Rush Poker stats

by PokerAnon ~ January 30th, 2010. Filed under: Fold equity, aggression and bluffing, General poker strategy, Poker theory, Rush/Zoom Poker.

Time for some players stats from my rush poker stats.

Now, something is odd, but so far I can’t figure out what. In the exported data I show me with 16,587 hands while the HEM Report Manager shows 13,145 which I think is accurate. I have around 8,000 hands on Stars during the month, so that’s not what’s getting mixed in, and 26,000 total cash hands in the database at Tilt, and I don’t think I’ve played any tournies during this time so I’m not sure what else is in here.

But I think it’s close? So my stats, 95% at $10nl full ring at the Rush tables. The Report Manager shows VPIP of 18, PFR 14, Steal 61, CBet 82% (and + 12.77 bb/100, thank God I’m at least winning).

After removing me from the data, the player pool average VPIP 18.6, PFR 7.9, Steal 16.2, CBet 29.7.

If I multiply individual stats by the total hands per player, then summed and divided by the total number of hands, the VPIP is 17.0, PFR 7.3, Steal 15.4, CBet 27.5, all just slightly off the average. I think this suggests that the one’s that I’m running across more frequent (meaning more hands, meaning likely multi-tabling like me) are not that different from the average players, at least as a whole.

Now, some of the outliers, like I have 7.7% of players who steal 100% of the time, and 17.6% of players are stealing at least 50% or more of the time. And this already filtered for at least 10 hands on each player, so I think that there are players who, like me, are using the anonymity to play very aggressively, at least early in the hand. Yesterday I opened 22 on the button and was 3 bet from the big blind. HEM said that he 3 bet 50% of the time so I 4 bet and he snap folded.


If I think of more ways of looking at this data I’ll do so, but I’m considering moving to $25nl full ring for the most part, which will change the data somewhat. I’ve stuck with $10nl because 1) I don’t have much bankroll at Tilt, 2) it’s a new game to get used to, 3) I don’t have a lot of experience with the $10nl player pool or the cash game player pool at Tilt.

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