What's your "Position Percentage?"
Here's a fun little exercise you can do. Good players play more pots in position than bad players. Knowing this, lets find out how many pots we play in position. Here's how:
If you have poker tracking software like Hold'em Manager, this makes it really easy. Pick whatever stakes/game you play most, and click on the "Filter --> Edit" button.
Go to the "More Filters" tab on the far right, and add the "Saw Flop = True" filter. Save & close. Write down that number of hands. For me, in a session of $2NL I played last night, that number is 55 hands.
Now, go back into the filter page and add the "Last to Act on Flop = True" filter. Its just below the saw flop filter. Save & close. Write down that number of hands, which for me is 29.
So take the second number, and divide by the first: 29/55 = 52.7%
If you don't have tracking software, you'll have to add it up the old fashioned way. It takes about ten minutes. I did this exercise for a session of 2-7TD I played, and I got 8/24 or 33%. However, 2-7TD is a pretty passive game, so I saw 5 flops for free from the BB. You get 42% on the hands I vpip'd.
Thus, in that session of 6-max NLHE, I played ~53% of my hands in position. Another good stat to couple this with is preflop positional awareness, mine's 2.06 for those 180 hands I played last night. What are your numbers?