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Análisis de stats en FL-SH

    • marcianoskate
      marcianoskate
      Bronce
      Registro: 08-22-2007 Artículos: 8.649
      por qué pierdo :( :(

      Gracias paran, que trabajo :) ... ojalá también puedas obtener algo para tu juego :)
    • parandabes
      parandabes
      Bronce
      Registro: 05-18-2008 Artículos: 3.209
      original de marcianoskate
      por qué pierdo :( :(

      Gracias paran, que trabajo :) ... ojalá también puedas obtener algo para tu juego :)
      De nada marciano :s_biggrin: , ya sabes que para mi es un placer y siempre saco algo para mi
    • karlosibz
      karlosibz
      Bronce
      Registro: 04-11-2009 Artículos: 9.128
      No has sacado NADA en claro. Pff, esto es un problema. Cual es tu winrate general marciano? -0.5BB/100?
    • torrans
      torrans
      Bronce
      Registro: 03-17-2010 Artículos: 6.163
      no se porque pierdes, pero a simple vista parece que cuando tienes mano hecha no faroleas nunca, es decir que las BB que podrias ganar haciendo check raise en el turn o en el river podrian aportarte lo que te falta...yo desde hace un tiempo para aca, vario mucho en cada sesion cuando hago el CR, para que no me lo localizen...unas veces en flop, otras en turn y en river si es el tipico tio que te hace call call y tu pasas porque el siempre lleva botton pair y no hay overcards en la mesa y se come el CR :D

      no se a lo mejor tambien algo mas de agresividad, subir un poco el rango de 3bet.... la verdad es que por mucho que te digamos todo depende siempre contra quien lo apliques :D
    • parandabes
      parandabes
      Bronce
      Registro: 05-18-2008 Artículos: 3.209
      A mi me parece que viendo el resultado hay 3 temas que merece la pena mirarse, los values algo mas marginales, el aumento de semibluffs turn y el sistema de juego en la BB :]
    • parandabes
      parandabes
      Bronce
      Registro: 05-18-2008 Artículos: 3.209
      ANALISIS DE STATS CON LEAKBUSTER DE CORRUNUS

      Tenia pendiente hace unas semanas un análisis de Corrunus en 50-1$ y alla va el resultado:

      ANALISIS GENERAL
















      ANALISIS PARTICULAR POR POSICION





      Your Agg percent in the SB is currently too high. This may mean that you are 3-betting with too many marginal hands or that you are firing many hopeless bluffs post-flop. Review your hand histories and make sure that when you are bluffing there is good reason to expect that your opponent might fold. You may be 4-betting too seldom from the SB. When an opponent's 3-betting range is wide, it can be okay to 4-bet with non-premium hands, especially if there's a good chance that you will be able to win the pot without a showdown. Your WTSD% in the SB is currently too low. You may be giving up with too many good high card hands and with weak pairs in situations where your opponent is likely to be bluffing. Your W$WSF from the SB is too low. You may be either folding a few too many hands that could showdown profitably, or you may be bluffing too seldom. Currently your check fold flop % is high. You may be throwing away too many marginal hands which you could use to profitably call a bet on the flop. When faced with a close decision, think about whether or not you usually expect to win more money when you make your hand, and whether or not you're likely to see two streets by calling just one bet. Currently your check-raise flop% is too low. This may mean that you are either bluffing too seldom or are not getting enough value out of marginal paired hands. Look for more opportunities to bluff on dry boards when your opponent holds a large range of hands. Also look for situations where your opponent is unlikely to have flopped a pair and where marginal pairs can be check-raised for value against high card hands. Your river aggression is too low. You may be missing some third barrel bluffs in situation where your opponent is likely to call the flop and turn with a hand that will fold the river, or you may be missing some thin value bets.


      You may be 4-betting too seldom from the BB. When an opponent's 3-betting range is wide, it can be okay to 4-bet with non-premium hands, especially if there's a good chance that you will be able to win the pot without a showdown. Your W$WSF from the BB is a too low. You may be either folding a few too many hands that could showdown profitably, or you may be bluffing too seldom. Your river aggression is too low. You may be missing some third barrel bluffs in situation where your opponent is likely to call the flop and turn with a hand that will fold the river, or you may be missing some thin value bets.


      You're currently not 3-betting enough from early position. While it's good to use discretion while 3-betting against players with tight ranges, you could probably play a few more hands profitably. You're 4-betting too often from early position. Usually when you raise from an early position, opponents will only 3-bet you with a tight range. You may need to show more discretion with the hands that you 4-bet. Your WTSD% in early position is too high. You may be taking high card hands to showdown in some situations where it's unlikely that your opponents will be bluffing. Remember that when you raise from early position your range appears very strong, so many players will not attempt to bluff you without at least a strong draw. Your cold call percentage is too low. While you don't want to be cold calling very often from early position, you do want to look for opportunities against weak opponents to call with more marginal hands that you may fold against stronger opponents. When considering cold calling from early position, make sure that your opponents behind you are not over aggressive, and do not squeeze very often Currently your check-fold flop % is low. You may be calling the flop with too many marginal hands. Be sure to account for the pot size when calling with weak drawing hands, and be cognizant of whether or not your draw will often make the best hand.

      You are 3-betting a too often from middle position. Since an early position player's range is usually quite tight, it will be difficult for you to win pots without a showdown. You should only be re-raising with hands that are ahead of your opponent's range.

      Currently your check-fold flop % is high. You may be throwing away too many marginal hands which you could use to profitably call a bet on the flop. When faced with a close decision, think about whether or not you usually expect to win more money when you make your hand, and whether or you're likely to see two streets by calling just one bet.

      Your river aggression is too low. You may be missing some third barrel bluffs in situation where your opponent is likely to call the flop and turn with a hand that will fold the river, or you may be missing some thin value bets.

      Your W$SD from the CO is too low. You may be calling down with some hands that should instead be folded, or you may be bluffing too often.

      Your W$WSF from the CO is too low. You may be either folding a few too many hands that could showdown profitably, or you may be bluffing too seldom.

      You may be continuation betting the turn too seldom. Pay attention to your opponents and the texture of the flop that they called. There are many types of boards where your opponent will likely call the flop with a hand that will fold to a turn bet.

      Your river aggression is too low. You may be missing some third barrel bluffs in situation where your opponent is likely to call the flop and turn with a hand that will fold the river, or you may be missing some thin value bets.


      Your W$SD from the CO is too low. You may be calling down with some hands that should instead be folded, or you may be bluffing too often. Your W$WSF from the CO is too low. You may be either folding a few too many hands that could showdown profitably, or you may be bluffing too seldom. You may be continuation betting the turn too seldom. Pay attention to your opponents and the texture of the flop that they called. There are many types of boards where your opponent will likely call the flop with a hand that will fold to a turn bet. Your river aggression is too low. You may be missing some third barrel bluffs in situation where your opponent is likely to call the flop and turn with a hand that will fold the river, or you may be missing some thin value bets. Your W$SD from the CO is too low. You may be calling down with some hands that should instead be folded, or you may be bluffing too often. Your W$WSF from the CO is too low. You may be either folding a few too many hands that could showdown profitably, or you may be bluffing too seldom. You may be continuation betting the turn too seldom. Pay attention to your opponents and the texture of the flop that they called. There are many types of boards where your opponent will likely call the flop with a hand that will fold to a turn bet. Your river aggression is too low. You may be missing some third barrel bluffs in situation where your opponent is likely to call the flop and turn with a hand that will fold the river, or you may be missing some thin value bets.

      You may be 4-betting too seldom from the Button. When an opponent's 3-betting range is wide, it can be okay to 4-bet with non-premium hands, especially if there's a good chance that you will be able to win the pot without a showdown. Currently your check-fold flop % is low. You may be calling the flop with too many marginal hands. Be sure to account for the pot size when calling with weak drawing hands, and be cognizant of whether or not your draw will often make the best hand.
    • Positrom
      Positrom
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      Registro: 07-24-2008 Artículos: 9.885
      Lo subo para que este a mano , hay un nuevo limitero , interesado en la stats

      Espero que le sirva de referencia , hasta luego
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    • UNIKORNIO200
      UNIKORNIO200
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      Registro: 03-31-2009 Artículos: 4.391
      Jeje este post lo tenemos muchos en favoritos. Sin embargo cuidado porque hay muchas stats desactualizadas, y comentarios que pueden desorientar más que otra cosa.
    • karlosibz
      karlosibz
      Bronce
      Registro: 04-11-2009 Artículos: 9.128
      Sip, es una buena base para muchas cosas ^^