iPlay Nanostakes - Part 4

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Description

In this NL Theory video, Gerv is discussing the use of statistics and points out where some players are misinterpreting certain statistics like aggression factor and sample sizes.

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Beginner iPlay Nanostakes series Theory Video

Comments (15)

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  • CBFunk

    #1

    Enjoy
  • rope4u

    #2

    Gerv er zit een klein foutje in de berekening van Emma volgens mij delen door 30 moet dat geen 20 zijn?

    groeten
    Rope4U
  • Gerv

    #3

    Klopt ik zie het nu pas

    AF is dan wel 2.75 maar nog steeds lager dan Tim - dank :)
  • rope4u

    #4

    Graag gedaan!
  • gadget51

    #5

    Gerv, is there any way to customize stats on HEM individually by seat (not position obviously as it is dynamic)? For example, I'm on BU I need to know the foldv steal/resteal etc stats of sb and bb, agree? I don't need to know this about the guy opposite seat on table. I need to know the steal stats of BU when in bb but not from the UTG. Am I making sense here?
  • Lumonster

    #6

    Emma's AF is not 1,8xxx btw :)
  • professor286

    #7

    good series of videos..these videos help me very much...hope next videos with saples will come very soon...you do great job Gerv
  • Gerv

    #8

    #1 Since my HEM is not reading positions realtime of me (that's to determine who then is on the BB/SB) I don't think there is something like this. Would be awesome but it requires HEM integrating with a .dll into every poker site. I don't think poker sites would do this instantly due the integrity of their website.
    I could be terribly wrong though :)

    #2 Yes i saw that, i calculated a different number so the AF is 2.75 but still lower ;)
  • TenZoSupra

    #9

    Fürst
  • pietyannick

    #10

    #2
  • supeyrio

    #11

    what is emma's hottness factor? :D
  • Gerv

    #12

    Since she can double form we assume that every number called x should be powered with 2. Since I think her estimated net worth is around 95 million pounds and some pennies, we are going to multiply that with the same number:
    95.{some pennies}² = around 9045

    But some will say it is over nine thousaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand ^^
  • tomahawkpt

    #13

    Yeah a small error ther on the AF but still a another great video.

    I have PT3 recording the sessions I play, but I find it kind of complicated to keep an eye on everything during play...

    My laptop screen is not that big, and when 4multi-tabling the poker tables have to be really small, and with all the statistics in, sometime I can't even see the betting sizes, and so I have then turned off :(


    Keeps those vids coming!
  • Gerv

    #14

    #6 the solution is to keep the HUD as compact and small as possible (like 3 numbers on your table) and then a Pop-Up with ALL the stats in case you need more info ;-)
  • SirPaulius

    #15

    good old days