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  16-May-12, 08:35   #1
Analyze my ZOOM stats 0 
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So as I've posted previously, I've started playing Zoom poker on stars. Spanning a few dozen sessions, I've managed to play just short of 21,000 hands. Really getting hit hard by variance, as I SHOULD be sitting about 5-6BB / 100, instead I'm at about 2.

That aside, I've looked over my stats, and think I've found a few issues. Will post a screeny and any input is appreciated.

Format is 9-max $2NL.

     
  16-May-12, 12:37   #2
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Mober 
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I dont know about others, but i hardly can look at the numbers.
I even used a magnify glass and some of them are unreadable.
I dont know if it is possible to do so here, but a higher resolution pic would be better,
in order for others to help you analyse it.

     
  16-May-12, 12:52   #3
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sadamman 

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Think you need glasses mober. I can read it, although it does take some focusing. I've got eagle eyes Big Smile. Regarding the stat's, I'm useless, but if I'm reading it correctly, you're calling draws too much, and stealing/defending blinds too much.

     
  16-May-12, 13:50   #4
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rbdflyboy 

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@ Mober...if u click on the pic and use the zoom feature on the lwr r/h corner of the page...u shud be able to read it better.

     
  17-May-12, 07:38   #5
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Bump.

     
  17-May-12, 08:34   #6
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Chartoule 
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Variance sucks, lol.

You had a wrong ratio (imo) VPIP/PFR - 16/9 you call/limp more than you must do. You only call with hands you must raise (typical example is mid pairs vs limpers some people only calls but is best raise).

     
  17-May-12, 08:50   #7
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Well with a VPIP of 16.9, I'm wondering if I'm playing far too tight.

I think my opening ranges are:

UTG/EP - 22+, A10o+, AXs+, K10+, QJ+
MP - About the same, plus maybe Q10+. Axo+
LP - I steal pretty liberally from LP, especially from HJ and CO. I'd say any suited face, any ace, any 1-2gappers/suited gappers, low PP+.

It's suprising how rare people defend their blinds, and how quickly they will check fold the flop if they DO call a raise pre. The odd time your steal does get 3-bet or floated OTF, but for the most part blinds are pretty easy to steal.


     
  17-May-12, 11:39   #8
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I think your ranges are ok. NL2 are full of players that don´t know anything about how this game goes. A tight range is a winner range in that chase.

Steal in NL2 is, mph, difficult to analyze. We can find all kind of hard defenders or players how don´t care about his blinds.

     
  17-May-12, 13:01   #9
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IslandJack 

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I'm not sure you should be comparing this game to NL2.
It's Rush with a different name.
People will go or fold with top hands often enough.

I believe the real money is to be had in the connectors and the suited hands and set mining.
Just my opinion mind you. Only played zoom 2 times but did quite well playing these hands.
Strong hands will have more varience as a result of facing AA, KK and especially trips.
Trips are killers in these games.
My experience anyways, like in Rush.

     
  17-May-12, 19:21   #10
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Yeah, my observation is, that people play very tight, fit or fold poker. Seems like the only time you'll see a big pot, is in a monster vs monster situation. Just not as many donks willing to stack off with any 2, like in normal NL.

While it's pretty obvious I am definately beating the rake, I'd really like to improve my BB/100 so that I can work my way up limits faster.

     
  17-May-12, 19:32   #11
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pochui 

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i'm not sure if this is the case of just variance, but i have heard people had lower bb/100 rate at rush poker back at tilt, and they were wondering what's the issue with this...zoom/rush has a few small differences to normal multitabling, so study your stats a bit more and you will find those leaks, hey you are still winning and that's most important Big Smile

     
  17-May-12, 19:37   #12
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Macubaas 
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Mate it's almost impossible for me to look at those stats considering now i'm looking from my laptop...

Still, as a general rule i can tell you than on full ring and at those limits you only need to play premium hands and do very few bluffs Blink

     
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