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Lose non-showdown

    • sviridenich
      Joined: 10.02.2009 Posts: 79
      Recently I have started to play BSS NL10 SH and considered about my play.
      The point is that I think I lose much non-showdown
      here is general image [img]D:\Serega's documents\poker\BSS\stuff\2901.png[/img]
      and here is preflop graph [img]D:\Serega's documents\poker\BSS\stuff\preflop.sng[/img]
      (maybe it is only blinds)
      there are not so much played hands only 2900 but decrease rate is constant.
      What places in my game should I reconsider to improve my play in non-showdown.
      My general stats vpip 15.6 pfr 13.8 3bet 8.04 fold3bet 87.65
      att to steal 23.48 fold bb to steal 87.0 fold sb to steal 91.2
      (Is more stats needed?)
  • 1 reply
    • NightFrostaSS
      Joined: 25.10.2008 Posts: 5,255
      Tight players wins at showdown and looses at non showdown, loose players wins at non showdown and looses at showdown. So no wonder that you loose NSD. 2900hands is really small samplesize to say something, but probably you will have that negative NSD winrate and after more hands. If you would loosen up you would win more NSD pots, but then again, loose more at SD so play the way you feel comfortable at nl10sh and don't worry about NSD too much. Imho.