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Hand History Update... - Thu Jan 24, 2013, 07:13 PM
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Since: Oct 2012
Posts: 15
Hold'em (Real Money):

2000 hands played and saw flop:
- 101 times out of 256 while in small blind (39%)
- 116 times out of 258 while in big blind (45%)
- 314 times out of 1486 in other positions (21%)
- a total of 531 times out of 2000 (27%)

Pots won at showdown - 69 out of 154 (45%)
Pots won without showdown - 259
 
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Thu Jan 24, 2013, 09:32 PM
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Since: May 2011
Posts: 2,036
Hi,

I'm guessing you are looking at the results of a 2000 hand NL cash session. If so..

Your small blind plays are OUT of position and that may be something worth looking at.

When in the big blind you are only IN position to the small blind if every one including the button folds.

Perhaps defending your button position with good cards may be better in the long run than defending in the blinds with worse holdings.

I'm not a stats person but I think looking at your showdown winnings it's maybe related to defending too much in the blinds.

Other PSO members understand this stuff better than me. Hope we can help.

 
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Thu Jan 24, 2013, 11:10 PM
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Since: Jul 2010
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It would help a great deal if we knew what type of game you were playing.

2000 hands played and saw flop:
- 101 times out of 256 while in small blind (39%)This is very high, you're playing almost half of your small blinds.
- 116 times out of 258 while in big blind (45%)Another number that is very high, even closer to half.
- 314 times out of 1486 in other positions (21%)This number looks reasonable.
- a total of 531 times out of 2000 (27%)This number might be a little high for a full ring game, but reasonable for 6 max.

Pots won at showdown - 69 out of 154 (45%) Your percentage here is very low and indicates that you are chasing too many pots to the river with a worse hand.
Pots won without showdown - 259This number seems very high to me, it could indicate that you are betting your good hands a little too strong and not getting as much value as possible.


Keep in mind that I'm not a pro, these are only my thoughts based on very limited information. In order to really analyze your game, you need to go through this history hand by hand and see where you might have leaks. It's very difficult to get any accurate analysis based on these stats alone.
 
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Thu Jan 24, 2013, 11:54 PM
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If this is for ring games (not heads up), you're playing too loose.
Are you playing 9-handed or 6 max?
 
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Fri Jan 25, 2013, 03:02 PM
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Since: Oct 2012
Posts: 15
No limit Holdem 0.1/0.2 , 9 handed
 
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Fri Jan 25, 2013, 03:20 PM
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Since: Sep 2011
Posts: 489
Quote:
Originally Posted by auzziz View Post
Hold'em (Real Money):

2000 hands played and saw flop:
- 101 times out of 256 while in small blind (39%)
- 116 times out of 258 while in big blind (45%)
- 314 times out of 1486 in other positions (21%)
- a total of 531 times out of 2000 (27%)

Pots won at showdown - 69 out of 154 (45%)
Pots won without showdown - 259
how much did you loose?
 
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Fri Jan 25, 2013, 04:42 PM
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Since: Oct 2012
Posts: 15
I have 10 $ first time , i lost all then i win 3 $ at the tournament 100k Freeroll , i play again ring and i make 20 euro after this i try to play some sng tournament 3.50 buy-in and i lost all! Now my bankroll is 0.05 $ )
 
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Fri Jan 25, 2013, 11:54 PM
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Since: Jul 2010
Posts: 2,286
Your first step should be to learn about bankroll management. It won't make you a winning player, but maybe you'll lose slow enough that you can learn to win.

There are lots of training videos that can help you, all you have to do is watch them. If you have three hours to play poker, spend one of them each day watching a training video instead of playing. I guarantee that the 1 hour you spend one training will be more profitable than the 2 hours you play.

 
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Sat Jan 26, 2013, 03:34 PM
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Why did you choose 3.5game?
 
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Sun Jan 27, 2013, 03:48 PM
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Have you completed the core quizzes?
If you want to make money, you should play very tight at first, and only at the lowest buy-ins. The 25c sitngos for 45 and 90 players are a cheap way of getting some experience. In the early stages, I'm often only putting money in the pot about once per orbit, when I have a pocket pair or a big ace. Most of the other hands (especially suited connectors) just won't be profitable against most players.
 

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