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Playing with Confidance - Thu May 08, 2014, 09:52 AM
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Since: Dec 2011
Posts: 31
I recently got hold'em manager 2 which is now tracking my results.

I find myself constantly worrying if I am being lucky, playing well or are just on an up swing.

Is there a way to tell the difference? Is there a way to tell how well I'm playing? And what do you do to maintain personal confidence at the tables?

My current top line stats for zoom $0.01/$0.02 are:

Total Hands: 11,562 Net Won: $13.63 bb/100: 5.89
VPIP: 15 PFR: 11 3Bet: 3.5 Agg: 3.8
WTSD%: 24% W$SD%: 53% $ USD(EV adjusted): $13.32

Is there anything to be learned from these stats? If so what?
I included $ USD(EV adjusted) because somebody told me that it is important but I don't fully understand why.
 
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Thu May 08, 2014, 10:14 AM
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Since: May 2013
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VPIP :21.9 to 25.3
PFR :16.1 to 17.7
AggPostflop :3.22 to 3.84
AggPostflop% :33.7 to 36.6
WTSD% :24.9 to 26.4
W$SD% :54.4+
WWSF% :43.2 to 45.5
3Bet % :5.2 to 6.2
4Bet Range :2.13+
Call 3Bet% :< 23.7
Fold to
Flop Raise :46.5 to 52.2
Flop CBet% :46.5 to 52.2
Turn CBet% :40.8 to 45.3
Fold to
Turn CBet% :34.4 to 40.0

Above are the optimal stats for small-mid stakes 6 max.
Enjoy!

bb/100 , shoot for 10.
 
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Thu May 08, 2014, 11:31 AM
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To see if it's rungood or runbad, look at your net won vs EV adjusted.

If the net won is much higher, you're running good.

If the EV adj is much higher, you're running bad.

Seems like you're running pretty normal.

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