This is a discussion on Average All-In Equity - what's the ideal range? within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; So I've had PokerTracker 4 up and running for the past 20 days in the trial (and I'm like 95% sure that I will purchase
So I've had PokerTracker 4 up and running for the past 20 days in the trial (and I'm like 95% sure that I will purchase the low stakes texas holdem version of the software) and trying to figure out some key pieces of information.
One section shows that my average all-in equity (overall) in the limited sample size at 2NL that it has on me is around 59.39%. What is a good range for this to be? Presumably, if it's too low, then I'm way too loose on my all-in calls and shoves. But if it's a little on the high side, then does that mean that I'm too nitty on that end too? How would you interpret this particular line?
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i think in 20 days your sample of all in is small, but 59% is good, the ideal range depends of your style, and if you want the real % of all in equity is with much more hands and days of use, I don't use pokertracker is only my opinion