Quick Answer: What Is A Good WTSD Percentage?

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 are the worst hands in poker?

Holding 2 and 7 off suit is considered the worst hand in Texas Hold’em. They are the lowest two cards you can have that cannot make a straight (there are five cards between 2 and 7).

What hands should I play pre flop?

This will normally be when there have been a number of other players limping-in before you, and so you will have better odds to see a flop. The best hands to limp in with are strong drawing hands such as suited cards with an ace or king, or any connecting cards that can make a straight.

What should your Vpip be?

50% to 60% is ideal, assuming that you have a VPIP of 15% to 20%. Much higher, and you are probably overplaying speculative hands and bad hands, and bluffing too much. Much lower and you are not playing your good hands strongly postflop. Leave the bluffing for the movies and for live play.

What is Vpip%?

VPIP /aka VP$IP/. Stands for Voluntary Put Money In Pot and displays the percentage of hands the player puts money into the pot preflop, without counting any blind postings.

What does HUD mean in poker?

head-up displayA poker HUD (“head-up display”) is an app for your computer that collects and displays statistics about your opponents. The HUD overlays your poker table with information about how each of your opponents has played in the past. The information is shown directly on the poker table in floating panels next to each player.

How often should I see the flop?

It’s true in cash games you should be averaging to see a flop percentage of about 30% (percentage of times you call to see the flop for each hand dealt), however tournaments are not cash games.

What percentage of hands should I fold preflop?

It must be emphasised that in poker, you’re usually going to be folding most of your hands preflop. In fact, if you looked at HUD stats for a winning 6-max TAG player online, they’re probably only going to be voluntarily putting money into the pot preflop(VPIP) about 22% to 26% of the time.

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 are good HUD stats?

Or what are the best poker HUD stats for a winning player. Here is the short answer: The best poker HUD stats to have are VPIP, PFR, AF, 3Bet% and ATS. There are many more useful preflop and postflop stats to have such as 4Bet% and flop, turn and river CBet.

What percentage of hands do pros play?

22%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. Look at it this way.

What does WTSD mean in poker?

Went to ShowdownWTSD stands for Went to Showdown, and is a statistic used in online poker database software like PokerTracker and Hold’em Manager. WTSD is the percentage of the time you stay in a hand all the way through to a showdown.

How do you interpret HUD stats in poker?

How to Read a Poker HUD: Pre-Flop StatsVPIP% This is the average total % of times your opponent puts money into the pot. … PFR% This is the Pre-Flop Raise stat – how often your opponent raises pre-flop. … 3b% This is how often your opponent re-raises before the flop. … F3. … AG. … WTSD% … CB. … 2B.More items…

What is a good PFR?

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.

How much should you raise a 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.