Using Stats in FL - Part 1

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In his new video Byron explains the importance of statistics and how he uses them to improve his winrate.

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  • FishermansFriend

    #1

    Enjoy the new video by Byron!

    Please keep the comments in English!
  • Amenophis4

    #2

    I enjoy watching this video. Its a really interesting idea just to show the preflop stats and do the rest with the popup.

    At min.19 you say that YUH8MEM8´s range is 17% after the cap. I´m using HM so im not sure but isn´t this 17% the persentic of his hand that he caped when he has the chance to cap? So if he openfolds this hand isnt in this statistic. Iv this is true hes real caping-range is mutch tighter.

    At min.22 you look at the raise conti-bet, but because villen is OOP he would Check-Raise and not simply raise. Is in the Raise-Flop percentic a part of the check-raise includet or is it only the raises IP?

    A goo video. I´m looking forward to the next one.
  • Ghostmaster

    #3

    This is a very good video in my opinion, because your style of explaining your thought process is really great and easy to follow. I'm looking forward to the next video :)
  • ByronJacobs

    #4

    #2 Thanks for +ve feedback.

    Yes - 17% range is when player has the chance to cap so won't include open-fold hands. However, the "normal" stat here is about 10-11% so we can assume the villain caps fairly wide for the post-flop fold equity.

    Raise c-bet: yes, the check-raise stat is misleading (sorry!) It's actually ANY time they raise on the flop not c-raise. However, I always use the raise c-bet stat because I think this is what really helps to put the villain on a range.

    #3 Thanks