This is a discussion on Optimal Player Stats within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; Hi all,
I just wanted to run this through CC and get some feedback. This is what I think are pretty optimal stats for a good
I just wanted to run this through CC and get some feedback. This is what I think are pretty optimal stats for a good cash reg over a large sample. I'd like to hear everyone's thoughts. I've arrived at these numbers through studying a lot of different books, videos and websites but I would like to hear what you think.
Surprised no one has had anything to say on this. Hope to get feedback soon
June 21st, 2018, 9:11 PM
Poker at: Pokerstars
Game: 6max zoom
re: Poker & Optimal Player Stats
They question, IMO, you are asking has no optimal value. Every % has only meaning against player vs player, if you are better than him these values are way to low, if you are worse than him these values are too high. But in general I don't see anything wrong with these values, maybe these are correct, no-one knows, regardless you can't lose with these values given you are thinking player. If you don't get comments it just means there is no obvious mistakes and that is quite superb.
June 23rd, 2018, 12:10 PM
Online Poker at: Pokerstars
Thanks very much. I see a lot of Regs with stats very close to these values. Even with samples of 1500 hands+. One guy I play against I have 5000+ hands on him and his stats are very close to these values. I know these players are winners because I have watched them regularly and have sharkscoped their net profits. It's also very obvious to me that they are balancing their cbet stats with checks and bets to make sure they stay at 50% and cannot be read as flop or turn honest. Their river bets also tend to be in the low to mid 20s as opposed to bad players with high wtsd's and riverbets. The winning player's low wtsds and river bets seem to push their W$SD up to a good level.