Originally Posted by TexasPokerStar
I have my HUD from Poker Tracker 3 set up as follows:
Top Line: Player Name / Hands / Amount Won (for Cash Games)
Line 2: VP$IP / PFR / Total AF
Line 3: Fold to PF 3 Bet / Fold to F Bet / Fold to SB steal / Fold to BB steal
Line 4: Att to Steal / Cbet Flop / Raise F Cbet / WTSD
One thing that I have found that helps is putting Turn C-Bet because many times a villain will try to get you to fold with their C-Bet even if they didn't hit anything, but if their Turn C-Bet is low, you might be able to push them off a hand on the turn.
Another stat that helps, but I can't think of the damn name right now, is when your opponent checks the turn and folds to your bet after making a C-Bet on the flop. It might be a custom stat. I use it alongside the Turn-CBet stat for the same reason as decribed above.
Also, I personally think that the amount won is a waste of valuable space on the HUD, it doesn't really give you any pertinent information as to what game they are playing that night. Anyone can play a hand excellent and still get sucked out on to screw that stat up. The only thing this might be good for is if you knew that this player was very easily tilted when he was down a certain amount, but even that is somewhat unreliable.