Originally Posted by Marcwantstowin
I think using "stats" is what you should do. Your "stats" are yours and whatever your opponents think of your "stats" is up to them. They are a tool to help you improve your game, but not necessarily to make you into a "normal" player. You must play how you see fit and not change to improve your "stats". As long as you are profitable, play however you want. Gl.........
Yes, I think that I agree with this, but I also agree with what TeUnit said.
I usually play very tight in 9 player SNGs until I am in the money, so people tend to fold whenever I raise. If I am lucky enough to have a few good hands right at the start people are far less likely to fold when I raise - but as I am only playing premium hands that is actually to my benefit!