Sh 2Nl

    • windar021
      windar021
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      Joined: 01.09.2012 Posts: 452
      what is the correct strategy for this stakes? does a wide range really work for this stake..
      heres my positional stats here...

      VPIP PFR Agg
      SB: 14.6 7.3 5.0
      BB: 8.2 4.1 3.06
      EP: 7.3 7.3 5.0
      MP: 9.0 8.4 2.38
      CO: 14.4 12.9 6.38
      BU: 21.5 19.2 2.12

      I think Im playing way too much hands for 2NL..
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    • abhi147
      abhi147
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      Joined: 12.08.2011 Posts: 935
      Looks pretty ok
      Except may be SB VPip

      How many hands is this?
    • windar021
      windar021
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      Joined: 01.09.2012 Posts: 452
      its just 6500.. but what I wanted to know is if Im playing a bit wide for this limits..

      thanks
    • cufc37
      cufc37
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      Joined: 06.04.2012 Posts: 129
      Hi Windar021,

      I'm no expert, but my first thoughts would be that you could open wider in the CO and BTN. I guess I'm opening ~25% CO and 30-40 on the BTN. Use your stats to help you choose when to loosen up or tighten up in the steal positions.

      As I think abhi147 is suggesting, the gap between VPIP and PFR in the SB might be something to look at. Maybe you are completing too much?
    • abhi147
      abhi147
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      Not only completing
      but you are just playing too manyhands in the SB
      You will be in the worst position post flop

      I would suggest that if you think someone is just stealing your blinds
      You are better off with 3bet folding okish hands and 3bet/shoving/playing your premium hands. fold everything else.
    • yougotfelted51
      yougotfelted51
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      Joined: 04.02.2010 Posts: 1,276
      if this is 6max you should be raising more first in in CO/BTN.

      remember that:

      position + initiative + skill = money

      also, as stated above, your sb vpip might be something to look at. consider folding/3betting more in certain spots rather than calling