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WWSF% (Won When Saw Flop)

    • richierichnz
      Joined: 10.02.2019 Posts: 72
      This is what I read online:

      The WWSF% show how hard a player fight for the pot postflop. He say than with less than 42 it's unlikely the player is a winning player.

      He say that a that a winning reg should be around 45. From that he add that people with a low WWSF% don't fight enough for the pot we should bluff them more often but if they show interest in the pot we should just get out of away (they don't bluff often or they would win more when sow flop).

      My WWSF% is 50.46%. And that is after playing in the $55 Sunday Marathon.

      What is everyone elses'?
  • 3 replies
    • cms81
      Joined: 24.04.2013 Posts: 72
      Hi, This is how i use the WWSF stat..
      <38% A very straight forward player, Triple barrel will always be for value.
      38-43% ABC player.
      43-47%standard/good regs .
      50%+ spewtards
      The higher the % the more you call down however i use this stat along with WTSD and won$SD. I also think you need a good sample size to use these stats accurately.
      mine is around 50% playing micro stake cash games...
    • la55i
      Joined: 27.01.2013 Posts: 8,909
      Mine is around 50 also. cms81 is right that this stat needs a good sample size. For example in the categorization proposed by cms81 there is just small % differences between the different categories. I think even if we have played hundreds of hands against the villain that stat could easily be 5% off.
    • xxsinclair66xx
      Joined: 22.03.2018 Posts: 3
      just bluff if you want