Originally Posted by Qwertz
Everyone have seen stat threads, where ppl ask how their stats look. VPIP PFR cap too big, 3bet too low, fold to 3bet too high and so on.
I would like to know a range where these stats should be. Mostly uNL, NL2-NL10, FR or 6max. And mostly against unknowns, playing in micros you dont really have sample for most ppl to exploit their too wide/narrow openings on exact position
fold to 3bet pf
fold to steal
cbet flop, turn and river.
I hate to say it, but "throw it at the wall and see what sticks" is sometimes the best you can do against unknowns. Far better to watch and learn; do they always fold/flat to a 3 bet? Are others stealing and getting away with it? What do others think of your play?
Do they limp/fold a lot? Have they check-raised anyone? Will they flat every C bet flop only to fold to any turn bet? Or will they go to the river before folding, or call down with bottom/middle pair - and was it on an obviously dangerous board? One pair? Two? Do they call small bets but fold to bigger ones? Do they donk bet? Are they TAG/LAG/Maniac/Solid?
There really is no magic or steadfast strategy for unknowns. Take notes and learn. Watch out for them changing gears as well.