when playing 6 Max? instead of 9 handed and full ring due to the majority of the time your playing more cards and a slightly wider range of hands as well. im noticing a fair ammount of 13-15% vpip and a 9% 3 bet with 100+ sample sizes
 
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Sat Nov 10, 2012, 01:38 AM
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hi taunto they are my stats on a hud?

Im not sure, if they are, what that exactly means as i dont use a hud.

If they are i think you are saying i play looser on six max?

That would be because the LAG style works well at six max but not so much in a full ring as it is far more difficult.

But to be honest a little bit confused with the question will you explain more please.
 

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