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You can't force profits. If you try, you'll hemorrhage money. Accept the fact that you're not going to earn $30 an hour playing $0.50/$1 No-Limit. You'll have to grind it out and roll up in limits until you can play a game big enough to make the money you want. Poker is a game of skill and patience. Disciplined players profit and impulsive players go broke.
The two most important statistics to use when selecting a table are the "% to the flop" and the "average pot size." A high percentage of players seeing the flop means the table is loose and a higher than average pot size means that the players give a lot of action. You need both of these statistics to be favorable for the game to be good. Just be careful when players leave and new ones join. Fish splashing around tend to attract sharks.
By: Michael Monroe
Chris Moneymaker (his real name), a then 27-year-old accountant, became the Cinderella story of the poker world when he won the 2003 World Series of Poker No Limit Hold'em Championship event for a record-setting payout of $2.5 million. The dream-come-true poker victory made (and continues to make) headlines for two reasons. First, Chris had been playing poker for only three years, and at the time of the 2003 event, he had never played in a live poker tournament in his life. Second, Chris won his entry into the main event through an online poker contest for a total investment of only $40. Cool Fact: Chris won the final hand of the 2003 World Series with a full house, 5s over 4s, defeating poker pro Sam Farha, who held top pair. Sam wasn't too upset though; he received a cool $1.3 million for placing second.
VPIP or VP$IP: Voluntarily put money into the pot. The SB and BB postings are not voluntary unless they add more money.
Eg: SB calling or BB calling or raising.
PFR: Pre-Flop Raise. If someone 3bets this is also counted towards your PFR as well.
Limp: How often someone just calls in an unopened pot. Someone who just calls the big blind value.
Limp-Call: How often someone limps and then calls a raise.
Call Open: How often someone calls a raise.
Raise 1st: Raise First is similar to Pre Flop Raise except it doesn't include 3bets. Its only the 1st person to raise that has their Raise First stat effected and it doesnt include raising limpers.
3-Bet: BB is Bet 1, a raise is bet 2, the next raise is bet 3. (3-Bet). First action from player. Limp-Raise doesn't count as 3-Bet.
Fold to 3-bet: How often someone folds to a 3bet after make a raise.
4-Bet: How often someone re-raise after make a raise.
Fold to 4-Bet: How often someone folds to a 4Bet after make a 3Bet.
Cold 4-Bet: BB is Bet 1, a raise is bet 2, the next raise is bet 3, the next raise is bet 4 (4-Bet). First action from player.
Steal: When someone raises from the CO, BTN or SB when the pot is unopened (without limpers).
Aggression: Aggression factor is calculated (Bet + Raise) / Call, checking or folding has no effect.
Agg freq.: Aggression frequency can be anything from 0-100 and is based on an aggressive action on each street. So if I bet the turn and the river but check the flop I would have 66% Agg Pct because I made 2 out of 3 aggressive actions.
Continuation Bet: Bet the flop after being the last Raiser Pre-flop. (2º Barrel / 3º Barrel on Turn/River)
Fold CB to Raise: Fold after makes a continuation bet when is faced a raise.
Fold to CB: How often someone folds to a continution bet.
Raise CB: How often someone raise when faced with a continuation bet when there was a raise preflop
Donk Bet: How often someone bets into the flop out of position after calling a preflop raise.
Fold to Donk Bet: How often someone fold to donk bets.
Raise Donk Bet: How often someone raise a donk bet.
Steal Limped Pot: How often someone bets when is last to act on the flop and everyboby checks around. (No one raises pre-flop)
WTSD: How often someone goes to showdown when the flop was seen.
WWSF: How often someone wins the pot when they've seen the flop.
W$SD: How often someone won money when hands go to showdown.