Originally Posted by calibanboy
But this player is aggressive both pre and post flop...
What do you thing about his play pre and post flop? are there any differences?
Do you think its wise to bet into a "passive" player who has (relatively ) decent hand selection preflop?
This person goes to showdown 1 in four times when he hits the flop. Is that low for someone who is shown to have post flop aggression?
Total aggression factor is under 2. For me to consider a player this tight to be aggressive it would need to be greater than 3.5.
You list the WTSD stat at 4%. This means that of the 15% of flops this player sees, they go to SD with only 4% of those. In other words for every 100 hands dealt this players gets to SD less than 1 time!
By betting into this player, who admittedly plays only top preflop cards, we're getting him to fold a lot of hands that are beating us and occasionally he'll play back at us and we can either fold when we have nothing or stack him when we've hit a big hand.
I love playing against this type of player because you almost always know where you stand.
Edit: Is it safe to assume this player is you?