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Once your game is good enough, it is strongly recommended to set up extra software to track your wins/loses. Hold 'Em Manager will track simply how much won by you and lose, at what stakes, etc. You can use it to get elements of your game that are weak. It also carries a Heads Up Display put right on the poker table. This will show how aggressive players are, as well as how often they play hands, just how much they've raised, etc. It will help your game immensely.<br>There are instructions for inatallation on the website.<br>OK and that means you've downloaded and installed Hold Em Manager. Once you starting playing at a table, the HUD should pop up. I was pretty overwhelmed by it the 1st time. There are tons of numbers, and quite a few of them don't make sense. I'll break them down for the default settings<br>First Line:<br>VPIP - This is how ordinarily a player volunteers to place cash in the pot and is a great measure of looseness. For six max less than 10 is very nitty, 20 means they make do with stuff occasionally which is fairly normal, 30 means something such as they will play any connector suited or otherwise,  aktifpoker and anything over 40 means more than half of these hands are trash.<br>PFR - Percentage of time they raise pre-flop once they opt to play a hand. This number should be when compared to the VPIP to get useful information. If someone includes a PFR of 20 but a VPIP of 60 a lot of the pots they enter they do not raise, and a raise probably indicates something that isn't total trash. If someone carries a PFR of 20 but a VPIP of 20 which means they always raise and they are aware of aggression and possibly position. If (PFR/VPIP) is 1/4 they're very passive and almost always limp. 1/2 usually means they limp using their worst hands and raise making use of their best hands. 3/4 is quite normal and means they raise most of the time, and can limp behind sometimes hoping that low pocket pairs or connectors hit hard before they start jamming profit. 4/4 means they always raise and you can't get useful information from their holdings according to their raises preflop.<br>Attempted to Steal -- Percentage of times this player raised when the action folded to him when he was in the cutoff or for the button. This ought to be extremely high -- a minimum of 70%. If you see something similar to 30% the player only raises with good hands which is blind to how profitable stealing is, maybe he's decided that it is the micros and everyone will call anyway why bother but that's a stupid thing to obtain stuck in your mind -- when they call anyway a cbet about the flop will still take it frequently that you will must be stealing frequently. If you're inside the blinds this stat may help show you whether you must fold/call/reraise vs. button action.<br>3 Bets Preflop % -- if a person raises in front of this player, what percentage of the time does he reraise? 4% means he's only doing the work with premium hands for value. 8% means he sometimes will reraise for isolation or as they really wants to punish a loose raiser and is fairly normal with thinking players. 12% takes a similar ideas such as 8% and pushes them further. 20% is very high, plus a player who reraises much is according to individuals to play poorly postflop against his show of strength to produce a profit.<br>Second Line:<br>AF - Aggression factor is really a ratio of aggressive POSTFLOP moves to passive ones. So (bet% + raise%) / (check% + call%). 1 is incredibly very passive, they won't bet without having a set or better the majority of the time, and even then they're probably scared you will back off should they fart so they really might not bet anyway. 2 is still fairly passive, but at the very least they'll drive back draws and bet at loose players who'll call anyway. 3 is fairly aggressive, they shall be making lots of Cbets with nothing, checkraising dry flops to scare away foes Cbets, etc. 4 is extremely aggressive but nonetheless on the fringe of reason. Anything over four either means they've gotten lucky on every single flop while you've been watching them or they need to win every pot and may bet for this.<br>Cbet Flop -- Percentage of time they'll bet the flop when they were the aggressor preflop. 30% is quite low and means they simply really cbet whenever they hit some or come with an overpair that's still good. 60% means that about 50 % of of enough time they whiffed, but honestly took action now too, so you want to Cbet at least 60% of enough time. 80% is quite high and usually means that they Cbet religiously on basically the grossest of flops -- if the player which has a Cbet stat that way doesn't Cbet on the flop he obviously should (contains an A or K or AA-TT) be careful -- however, there is nothing wrong your Cbet percentage this way yourself.<br>Folds to Flop Cbet -- Does he realize that people will cbet without a penny? If this is at 100% he doesn't, and the man'll only play against aggression when he's flopped the nuts so you needs to be pounding on the bet button on every flop in which you raised pre. Around 60% is rather normal here. 30% or less means they read somewhere that Cbets are bluffs and don't respect them ought to be principle or even a few stupidity, otherwise exactly that he wants to play chicken about the turn.<br>Total Hands - This is very important, because it helps to make the remaining portion of the stats relevant. You need this stat so you don't go bonkers if you see someone features a VPIP of 100% -- if he's only played four hands to date relax and attempt to play normally. Most stats don't learn to matter until at 50-100 hands.<br>Be specific when you consult stats! Let's say someone raises, you call, the flop come A59, you own A8, and the man bets at you again. You see that they carries a VPIP of 60% and re-raise him, anf the husband shoves over you and you also call as they's bluffing his VPIP is like a zillion, you might have just designed a bad decision. What was his PFR? If he's got 60% VPIP but 4% PFR that means he only raises while using cream of the crop which is probably has you dominated with AK-AJ. On the other side with the coin, if someone else has 15 for VPIP and raises early, the flop comes low and action is reasonable prior to the river when he starts freaking out you don't have an autofold.<br>What's his AF? If it's high he or she function as sort of guy who do not like to quit a pot once he's in it -- he doesn't care if his AQ whiffed the flop, he has a VPIP of 12 and thinks every pot is owned by him. Does his Showdown Percentage confirm our suspicions that he can't find the fold button? If the AF is low and that he's abnormally raising then, he probably carries a premium hand, however, if it's high as well as the SD% is high and also you come with an overpair with something such as 99 you might like to look him up. Anyway, why would you look at preflop stats once you're thinking of postflop action? Of course, your preflop info is hardly irrelevant, but examine the most relevant stat FIRST, then turn to other stats to help define his range.
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