Originally Posted by Knugen
In my first 10k hands i played full ring after that i transfered to NL 5 max.
I love to try read other players and make them fold, i guess that's a reason why my non-showdown line is so high and showdown low. I dont know if that's the right way to play but i learn alot from it.
Yeah, that style suits 6-max WAY better than full ring.
Seeing as how it's 10K hands of full ring and 14K hands of 6-max, you might want to give separate stats for each.
VPIP/PFR/3bet are going to be a couple of % lower in FR, so they might be skewing your stats here.
What IS readily visibile is your low PFR. You need to raise more preflop. Are you open-limping at all? Don't. Reserve that for VERY passive games, ie. live games.
Overlimping speculative hands in position? Raise that up! 3-bet a bit more instead of coldcalling. Stuff like that.
You want your gap between VPIP and PFR to narrow (without lowering your VPIP).
Your WtSD is a tad on the low side. Are people not adjusting to your style and calling down lighter? Given the WtSD being low, the W$SD is VERY low. But that could be inherent to the style. No expert on that.