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Old May 17, 2005, 3:45am   #1
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Default Anyone know where I can find articles on Limit statistics?

Anyone know where I can find some good stuff on Limit stats? (that I can use with PokerTracker?) Things like what VP$IP is a tight or loose player? Aggression factor analysis, preflop raise analysis, WtSD analysis (kind of like the bet-the-pot.com NL PokerTracker analysis, but with Limit). How to put reads on players styles, tendencies, and player types...Anyone know where I can find some good readin on this type of thing? (doesn't have to be directly related with PokerTracker)
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Old May 17, 2005, 5:01am   #2
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I need work on this also. Xen is really good at this kind of thing. Maybe someone have some suggestions for us.


In the meantime (specifically for PT), someone recommended the articles at http://www.bet-the-pot.com/ to me and I saw that rb2350 mentioned them in a post here today. So far, they are not well written, but they have been helpful.
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Make some screenshots and post your entire stats. I will comment on them.
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Old May 17, 2005, 12:28pm   #4
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Okay so I have a fairly small sample size...for I'm only showing $2/$4 games, but the trend overall in my limit games are pretty much won fairly consistently from March to May, and losing pretty consistently since May. I know it's a small sample size, and small time...but I'm REALLY not feelin it like I was a lil while ago. It doesn't feel right at all. Can you spot the not? Or...the leak?

Hope you guys got fast internet, big files.

Here's the general page for my March to May play...




Here's the general page for since May page...




See the problem? Yeah it could be juss deviation cuz of sample and time, but I really don't feel like I'm playing well recently.



Here's the detail page for March to May play...




Here's the detail page for since May play...




Can you see anything that might be a problem?



Here's the stats for all together...dropped significantly in BB/100 rate






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Old May 17, 2005, 12:56pm   #5
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The one thing I mentioned before is that you are a rock, you could losen up a little.
If the games you are playing are really that tight, go somewhere else.

The samplesize is very small, your stats change drastically when the first 300 hands are not included, so it doesn't have to say anything.

You went to showdown far too low. It looks like you only see the showdown when you have at least TPTK.
You are folding far too many winners. But again, you could just be running bad with cards,
so you must know it yourself.

Your Agression is interesting. Usually it should lower from flop to river.
If it get often heads up in your game waiting for the turn to act isn't usually a bad thing, but don't check or just call too many good hands on the flop.
It is also an indicator, that you don't protect your marginals hands enough on the flop (WSD is a indicator for that, too).

I am wondering that your W$SD is not higher, because your WSD is so low.
This could be an indicator that you in fact are running bad.
But again, it shows that you only go to showdown with a very good hand, and fold some winners there. This figure should usually be somewhere between 50-55% and WSD between 30-35%.

You are very tight, but you raise a little too little preflop. Add some hands there, I think around 9 or 10% is fine for 2/4.
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Thanks! I'll try to take that stuff into consideration, appreciate it.
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Has anyone bought/used http://www.pokertrackerguide.com/ ?

If so, how did you like it?
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