Red Line

    • andiofwbafc
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      Why is my red line like this?



      A lot of people's graphs I see it goes down slowly, but mine remains positive despite me being on a downswing(tilt induced whilst drinking - working on that now by not playing poker while drinking)

      What's the reasoning for this red line being like that?

      I play NL5 Zoom 6 max.
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    • Tomaloc
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      hard to tell out of nowhere but it might have something to do with betting everything and then going too much to sd
    • gavinonymous
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      what's your flop/turn/river aggression %?
    • andiofwbafc
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      Originally posted by Tomaloc
      hard to tell out of nowhere but it might have something to do with betting everything and then going too much to sd
      I'm actually pretty nitty I feel?

      15.5k hands

      VPIP15 PFR10

      WTSD 29.47

      Originally posted by gavinonymous
      what's your flop/turn/river aggression %?
      Flop
      AF = 2.89 - Good in PT4 Leaktracker app
      AFQ = 53.7 - Good in PT4 Leaktracker app

      Turn
      AF = 1.94 - Good in PT4 Leaktracker app
      AFQ = 54.77 - Good in PT4 Leaktracker app

      River
      AF = 2.89 - Good in PT4 Leaktracker app
      AFQ = 57.99 - Needs Improvement in PT4 Leaktracker app
    • AlvisR
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      Originally posted by Tomaloc
      hard to tell out of nowhere but it might have something to do with betting everything and then going too much to sd
    • Tomaloc
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      yeah that's really damn nitty. :f_biggrin: do you also cbet like any pair and never fold tp vs raises?

      i mean, it definitely looks like your red line is staying up at a massive cost to the blue line
    • woodmo
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      the question i think you should ask yourself is -
      "Why is my blueline like this?".

      Fix your showdown leaks. When thats done, the redline will probably go down a bit, if it stays the same - awesome.


      :)
    • andiofwbafc
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      Originally posted by Tomaloc
      yeah that's really damn nitty. :f_biggrin: do you also cbet like any pair and never fold tp vs raises?

      i mean, it definitely looks like your red line is staying up at a massive cost to the blue line
      I find myself cbetting if my hand is TPTK, if I get raised I normally call as I put them on flush draws & OESD's

      This is where I fail to spot the made sets which always hurt me badly, I can never spot them.

      Usually is this where they are repping sets & get the hell out of there?



      Originally posted by woodmo
      the question i think you should ask yourself is -
      "Why is my blueline like this?".

      Fix your showdown leaks. When thats done, the redline will probably go down a bit, if it stays the same - awesome.


      :)
      I already know the answer to the blue line question, which is what I'm trying to work on :)

      The red line had me baffled though.

      Thanks for the advice.
    • andiofwbafc
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      Hang on a second. Here is an updated graph, which showsonly hands played at 0.02/0.05 NL Zoom 6 max.



      A lot different, huh?
    • VorpalF2F
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      Hi,
      In any discussion of coloured lines, this thread is a must read:
      "The Red Line Myth" by w34z3l

      It should be a strategy article.

      Cliffs:
      Mmmm, no. You should read it.

      Best of luck,
      --VS
    • andiofwbafc
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      Originally posted by VorpalF2F
      Hi,
      In any discussion of coloured lines, this thread is a must read:
      "The Red Line Myth" by w34z3l

      It should be a strategy article.

      Cliffs:
      Mmmm, no. You should read it.

      Best of luck,
      --VS
      Thanks VS.

      Was a very insightful read that :)