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  • Solid Player HUD Stats?

    What does a Solid Players HUD stats really look like? What would be thier vpip, pfr, 3-bet%, c-bet%, etc etc.... ?

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    VPIP 15-20
    PFR: 15-20
    3bet 6-8
    cbet: 50-60

    This for mostly full ring table. At 6 max a bit more loose.
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    • #3
      Player666420

      cash or tourney? what table size (6max or full ring)?

      The answers will vary greatly in some categories.. which is why I ask.

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      • #4
        Tournament. Avg fields of 150, 200, 680, and 1500. Also looking to see what fold to c-bet, fold to 3-bet % would look like.

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        • #5
          Player666420

          Assuming full ring tables.

          VPIP 20%
          PFR 16%
          3-bet 7-8%
          c-bet 50-60% (can be a tick lower or higher, depending on the table dynamics)
          fold to c-bet 45-55% (can vary some based on the opps at the table)
          steal 30-35% (depends on who's in the blinds)
          fold to steal 60-65% (but will vary based on the play style of the opener).

          It also depends on the tourney type. Bounties can be wider in some places, satellites can be much tighter. If playing 6-max tables, the vpip/pfr/3bet will be higher. Say 28/23/10

          What we do NOT want to have is a large gap between our VPIP and PFR.. that means we are calling too much. And if the 3-bet number is a lot smaller, then we're only doing it with value hands, which can be a problem, as an observant opp would then never pay us off with worse when we'd re-raise.

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