re: Poker & How to use Pokertracker info
[quote=F Paulsson;498918]What things you look at depend largely on what kinds of games you play. It's important to realize that stats aren't necessarily "good" or "bad", it's how they fit into your overall strategy and style, as well as how they fit with your choice of games and your opponents.
Yeah, KK for example really shouldn't be a negative hand, but there were a couple of raise/reraise/all-in situations preflop that shouldn't have been called by my opponents and they hit their hands, one short stacked situation at a cash table where I had lost some cash beforehand and didn't have enough scare away a straight draw which then hit, and a bunch of blinds only wins which haven't covered the cost of the other big losses.
I think I applied your SB advice from another thread too liberally and started completing with hands that I couldn't get away from, 'cause my SB net has gotten worse. I now, before I call from the SB or limp with a marginal hand, I tell myself out loud, "I'm folding this to any pressure unless I really hit the flop really hard". It seems to help.
And I play a few different types of situations, so I try to filter the results to only look at one type of situation at a time; ie. 6 max cash, 9 max cash, SnGs.
I'm beginning to realize that because I rarely reraise postflop is one of the likely reasons why my postflop aggression is low, which probably also contriubutes to my not winning as much as I should with my winning hands. Apparently I c-bet 85% of the time, which seems fine.
Maybe I need a "Harrington on Pokertracker" or something like that with a plethora of examples for different situations.