SnG Stats

    • Kolemate
      Kolemate
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      Hello Everyone!

      I have a very simple question.
      What do you think the good/correct stats for a SnG player? (I mean VPIP, PRF, AF, WtSD, W@SD, Steal, Fold to Steal SB/BB)

      I am just curious about it. :)

      Wait for the thoughts.
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    • cannell555
      cannell555
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      Hi Kolemate,

      On which blind level do you want to know these stats for?

      You should be getting looser more and more the longer the SnG lasts. Therefore the stats change a hell of alot at different stages.

      Stats also depend highly on the buyin of the SnG, aswell as the type of SnG.

      Not such a simple question ;)

      Regards,
      Stiev
    • Kolemate
      Kolemate
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      Joined: 16.02.2007 Posts: 64
      Okay. I admit my drafting was not the best.

      I know as well what you said but when you are playing a SnG you start tight and then you loosen up continuously, so there will be avg stats for the whole SnG.

      I would just like to know if there are correct avg stats for a SnG player like the CG ones have or it doesn't matter at all.

      And if it counts, I play 11$ SnGs.
    • cannell555
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      Hey,

      The average stats tell us absolutely nothing. 2 people can have the same average stats, and play totally different ranges all the way through.

      Regards,
      Stiev
    • AndySk
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      Joined: 06.12.2007 Posts: 174
      more important is ROI and ITM finishes :heart:
    • gaz639
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      what sort of stats are good for single table $1 sng's, mainly ITM and ROI?

      I'm currently running at 15.74% ROI and 49% ITM, i have only played 157 sng's so its an extremely small sample size but a good guide to go by
    • Kolemate
      Kolemate
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      Okay. You answered my question cannell, so it doesn't matter at all. :) :rolleyes:
    • midgetjay
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      Originally posted by gaz639
      I'm currently running at 15.74% ROI and 49% ITM, i have only played 157 sng's so its an extremely small sample size but a good guide to go by
      Honestly, it's not really a good guide to go by at all, I've had upswings, downswings, and breakeven periods that have lasted for well over 100 SnGs. I remember at one point, over the span of 100 SnGs, I had an ROI of 48% at the $2.25s.

      But back on topic, stats don't really tell you anything. Unless you had individual stats for each player at each level, they're nothing to be taken advantage of.
    • viewer88
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      Joined: 19.04.2008 Posts: 5,545
      what you really need is software that shows your opponents' holecards!