6-Max Cash Game HUD

 
 
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Stats are colour coded to indicate too tight, normal and too wide ranges

The +EV cash game HUD’s are very intuitive and easy to use.

 
The panels are grouped by action type, which means, for ex. if you want to know how often your opponent c-bets, you just hover over the c-bet panel, and you will see the c-bet and fold to c-bet frequencies. The panels also use abbreviations, so you don’t have to memorize where the stats are located.

But it doesn’t end there – if you click on the panel, you will get many in depth popups, also grouped by sub-action type of the panel you clicked – for ex. c-bet panel has many c-bet specific popups. The popups go in fact so deep, that you can even use these to analyse your opponets’ game after the session. You can figure out their leaks, which you can then exploit in the future.

So in short, the +EV cash game HUD’s are easy to use in game, and the popups will go very deep, should you wish to pick someone’s game apart.

An example of the Advanced +EV HUD on the left.

Let’s take a closer look into the panels and the popups.

 
First, let me show you the 3 different versions of the +EV cash game HUD. As you can imagine, the Basic version has less panels, advanced has more and ultimate has the most.

So there’s something for everyone – if you prefer

  • cleaner table
  • smaller HUD

but don’t want to be at a disadvantage vs other HUD users, then the Basic is for you.

If, on the other hand, you are a

  • real stat-man or a woman
  • want to have more info on your disposal right on the HUD

then the Advanced and Ultimate HUD’s are the ones to choose between.

The 3 different versions of the +EV Cash Game HUD

Now, let’s dive into the HUD panels and the stats!

 
On the right you can see the Basic +EV HUD. Take a look at the “main panel“, maybe you recognize all the stats without reading the guide. But if you don’t, let’s go over them, starting from top left.

First row:

  • Note icon – to read/write notes on your opponent
  • Number of hands – always important to know the sample size
  • Abbreviations of the stats below – so you know exactly which stat is which

Second row:

  • Opponent name in short
  • VPIP – the mother of all stats
  • PFR – almost as important as VPIP… the father of all stats?
  • 3-Bet – knowing the 3-Bet of the players behind you, helps you adjust your opening range
  • Squeeze – helps you adjust your calling range and also your opening range

The RFI Vs Steal and C-Bet panels

 
RFI by position panel shows how often a player enters into an unopened pot with a raise – Raise First In. It shows all the stats from early position (E) to small blind (S). The small letters before the number mean the position.

Vs Steal

C-Bet panel shows how often a player makes a continuation bet (CB) on the Flop, Turn, or River.

Fvs” shows how often a player folds vs a CB on all 3 post flop streets.

The Ultimate HUD specific panels

 
The detailed c-bet panel gives you the c-bet and fold vs c-bet stats filtered to in position (IP) and out of position (OP). This gives you a better understanding of your opponents’ ranges, depending on your relative positions to each-other. Some players c-bet the same regardless, but some c-bet more IP and less when OOP, so you can make better adjustments.

The c-bet panel is related to the “vs/after missed c-bet panel“. It is also divided into IP and OP. The “B” stands for Bet, and tells you how often your opponent bets after they called the preflop raise, and on the flop the preflop raiser did NOT c-bet.
The “F” stands for Fold, and tells you how often your opponent folds, after they had the opportunity to make a c-bet, but instead checked.
These are very useful stats, because some players only bet when they have it, some bet like 80%+. The folds are even more easier to exploit vs someone who c-bets very merged and folds every time they don’t have showdown value and when they call they have a weak hand.

Aggression panel shows the aggression for flop, turn and river. These are useful to get an idea of who might be betting too many weak hands, or who’s not betting enough and might be too value heavy.
Knowing how to use aggression stats to your advantage can be very useful.

The preflop popups

 
There are so many popups, that you will have all the info you could ever need from there.

If you have a reasonable sample size on your opponent, then you could even do a player analysis just using the popups. It is a much faster way to find leaks in your opponent’s game, than doing a full analysis using the reports. It might not be as in depth, but doing a quick analysis on more of your opponents is a lot better than doing 1 or 2 deep analysis on some, or – let’s face it – no opponent analysis at all, because it takes so much time.

Here you can see the popups that are only for preflop. Popups are also a constant work in progress, so they could look a bit different with more stats added, but the overall layout will still be the same.

The popup layout

 
All the popups have the popup name on top, so you know what it’s for. In the bottom it has the player name and how many hands you have on them, so you know how much weight to give to the stats.

The popups are on a nice dark background, the text is formatted to make finding what you are looking for easy. The stats are placed on a lighter background, to give contrast to the text part, so your eyes will find the stat area instantly.

Let’s also go over this particular popup. On the first stat row you can see the steal frequencies on the CO, BU and SB. Then you can see the fold vs 3-bet and 4-bet stats after making a steal. On the next part, you will see, how the player reacts to steals on the SB. The stats are placed so they are right below, where the steal came from, this way you will get very precise information. Then below that is the same thing for the BB. BB section also has stats for facing a SB steal.

The postflop popups

 
Here you can see the postflop popups. There’s even more popups for postflop situations than there is for preflop.

The postflop popups are divided in two big columns: SRP (single raised pots) and 3-Bet pots, this makes it very easy to find the right info fast. The stats are also filtered to IP (in position) and OOP (out of position) where possible, which gives you even more precision. If the sample size isn’t big enough to get reliable data for IP and OOP, there are also the overall stats, which take less time to converge, so you’ll still have some data to work with.

The postflop popups are especially helpful in the session/player review, where you have time to go through multiple popups, to see how different stats interact with each other. This way you can write notes on other players and next time, when you meet them on the tables, you are already one step ahead of them!

Postflop popup example

 
Let’s take a look at one of the postflop popups. At the top you can again see the title of the popup, in the bottom, the player name and number of hands. The colour scheme is also the same as for the preflop popups – text is on a darker background and the stats are on a lighter background.

The popup is divided into two big columns: on the left you can see SRP (single raised pots) and on the right 3-Bet pots. All the stats below belong to these types of pots. This makes finding the correct stats very easy.

The first three rows of stats below both pot types show the overall stats, when facing a c-bet. Then the next part shows how the player reacts to c-bets, when they are IP vs the c-bettor. The next part to that shows how they react to c-bets being OOP.

Separating between IP and OOP is very important, because in theory, the frequency of c-betting IP should be higher than OOP and this helps you exploit the ones who c-bet the same, regardless of their position.

The last part shows how often the player folds to delayed c-bets, both IP and OOP. Update: now it also includes Raise vs Delayed C-Bet stats for IP and OOP.

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