re: Poker & Taking Player Notes
Originally Posted by acky100
Also fx; i dont see the point in over-complicating things by having super nits and nits, surely just nits would do the job as you can see quickly on the hud whether hes a 9/6 or a 5/4 in a matter of seconds and for the most part you're going to (hopefully) be abusing these guys anyways every chance you get.
Well, I started at Red because the color spectrum goes Red, Orange, Yellow,Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet.
Red is danger, red is a charging bull, hence true maniacs. I would classify anyone with a PFR of 33% or higher as a maniac
Yellow is caution. LAG's require the most caution.
Orange falls between Red & Yellow on the spectrum, so that is the Aggrotards. These are LAG/SLAGs with an off the chart AF/AFq/3bet%
So far, we've been on the loose end of the spectrum and the next color is green, so what better color for a Calling Station? Loose and they pay you off like money.
Blue is moving away from the wild side so Blue = tight. Light blue = weaker blue = weak/tight. the 12/3 guys who set mine and play fit/fold.
Blue: Blue Chip Standard-TAG the most respected and successful style when done right.
Indigo. We are past TAG, and tightening up 8/7 to 11/10.
Violet, even farther away. These are the 7/6 and under super nits.