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Poker HUD Stat Sample Sizes Explained (2020) I often talk about the benefits of using a HUD when playing online poker on this blog. Having important information on my opponents displayed directly on my screen has no doubt helped me make 10's of thousands more dollars over the years. However, a key problem that I have seen again and again especially with students is not understanding poker HUD.
Your VPIP seems high, but I don't know the structure of your SNGs, what your average table size is. Your PFR seems low compared to your VPIP -- it suggests you're calling pre a lot. Good players tend to raise more of the time if they put money in the pot. OTOH, your AFQ seems rather high -- it suggests you're really pushing hard post-flop.Poker definition is - one that pokes; especially: a metal rod for stirring a fire.The percent (%) of the time that a poker player puts money in preflop; Examples of Usage (04:14:16) GIFAFI: i think your VPIP is pretty much 100 (04:14:22) stevesbets: lol (04:14:34) stevesbets: thats why i always get the bulk of my money in good. Of course, such a statement on the part of stevesbets is utterly ridiculous, but the use of VPIP is correct. stevesbets' VPIP in some games is, in.
Jivaro Premium utilizes what we call the 'core statistics' circular indicator which utilizes graphical meters to show the value of each of the three core stats. It shows how many hands a user plays (VPIP), how aggressive they play pre-flop (PFR) and how aggressive they play post-flop (AFq). Even users that have never used a HUD feel at ease with the circular indicator.Read More
VPIP is a term that originated from PokerTracker data-mining software. It refers to the percentage of time a player voluntarily puts money into the pot -preflop. A high VPIP indicates a loose player, while a low VPIP indicates a tight player.Read More
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I am posting poker related and other content I find interesting. I am interested in travels, parties, martial arts, yoga, huge metal music and movies fan. I had a lot of different jobs before turning poker pro. I have worked as a music producer, musician, English teacher, guitar teacher and pub owner. Feel free to browse through articles and join the discussion.Read More
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If you are still learning to play good poker, then you should be very selective in which hands you play, so your VPIP might acceptably be a tad lower than 15%. The less people on the table, the more hands you can play. If you are on a table full of ultralight players, you can also loosen up. An experienced player who understands the subtleties of the game can get away with a VPIP between 20%.Read More
VPIP (VP): Measures how often a player voluntarily puts money in the pot preflop, expressed as a percentage. PFR (PR): Measures the frequency that a player raises preflop, expressed as a percentage. 3Bet (3B): How often a player 3bets preflop given the opportunity, expressed as a percentage.Read More
In The Statistics of Poker, I analyzed about 6 million online hand histories. Figure PN3-1 below is a plot of the average online Win Rate vs LP-VPIP-PAW for online players. Figure PN3-1. Win Rate.Read More
VPIP is a basic statistic that appears in Heads-Up Display software (HUD) that illustrates in percentage form how often you make raises or calls pre-flop. This may seem like a trivial stat, but it's actually a valuable piece of intel. Here's how to use it.Read More
I personally started with the upswing charts. However, I wouldn't just religiously stick to preflop charts unless you're grinding fast fold poker all day. If you play live, I would say they're never any more than a baseline suggestion. I've seen line-ups where your ideal VPIP would be 10% and I've seen line-ups where playing fewer than 40% of hands means you're likely missing out.Read More