Originally Posted by chispa73
Excuse my ignorance but what does it mean you write 35/3/7 after 37 hands. Is it the number of hands played followed by other stats?
35 is that player's VPIP (Voluntarily Put $ In Pot) - This number gives you an indication of how tight or loose a player is preflop. 35% is certainly loose, unless you're playing heads up.
3 is that player's PFR (Preflop Raise Percentage) - This number tells
you how aggressive this player is preflop. 3% is tiny, and indicates that this player very rarely raises preflop. Thus, when he raises, he probably has a very strong hand.
7 is that player's AF (Postflop Aggression Frequency) - This is how aggressive they are postflop. The higher the number, the more betting & raising they do, and the less calling they do. So this player with an AF of 7 is pretty insane, raising & betting whenever possible, and rarely calling.
So to sum it all up, we just say "Villain is a 35/3/7".