Wow erict87 I am sorry I did not reply before, I actually quit playing after posting this. I wish I did not, when reading this today. If your offer still stands I would really like to do a review today, trying to get back again :)
June 2, 2021 | 3:34 p.m.
I am playing a very TAGish style.
VP: 22, PFR: 17, 3b: 6
WTSD%: 30, WSD: 56, WWSF: 49
My standard is to be c-betting dry boards with strong pairs, draws and air, checking the midstrength hands. If I meet someone that is not folding a lot I bet stronger hands and x/c the top part of my medium range and x/f everything that is crap. If I meet someone that folds a lot I am basically doing the exact opposite.
It looks like I lose a lot in the blinds.
BB/100 per position:
April 3, 2015 | 1:12 p.m.
Thank you for your long answer.
I have read the mental game of poker twice and it is from there I have got my warm up routine for example. It is really a good book, and it have definatly helped me to not go on monkeytilt and such.
My problem isn't that I think I am in a huge downswing due to variance, I think I just am much worse than the other players. I would love to know what winners at 25,50 and 100nl are making to apply the concepts that they are using. Obv it seems like I am making something terrible wrong.
The GTO is not really anything I really am applying except it is a complete unknown I try to be sort of balanced, if I have reads and stats I am going along with those and try to play exploitable instead.
April 3, 2015 | 1:12 p.m.
I have had a break from poker for a little more than a year. Earlier I was a winning player at 50nl over atleast 200k hands, so when I made my comeback I figured out that I should probably start at 25nl to freshen up my game and I also bought a subscription here, read and took notes of every part of the basics part in BalugaWhales book, and also read about half of applications of no limit hold'em to sort of try to get a grasph of what GTO is.
Even that I have studied and tried to implement every element slowly in over 2 months, I am still getting totally crushed, And I really mean totally buttfucked.
How many of you have really experienced this? To not get anything at all to work at the tables. I mean, I am actually quite a bright guy, have made the mensa test and were 1% from getting in. Gonna try again, and that is really logic in its purest form, but poker just don't work out for me. I feel totally hopeless and have no idea what to do, except keep on travel downwards through the levels until I hit breakeven.
How did you do if you experienced the same thing yourself? How do you start to get things to work at the table and not just in the theory, why is it so fucking hard to make it work? I can't imagine there are a lot of players that is working more on their game than me on this level. I have a warm-up routine, reviewing every session, rarely find anything absurdly wrong I do. Maybe that's whats wrong, I have got it all wrong and am not able to review my game in a good way?
Sure my graph is over just about 70k hands, but 40 buyins is quite a lot. And the thing is that this is just zoom, at regular tables I am down about 12 buyins more over 60k hands.
Should I maybe just stop trying and give up? Have all my work been for nothing?
Here are my stats:
Fold to cbet flop/turn/river: