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Stats explanation - Sun Dec 29, 2013, 09:52 PM
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hi there,

if I was looking at this:

Stats - 18/14/3, 33/28/3

what would it tell me? What does each number represent?

thanks
 
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Sun Dec 29, 2013, 10:33 PM
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Hi dannyp215!

Without someone telling me exactly what the stats were for, all I can do is guess. The most common are VPIP, PFR and 3-bet. If this is the case then the first is the % of pots that you voluntarily put chips into, the second is the % that you raise preflop with and the third is the % that you re-raise preflop.

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18/14 would be a TAG player (tight aggressive). 33/28 is very LAG (loose aggressive). They play a bunch of hands and raise the majority of them.


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Tue Dec 31, 2013, 09:30 AM
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We need more information to use these stats.

As John says usually (but not necessarily) the 3 most common stats used are VPiP, PFR and 3Bet (or AggF)

But it also depends in what game it is. A MTT, SnG, Cash table - full ring, short handed or heads up. Without further information we can't put these stats to use.


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