PT stats discrepancy?
During current Hold'em session you were dealt 22 hands and saw flop:
- 3 out of 3 times while in big blind (100%)
- 0 out of 3 times while in small blind (0%)
- 2 out of 16 times in other positions (12%)
- a total of 5 out of 22 (22%)
Pots won at showdown - 1 of 2 (50%)
Pots won without showdown - 0
These are the stats I get from the PS stats button.
At this particular table I did not ask if anyone else was using PT. But I have been asking lately and it seems as if PT is pretty inaccurate. Typically PT will say my VPIP is higher than what the PS site stats report.
me it is easy to change from opponents overall stats to just the current table stats. I have not found enough willing strangers to share that much info with me, but AG was helpful for a brief while yesterday before one of us moved.
From the above stats I would guess that your PT stats on my would show my VPIP higher than what I show there. In the range of 25% higher.
In this particular case I got 3 walks in the BB. AG advises that PT does not include BB walks in VPIP stats. According to my understanding of PT (I don't have it) VPIP means a voluntary, conscious decision to either call or raise. So not adding walks makes sense.
So far this is not scientific enough to make heads or tails, and it could be my interpretation of something I am not familiar with (PT), or it could be faulty stats reported by PT, or somehow PT is taking stats from previous encounters, even though some current table switch is on.
I will understand anyones first impulse to tell me to take this to the PT folks, but before I do that I would like to enlist your help with just exactly I would be taking to the PT folks.