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My Poker Stats

Here are my poker statistics for the last 36,000 hands I played. All stats are for short-handed tables (max. 5 or 6 players per table).

Game Level Total Hands Total Won ($) BB/100 Hands Total Rake ($)
NL ($10) 15 43.0 14.3 2.0
NL $1000 294 282.0 4.8 44.0
NL ($6) 6 681.0 945.8 3.0
NL $600 10,685 1,651.7 1.3 1,564.7
NL $400 14,566 14,480.0 12.4 2,102.1
NL ($4) 3,914 142.2 0.5 683.9
NL ($2) 2,453 295.2 3.0 331.2
NL $200 3,820 558.2 3.7 397.0
Total 35,753 18,133.15 6.3 5,127.86
Game Level Total Hands Vol. Saw Flop % PF Raise %
NL ($10) 15 40.0 26.7
NL $1000 294 22.8 20.1
NL ($6) 6 16.7 16.7
NL $600 10,685 24.8 19.9
NL $400 14,566 24.4 19.2
NL ($4) 3914 27.8 21.3
NL ($2) 2453 31.3 24.2
NL $200 3820 24.9 19.7
Total 35,753 25.4 20.0

Notes:

“NL ($10)” and “NL $1000” are the same game but at different poker sites. “NL ($x)” is at TowerGaming. “NL $x” is at PartyPoker.

If the game level is NL $1000, it means that the maximum buy-in for the table is $1000 and the big blind is $10 and the small blind is $5. NL means it’s a no-limit table.

“BB/100 Hands” is the number of big bets I won for every 100 hands I played at that game level. A big bet is equal to 2 big blinds, so 1 BB at a NL $1000 table is equal to $20. If I won 3BB/100hands at the NL $1000 tables, that means I won $60 for every 100 hands I played.

“Rake” is the amount of money the casino takes. It is a huge amount of money. Some sites offer bonuses so you can get some of your rake back. The best site for bonuses is TowerGaming. PartyPoker is terrible for bonuses but have more players at higher stakes and have more fish.

“Vol. Saw Flop %” is the percentage of the time I voluntarily saw the flop. A good player at a short-handed table will see the flop between 15 and 25 percent of the time. The more loose the player is, the more flops he will see.

“PF Raise %” is the percentage of the time I raised preflop. All good players are aggressive. Your PF Raise % should be a bit less than your Vol. Saw Flop %. Basically, whenever you see a flop, you want to be the preflop raiser. If you’re not confident enough to raise then fold.

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