- What percentage of flops should I see?
- What is a 3 bet in poker?
- What is PFR accounting?
- Should you raise pre-flop?
- What should your Vpip and PFR be?
- What is a good aggression factor?
- How much should I raise pre-flop?
- What is a donk bet in poker?
- What is a good PFR in poker?
- What is a good PFR percentage?
- What is considered a high Vpip?
- What percentage of hands do pros play?
- What is WTSD?
- What does PFR stand for in poker?
- What is a good 3 bet percentage?
- Can small blind raise pre-flop?
- When should you fold before the flop?
- What is a good Vpip stat?
What percentage of flops should I see?
10-15%You should aim for a flop percentage of about 10-15% in the early-mid stages, and 15 – 20% in the middle to late stages.
Calling the flop in tournaments should take into account a few important factors: your position, characteristics of your table, and your hands.
Position in my opinion is the most important factor..
What is a 3 bet in poker?
Commonly used to refer to an initial reraise before the flop. The term has its origins in fixed-limit games where an initial raise is worth two bets, then the reraise is equal to three and so on.
What is PFR accounting?
PFR. Personal Financial Representative. Credit, Business, Insurance.
Should you raise pre-flop?
According to many professional poker players, you should always raise pre-flop when you decide to play a hand. Raising preflop is an aggressive move that helps players dictate the gameplay early in the hand. While it doesn’t guarantee that you’ll win the pot, it certainly gives you the upper hand.
What should your Vpip and PFR be?
Solid regulars generally have a VPIP/PFR between 19/17 and 25/23. As you move up in stakes, the rake (the amount taken from each pot by the poker room) decreases as a percentage of the pot and players are able to use wider ranges. Winning regulars often have statistics closer to 28/20 or 27/19 at the higher stakes.
What is a good aggression factor?
In general, an AF of 1 is extremely passive, an AF of 2 is moderately passive, an AF of 3 is a normal moderately aggressive player, and any AF of 4 and above is starting to get into over-aggressive territory. Most winning players have an AF near 3. Let’s dig into these numbers a bit deeper though.
How much should I raise pre-flop?
Here’s some quick tips for pre-flop bet-sizing. In general, you want to open raise 3 to 5 times the amount of the big blind. So, if the BB is 5 chips, raise somewhere between 15 and 25 chips. However, if there are limpers already in the pot, you need to add extra chips, generally one BB per limper.
What is a donk bet in poker?
‘A donk bet is a bet that is made into the aggressor from the prior betting round, denying them an opportunity to make a continuation bet’. So for example, a player in middle position opens for a raise, the button, and the big blind calls.
What is a good PFR in poker?
PFR stands for preflop raise percentage and it is one of the #1 stats I rely on when playing online poker to determine player type. A good PFR in a 6max poker game is around 18. And a good PFR in a 9max poker game is around 12. But it is important that your PFR is reflected by your play style and also your VPIP.
What is a good PFR percentage?
To give you a rough idea, you ideally want to be raising at least 70% of the time you enter a pot. So if you have a VPIP of 20%, you wouldn’t want to have a PFR of less than 14%. If your PFR is less than 70% of your VPIP, you’re likely calling in spots where you should be raising. You should be more aggressive preflop.
What is considered a high Vpip?
For instance, it’s common for a TAG at full ring to have a VPIP of about 15% and a TAG at 6max is usually going to be closer to 20%. But players with very low VPIPs are almost always nitty and players with very high VPIPs are more likely to be fish.
What percentage of hands do pros play?
It has been observed that most of the players who end up on the winning side play about 18 – 22% of the hands. If you’re new into the world of poker, you simply need to understand that you should be playing a maximum of 15 – 20 rounds in the entire session.
What is WTSD?
The WTSD (for Went to Showdown) tells in how many percent of cases where a player saw the second betting round that he also went to the showdown. In Hold’em, this would indicate how often a player saw the showdown, given that he saw the flop.
What does PFR stand for in poker?
preflop raiserPFR stands for “preflop raiser”. It is a sign of how many hands a player raises on the first betting round (preflop in Hold’em).
What is a good 3 bet percentage?
At the low stakes, a good 3-bet percentage will be around 5%–9%. Players can win aggressively with 3-bet percentages as high as 11%, however generally for beginners it is much easier to play with a tighter 3-bet range.
Can small blind raise pre-flop?
When the action reaches the player in the small blind position, that player can either call the bet, by putting in additional chips to match the largest bet amount, or fold, forfeiting their chips to the pot. The last person to act preflop is the big blind. The BB player has the option to raise, check, or fold.
When should you fold before the flop?
Preflop betting tips. When the action reaches you before the flop, you will be faced with the decision to either fold, call or raise. If there has been no raise before you, then a call will simply mean matching the size of the big blind, which is also known as ‘limping in’.
What is a good Vpip stat?
Seriously though, here are some rough guidelines to follow: A good VPIP percentage in a 9 person poker game is around 15%. A good VPIP percentage in a 6 person poker game is around 21%. The optimal VPIP percentage for you though is going to be the one that fits your play style the best.