PokerAce HUD

Munchrs

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I recently brought PAHUD to go with PokerTracker.

I was just wondering what essential info do you put directly onto the table in the layout.

I just have the standard, VPIP, PFR etc.

Is there any other catagory that you guys find particularly usefull to have right infront of you??
 
ChuckTs

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Well what games are you playing? Using certain stats in certain types of games will give you the ideal layout; for example steal percentages and other preflop/flop stats are really important in shorthanded play whereas in full ring you might use more postflop stats etc. Tournaments you might just stick with the default vpip/pfr/ta/hands because you often don't get past the flop either, and even if you did, most if not all of the info you would have on any opponent would mean nothing due to sample size.

I'm ranting, but I'd say in the beginning just stick with the default layout. I've had it for like a year now and only just started applying wsd/w$sd/steal%s etc...
 
SeanyJ

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I just use all of the default settings, if I need to know something about a player in some situation you can just click on their name and see all of those extra stats.
 
zachvac

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I also play full ring NLHE. My current layout includes:

preflop stats: PFR, VP$IP, called PFR%
showdown stats: went to SD when seeing flop and W$ at SD%
Postflop Aggression
continuation bet stats: cbets, %fold/%call/%raise cbet

I find the last one the most useful the way I play, I use position to my advantage a lot, and these stats can do several things after a preflop bet.

If I hit, do I throw out a cbet, or slowplay? If he calls 90% of cbets there's no reason not to throw one out. If I miss by the same logic I know when not to cbet and when to. If he calls or raises when I see he's done that 3% of the time then I know he hit the flop and can fold anything lower than top pair great kicker, and even then be worried.

I also include how much they cbet, because for example I'll be more inclined to call with suited connectors and low pockets knowing he'll throw in a cbet on the flop. And then when it does come and his cbet% is 6%, don't go chasing the flush draw with the intent of bluffing if I miss, just that kind of thing.

PFR, VP$IP, called PFR% are very good for preflop ranges. Aggression and SD numbers are good for postflop ranges, and the cbet numbers are applicable when pondering a cbet (or a PFR looking to the likely reaction).

I know some would argue to keep the display simple and use some of those in the clickable area, this is just the layout I've used and it's worked for me. If you want me to send it to you just send me a PM, or you can just manually do it.
 
Munchrs

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yea i feel the CBet ones are very usefull because i Cbet alot and seeing before i do it wether my opponent is likely to call will save me alot of bets by avoiding chronic callers.
 
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