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My stats for nl25

    • Maniatrix
      Joined: 01.11.2008 Posts: 674
      I recently moved up to nl25, this time with proper BRM. I had earlier taken shots at nl25 and nl50 last month with a BR of less than $300. Now I'm going for minimum 20 buyins. So I'll stay at nl25 until I reach $1000. I currently have $850 in my BR so I guess it won't be too long.

      I was wondering if someone could take a look at my nl25 stats. I know its a small sample but it may remain small if I don't hit a huge downswing.

      Apart from those PT3 stats I found a site that sent me a detailed player report over email. They had over 3k hands on me. Didn't manage to copy it but I will include some numbers.

      Other stats

      VPIP - 17
      PFR - 11
      AF - 2.7
      WTSD - 20
      W$SD - 58

      3bet - 2.9
      Foldv3bet - 50
      4bet - 12
      Foldv4bet - 50
      ColdCall - 10
      Squeeze - 2.8
      Limp - 4
      Steal - 33
      FoldvSteal - 81
      Resteal - 3.5

      Cbet Flop - 63
      FoldvCbet - 56
      Pass on cbet then fold - 72

      Cbet Turn - 40
      FoldvCbet - 38
      Pass on cbet turn then fold - 56

      Cbet River - 67
      FoldvCbet - 67
  • 6 replies
    • yougotfelted51
      Joined: 04.02.2010 Posts: 1,276
      after a quick glance one thing to work in is your VPIP/PFR stats.
      17/11 is a wide gap. try raising more and calling less, with this
      you will have the initiative more often, making it easier to win a greater number of pots
    • vmarqui
      Joined: 25.01.2010 Posts: 4,816
      dude, you only played 4k hands. try to play 50k before analyzing your stats.
    • Darkzzz
      Joined: 28.06.2009 Posts: 184
      Originally posted by vmarqui
      dude, you only played 4k hands. try to play 50k before analyzing your stats.
    • Maniatrix
      Joined: 01.11.2008 Posts: 674
      dude, you only played 4k hands. try to play 50k before analyzing your stats.

      Ok, maybe the sample is a little small.

      I have reached 5k hands on nl25 now and the stats have changed to 18/12, played more like 20/14 the last 1k hands. I play at deep tables and I checked the specific stats for cold calling. I have cold called 130 times and the action showed profitable in PT3, as did calling 3bets. Even open limp was profitable, though that was just 20 hands. The only things that seems non profitable is playing from the blinds, MP1 and getting it all in pre with KK. I guess I have had a good run in the first hands at nl25. At nl10 I ran 6 BB/100 and on nl25 I have 13 BB/100. I'll post up some stats in a few weeks when I have more hands.
    • Maniatrix
      Joined: 01.11.2008 Posts: 674
      Would 30k hands be a good enough sample or should I reach 50k before it it can be analyzed?
    • pzhon
      Joined: 17.06.2010 Posts: 1,151
      There is no sudden transition from meaningless stats to accurate stats. As you get more data, your stats gradually get more accurate. They also get more accurate at different rates. It doesn't take many hands to estimate your VPIP/PFR percentages accurately, and you should look into whether you are calling when you should fold or raise. However, even 100k hands will not give you accurate feedback on some statistics about rarely encountered situations such as in 4-bet pots.