thomastano Poker Newbie
As you all know we take different lines to different opponents. Some flops hits some players, while it totally misses others.
My question is:
When multitabling, how do you put opponents on preflop ranges? Are you using some system based on the preflop stats? If so how do you use the stats? Is using the stats really reliable when putting people on ranges?
As you can see, I am a noob at using stats.
kalibershanD Poker Newbie
When multitabling, I don't have time to do much more than glance at their vpip/pfr and compare that to the norm for the game. For example 10/8 is standard in a DON, but I guess full ring 50nl is more like 13/11.
Anyway, if playing 50NL and they have standard sane stats and I'm raising UTG with KK and they are reraising UTG+2, then I know I'm about to lose $50 unless I flop a set because I can never fold when I know I'm 100% beat and I always am in this spot.
If their stats are a few % points looser than the norm, then I add more hands compared to the norm for the position that they are raising.
So I guess in the example, an 18/15 might have KK for a chop if I'm lucky or QQ if it's christmas.
Or alternative he might just be a maniac on the button. I like to have the steal stat up as well so you can see if he is likely to be nitty in EP (steal very high compared to vpip/pfr) or not really bothered with position (tame steal so EP range likely to be looser).