Originally Posted by ProGuy
Loosen your play up a bit, only seeing 22% of flops is quite low IMO. Ideally, a snug, tight but aggressive player probably sees closer to 30-35% of his flops. JMO though. If these are live internet stats, then definitely loosen up because it's a different game on the internet...lots of fancy play IMO.
This is wrong on so many levels. I don't even know where to begin. Just ignore this post.
Originally Posted by ollie627
Hold'em (Real Money):
780 hands played and saw flop:
- 24 times out of 147 while in small blind (16%)
- 62 times out of 146 while in big blind (42%)
- 87 times out of 487 in other positions (18%)
- a total of 173 times out of 780 (22%)
Pots won at showdown - 12 out of 43 (28%)
Pots won without showdown - 202
ive just gone from $50 to $0 wondering if someone could give me some advice
It says you played 173 hands and won 202 pots without a showdown? Not sure how that is possible, unless I'm missing something? Could be when you are in the BB and it's folded to you maybe?
It's really hrad to tell anything from those stats. A) it's a really small sample size. B) They aren't that informative.
What limit are you playing? It looks like you are playing way too many posts from the BB. But I don't know if that's because it was limped around to you a bunch of times.
It's also looks like you are going to the showdown with a bunch of weak holdings, second pair type hands, maybe a singe pair, (again hard to tell with these stats.) Which would explain only winning 28% of your showdowns. This could also be variance due to a small sample size.
Again with these stats it's hard to tell, but it looks like you played more hands from the BB, then you did anywhere else, which also means you are probably calling a lot preflop. You need to use position when you have it and isolate players with three bets to create HU pots. Also from the BB, if the button, CO or HJ is stealing all the time, three bet from the button to resteal. You need to be positionally aware and have a tighter range in early position.
Play tighter in the blinds and in EP.
Widen your range in LP.
Play less hands from the BB.
Never open limp, always raise.
Three bet weak and lose opponents to isolate and create HU pots.
Call less, raise or fold more.
You need to learn when to get away from one pair hands or second pair hands, depending on board texture and villains.
Buy PT3 or HEM so we can actually see stats that we can use to help you.