Originally Posted by Bubbles
Wheres the 3 bet stat? Wheres fold to cbet stat? These stats are very important.
And like others said your PFR and VPIP should be failry close. I would imagin you are calling way too much and possibly limping into pots with small suited connectors and suited aces or even any Ace x hand.
Calling from the blinds is another area to work on. 3 bet or fold based on player reads. In your case since I assume you are still learning, I would only 3 bet for value versus 3 betitng as a bluff for now.
Playing oop is difficult for any player so try to focus on playing more hand sIP and steal more form the buttons and cutoff posiiton.
Also, almost every player will be losing money in the blinds so I wouldnt stress too much about that. I know you dont state that, but its important to note. Post some 3 bet stats and cbet stats and we can go from there
Thanks, I will post those when I get a chance. Don't understand why they werent't there by default. I am guessing I 3bet pretty standard, depending on my cards and position (like 88+ from LP etc). Saw you asked about fold to cbet, I will post that later too.
But in late position I prefer calling say KQ if the pot has been raised (I never open limp - ever), is that not good? I will have position throughout the hand, a 3bet here vs an EP raise is likely to be 4b - to which I have to fold.
But yes, I have been playing low suited connectors the same way and will tighten up more in general. I have also been playing low pocket pairs fairly aggressively to try and build a pot if I do hit my set. Guessing that is a losing strategy long term, even if my implied odds
Why is 3b or fold a better strategy from the blinds? Because I can get the PF raiser to fold once in a while? I suppose I do prefer calling with non-premium holdings and use a fit or fold approach. Against the right player, I might bluff c/r the flop if it misses his range.