Friday, June 18, 2010

Hands Played Today - 7041

Hands Played June - 126185

Comments:

I can't complain about this month, especially the last week. Its been smooth sailing. I gave up using a HUD a week or two ago. It was lagging my computer too much which was tilting in and of itself. I actually kind of prefer playing without one anyways. All the regs at NL5 are pretty much the same...really, really tight. And unknowns are pretty much always bad.

A few months ago I erased all EV programs off my computer because I think looking at them when running bad can just reinforce negative feelings. But AA vs KK has been so out of whack this month that I had to get setometer again and see it for myself.


I've lost an incredible $80 in AA vs KK situations so far this month, mostly 5 dollars at a time as I rarely fold KK preflop for only 100bb, but often do so against tight regs for 250bb. I don't think I have ever seen such a wide discrepancy in BB amount. However the same goes for my set hitting abilities. As can been seen by all the blue in the graph, I am hitting an insane amount of sets this month. So it all balances out.


For comparison, the above is my setometer on the year. I am hitting well more than my fair share of sets. But I am well below average in set over set and AA vs KK. The sample size is 1 million hands. Variance...lol.

P.S. before I get a bunch of comments asking for this program here is a link

http://rapidshare.com/files/114685051/Setometer.msi.html

blackrain79 - micro stakes strategy

4 comments:

  1. hey rain, you probably know already but on poker table ratings ur status has gotten past the average 70 and gone into the red warm status pretty cool, good job!

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  2. you must have a good memory. I would feel lost without my hud, in 5NL its so important to distinguish between the tipical 5/6 tight reg and the 55/20 awful player.

    try HEM it doesnt lag for me (PT3 did a lot with 12 tables+)

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  3. HEM lags for me at 12 tables. I actually had to fold/sit out a set due to pokerstars/HEM crashing while I was running it, though to be fair this PC is out of date.

    That being said, I don't think I'd give it up. It actually keeps me off of tilt since I more easily dismiss bad beats and it helps me not feel like I'm just awful when I lose out against lucky rivers against high vpip players.

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  4. betidiots,

    I did see that. Nice lol.

    Anon,

    I use notes a lot and I play a ton of hands. So its not so much a good memory. That said, I will be getting HEM soon.

    Rosen,

    Hmm, haven't heard of too many problems with it. Its probably just your pc. Maybe try more ram if you don't want to get a new system.

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