Originally Posted by hott_estelle
Still don't get the stats.
Top left: VP$IP:
The "Vol. put T$ in pot" is exactly that - it is the percentage of occasions in which you voluntarily threw chips into the middle preflop, be it by calling or raising. As "voluntary" implies, it does not include occasions on which you check your option in the big blind or when you fold from the blinds, however it does include occasions when you complete from the small blind or call a raise from the big blind.
(^^^Stolen from Chris' PT article since I'm too lazy to write it myself)
Top right: PFR%:
Preflop raise % (pretty self-explanatory I'd think)
Bottom left: AF:
Aggression factor. Basically the ration of raises to calls; 0-1 is passive, 1-2 is 'average', 2+ is aggressive.
Bottom right: number of hands.