Donkey (LAG)--- I don't think you understand what "LAG" is if you think it's a donkey.
Stone Killer (TAP)-- typically "Stone Killer" would be a TAG, not a TAP; i.e., tight-aggressive. TAP is "P"assive post flop.
Originally Posted by Flops'm&Bets'm
I chose Tight Agressive Player (TAP)
Reason why is because I play like this and the # look very similar to mine, except in MTT play since I do not play Ring Table...but Freerolls have a similar variance with as many as 5/9 sitters
Tight due to 0% re-raise
4% Raise and Win% at Showdown and Calls with good Draw hands that have Good Implied Odds and see alot of flops based on good starting hands and Folds garbage 76% PF
and the agressive factor is Bets 36% when has the Best hand and folds when is re-raised or does not improve the hand, (say flush scare or paired board on the turn)
Again a misunderstanding of these lables: "tight" has nothing to do with how often you raise: it's how often you are involved (usually as denoted by "voluntarily put money in pot" stat). In this case we only have the "saw flop" stat, which is less accurate. Even taking out 15% for blind play, 76% is HUGE. This player is extremely loose
, not tight. Also, the low very low raise percentage, and just slightly more (9%) likely to bet than call means they are also passive. This is the ideal opponent: the classic fish. So I really hope that your stats are not similar!