Poker tracker strategy
Having book and stats on a player can change dramatically how you play against him, and to be honest, I couldn't tell you exactly how, which is why I started this thread so that hopefully those who do know can help us PT noobs out.
I recently got a link to a script from a newer membe, stormswa (ty!), which opens and closes Full Tilt based on certain cryteria that you input yourself (ie 50NL 6-max NLHE, minimum 4 players). Anyways it's essentially a datamining tool to use to gain valuable info on your opponents. I only just started using it a few days ago and already am finding very useful stats on specific players.
In the past, I would use my PT stats to generalize a player as LAG, TAG, LAP or TAP and adjust my play accordingly. I'd tighten up my starting hands vs LAG players and loosen them vs TAG (and so forth). As you gain more info, though, I think there are many more finer adjustments you are supposed to make to your game based on your opponents' style of play and stats. Things like using his flop AF to your advantage by checking to him to gain an extra bet, or bluffing
more postflop vs a tight-aggressive/passive player etc etc
So my question, after all that rambling, is for you PT vets:
How deep do you go with adjusting your play vs players you have lots of hands on, and what adjustments do you make specifically? Simple stuff like tightening up vs a LAG player? or more specific things like I mentioned above?