Originally Posted by koadyawn
Feels like im asking so many questions about HEM ..lol.. hope its not bothering anyone but was curious about W$WSF (won money when saw flop) and what it should generally be by a winning player.. I read somewhere that it should be around 35-40% and anything lower then your just not playing aggresive enough post-flop... I managed to stick with around 33% and wanted to know if that needed improvement..
and also I might as well stick it in..my other stats I have are wtsd%=20% , w$sd%=54%, Agg=2.59, agg%=27
what could I do to improve any of my stats to become a better player?
wtsd% should be about 25-30 or so...your w$sd% is ok (50-55) but you are folding too many hands before sd. Either that, or your are playing too loose and are forced to fold alot of hands before sd because most of your hands are garbage. 33% is too low as you really should have at least over 40. Again, maybe you are just limping in with too much garbage so never giving yourself a chance to actually win the pot. Typically, the higher your w$wsf, the more aggressive postflop you are playing. agg of 2.59 is fine and i can't really comment on agg% because i only just transferred over to hem and am still used to the pokertracker afq, which has a completely different "norm".
Do you play full ring or 6 max? What stakes? What is your vpip/pfr (most important stats)?
Just from what you've shown there, i'd guess you probably limp too much and don't play position well/open raise enough hands. a low w$wsf combined with a low wtsd% is a pretty big leak most likely (often players with a high w$wsf will have a low wtsd% and vice versa...but both being low is a problem).
anyways post your vpip/pfr as i'm basically having to guess without seeing those. And ultimately the glaring leaks are seen from just vpip/pfr/agg