re: Poker & What defines a good LAG player?
Originally Posted by mrsnake3695
Not necessarily. A good LAG player will be raising a good percentage of flops.
Hmm, so in statistical terms, an average good TAG player vrs an equivalently good LAG player;
VP$IP - TAG, say 25%, LAG say 45% ?
Preflop raise % - about the same ? (LAG sees more flops but raises about the same % ?)
Postflop aggression - about the same ?
Goes to showdown % - about the same ? This is where I thought the LAG player would see fewer showdowns, either taking the pot down early, or folding to a flop that he thinks hit the other player. Mind you, I'm not an expert on PokerTracker so I don't know how it treats hands won without a showdown.
I figure when I see someone with 45% VP$IP but low preflop raise/aggression and high showdown percentage, they're not LAG, just targets. But I'm not sure about the ones with higher aggression levels.