want to start this with W$SD stat that was posting on Jakeīs thread
This is kind of long but i bold the last part where show avg numbers
WTSD and W$SD – These two showdown stats can be used to help determine player types as well as looking for holes in your own game. WTSD numbers will vary for a few different reasons. Shorthanded games will typically raise your WTSD because they are shorthanded and they also tend to play more aggressively. Both of these attributes affect your overall handstrength. Hands like middle pair will be much stronger in these games and will show better results when getting shown down. On the same vein, the higher the stakes, the higher WTSD tends to be. One reason is the aggression aspect, but another is that you usually will not find yourself at the river again 4-5 other people very often. WTSD numbers are typically in the 30% range for FR, and 33-40 for 6max games, but will really vary depending on your table selection.
A higher than normal WTSD will show a player to basically be a calling station. These are the players which we should be RELENTLESSLY VALUE BETTING! If you fall into this category, you need to look at what hands you are showing down and why. Many of the people who fall into this category tend to be poor hand readers or never give any of their opponents any respect. When a player 3-bets preflop, and then bet/3-bets the flop, they usually will have a hand better than a pair of 8s on a AQ5 flop.
Players with real low WTSD stats are the weak-tight opponents which we as good players abuse. These players fold way too much and basically play fit or fold poker. There is 2 categories I put these players in. The first are the ones that peel a ton of flops, but give-up on the turn frequently. Against players like this, we should be more prone to fire that extra barrel w/ AK unimproved on the turn or value bet 3rd pair with the intent of it being the last money we put into the pot, etc. The other type is the kind that just gives up or folds too much in general. These often fit into the sub 15 VPIP category, but not always. We should be opening up our steal ranges and continuation betting near always against them. When these players get to the river though, we need to be careful with our thin value bets as these players tend to showdown only the goods.
W$SD is a stat that frequently correlates directly to WTSD. The fit or fold type players with low WTSD numbers will typically have very high W$SD pecentages. The players who see showdowns very frequently will have lower a W$SD. This should be very intuitive. A good range for W$SD is usually 50-55%. If your W$SD is much higher than 55%, you are probably folding to much. Likewise, you are calling down too much if this number is much lower than 50%.