I vaguely remember reading that AF only really matters if it's less than 1 or more than 6, and ignore anything from 1 to 6? Anyway, this guy to my left had an AF of 24 after 50 hands! Poker Stars
- $0.01/$0.02 No Limit Hold'em (9 players) Poker Stars Hand Converter
Tool from CardsChat.com
SB: $0.76 BB: $1.95
UTG+1: $1.95 MP Hero: $1.82 MP+1: $1.30
BTN: $1.01 Pre-flop:
($0.03) Hero is MP and dealt 2 folds
, Hero raises to $0.08
, MP+1 calls $0.08, 4 folds
, BB calls $0.06 Flop:
($0.25) (3 players)
What effect (if any) should their AF of 24 have on the way that I play the hand?
Also should I be finding a better table, or one where he's to my right?