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現在プレイ中,Postflop Aggression Factorを表示させていますがそれだと相手16​.0と表示されていましたこれとホールデムのスタッツコピーでペーストした


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AF:アグレッシブ係数のことでHM2ではPostflop Aggression Factorとなっています。フロップ後の(ベット総数+レイズ総数)/コール総数を現し、高くなればなるほどフロップ以後アグレッシブにプレイしていることになります。上手い


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You should always be looking to see if you can raise or fold; only if you have a good reason why you CANNOT raise or fold should you call.

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My general guideline is that you should raise at least half the hands you play, from every position on postflop aggression table. If either of these numbers is lower postflop aggression While I am defending my blinds against stealers, I actually manage postflop aggression show significant profits!

Perhaps if someone could share his own numbers postflop aggression a comment, we could have a better idea of where I stand. Scroll down. Filter for cold-calling and see if you had good reasons for doing so, keeping in mind that the reasons need to be even stronger than for suited connectors. However, circumstances need to be very specific for a check-raise to be appropriate.

Both images show mediocre results and the heads-up play is something I should focus on. Your default play here should be to fold weak suited connectors and reraise strong ones. No-limit is not a game where you can call frequently and turn a profit. My Att. You should see that VPIP steadily dropping the farther you get from the button. Remember: these hands play best in a multiway, unraised pot, or as a steal move. If not, it could be an indicator that you have trouble when you are not the aggressor preflop, especially without padding in the pot. Remember: people who cold-call a preflop bet are often in fit-or-fold mode. That shows your per-hand winrate on blind steals. Continuation betting should be your default play. Of the times you cold-called, you should be able to come up with a specific explanation for why you did so in each and every one of them. Look over individual hands where you lose lots of money and see if you played too timidly early in the hand, or if you went too far unimproved in the face of resistance. No leak there. My analysis will be based on the hands I played this year at 6-max No Limit poker tables , hands. Good explanations: the raise was very small, villain is passive post-flop, I had position on villain, villain and I are both extremely deep-stacked, villain is incredibly aggressive preflop, my suited connectors are particularly strong, there are several cold-callers in front of me, etc. If you have any glaringly negative numbers, especially AA, it may indicate bad play. See, aggression is a relative term; it should be a function of your level of looseness. If you raised preflop, you need a good reason NOT to raise the flop. Also, look at the hands where you won to see if you played too timidly, or if you routinely forced weaker hands out when you should have been milking them for profits. As a result, calling should be an infrequent occurrence in your play, which gives you a large aggression factor. My postflop game really needs improvement. Is this number positive?