Originally Posted by No Brainer
His aggression percentage is 50% overall, flop - 43%, turn - 58%, river - 57% with an aggression factor of 10.5.
A few questions about aggression stats,
What are the different conclusions we can draw with agg % vs agg factor?
What sort of numbers would you consider to be aggressive, normal and passive?
What sort of hand sample do we need to make aggression stats reliable? Obviously need more hands to make the turn and river reliable than just the flop/overall.
That is a very high level of aggression, from using Leakbuster regularly the acceptable best level is AF 2.5-3.6. Any lower they are passive any higher they are aggro and outside of these ranges you can become slightly exploitable.
Agg % over that sort of sample anything over 41% is agg, under 31% is passive, 35% ideal
So AF 10.5 means he literally raises for fun almost every play, in which case we are definitely at least calling.
I can see a case for re-raising GII on the flop or if he calls jamming any low non club on the turn. I'd want to be protecting this hand from his overcards/backdoor flush draws. There are a lot of unblocked broadways and aces here, for me the min raise pretty much guarantees he has at least one big club.