6 max SNG hud ranges

    • RedStarUltras
      RedStarUltras
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      Joined: 16.04.2011 Posts: 393
      Can someone please tell me what ranges i should use for my hud?I just started to use hud and i am not really sure how to color code numbers!!I created some color codes myself but i am not sure is that good...

      For example i created it like this:

      VPIP- 0-18 RED,18-30 YELLOW,30-100 GREEN

      PFR- 0-9 RED,9-20 YELLOW,20-100 GREEN

      ATT TO STEAL- 0-20 RED,20-35 YELLOW,35-100 GREEN

      Red-tight player

      Yellow-somewhat exploitable

      Green-very exploitable

      You can tell me if i did something wrong here,and if you can,give me some color code ranges for some other stats

      THX
  • 6 replies
    • kurrkabin
      kurrkabin
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      Joined: 12.10.2010 Posts: 5,976
      Don't overwhelm yourself with all this colorcoding and stuff. Start by making it simple first and then work your way up into more complicated and advanced HUDs.


      What I will suggest is using different color of a different stat. Maybe you can use red for the most aggression stats since it is an aggressive color.


      F.e. green-VPIP(no matter how loose or tight he is), PFR(red-same thing-no matter if he raises 5% or 25%), steal-gray(always again-it is aggression, but I like to have it with a different color), 3bet(RED)

      Second line-cbet(red), fold to cbet(some other color) etc, etc
    • AlvisR
      AlvisR
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      Joined: 27.02.2009 Posts: 702
      Originally posted by kurrkabin
      Don't overwhelm yourself with all this colorcoding and stuff. Start by making it simple first and then work your way up into more complicated and advanced HUDs.


      What I will suggest is using different color of a different stat. Maybe you can use red for the most aggression stats since it is an aggressive color.


      F.e. green-VPIP(no matter how loose or tight he is), PFR(red-same thing-no matter if he raises 5% or 25%), steal-gray(always again-it is aggression, but I like to have it with a different color), 3bet(RED)

      Second line-cbet(red), fold to cbet(some other color) etc, etc
      very good way of understanding hud! :)
    • dogma18
      dogma18
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      Joined: 08.12.2009 Posts: 340
      I will expand on what i said on your other thread. Although i agree with kurrkabin on not to overwhelm yourself with stats i would advise that you have the right stats that you think you will need, then removing stats that you do not use as you become more comfortable.

      For colour coding i have a system of what action i should be taking versus opponents. So for example if opponent is tight preflop and he raises before me, i know to play a tighter range so i colour code this stat red. Something along the lines of vpip: under 18 red, Pfr: under 18 red. then for cutoff and button stats its Copfr: under 22 and Butpfr: under 25 as you expect even tighter opponents to play a little looser from these positions.

      I also have fold to resteal stats colour coded the same way. If they have a high fold to resteal then it is colour coded green and if it is low it is colour coded red.

      This means that if i generally see more green stats, I am more likely to play my hand or play back at them. If there is more red stats i tighten up.
    • lessthanthreee
      lessthanthreee
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      Joined: 30.06.2009 Posts: 16,300
      VPIP
      0-15 tight
      15-30 normal
      30+ loose

      PFR
      0-10 tight
      10-20 normal
      20+ loose

      those are what i use.
    • lessthanthreee
      lessthanthreee
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      Joined: 30.06.2009 Posts: 16,300
      I made a video on this topic 3 years ago

      http://www.pokerstrategy.com/video/16122/

      You do, however, need gold status to watch it.
    • shanesmith
      shanesmith
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      Joined: 17.07.2009 Posts: 202
      On most sites nowadays you can put a colour on the player itself, i use 3 colours on people as a quick reference before looking at the stats.