# Poker Stats Tracking

DriveHUD software has recently introduced 58 poker stats tracking features to track your records. It offers a range of calculations and stats. A player can use knowing which one is more relevant and important. You can ignore different statistics except three, which we will talk about in the next section, if you are new to poker software. You can add more poker stats tracking features to your game once you have understood how to use the poker tracking software depending on your style of play, and your chosen table size.

# Important poker stats tracking Features

• Preflop Raise (PFR)
• Postflop Aggression Frequency (Agg)
• Voluntarily Put \$ in Pot (VPIP)

These three basic statistics are the best for a beginner to get an idea of the poker game. The player requires only 25 hands or so to get a good idea of the game.

### PFR:

it indicates how many times a player raised before the graphing down.  The high and low value represents the aggressive and passive player skills. Aggressive players are always considered to be a good player. The simple rule of understanding poker stats tracking is your PFR should range between 0% to the maximum of your VPIP value. For example, you VPIP score is 35%, then you PFR can’t reflect more than 35%. Preferably, it will be little lower than you PFR but not too low.

Weak players and beginners are shy and call preflop, whereas good players raise preflop. For you, there’s another term which is fold, if you can’t raise preflop then you can consider folding.

### Postflop Aggression Frequency:

Agg is the number that reflects how aggressively you play postflop. The greater this number, the aggressive you are. The value must be coming out of the interpretation of VPIP. A player with fewer flops automatically gets higher aggression percentage. It means these players hold top-quality hole cards and knows to play good hands aggressively postflops:

• because players with speculative hands are forced to fold before they get free cards
• because if they hit the flop or have a dominating hand, a bet or raise will increase their return

### VPIP:

This percentage reflects how many times you bet; called, or raised. It shows how quickly and often you pay money voluntarily into hand before facing the flop. Paying the small blind, the big blind, or the ant is not considered voluntarily. The higher this value, the loser the player is the lower this value, the tighter the hand selection.

Strong player understands the pot is strong when they have decent hands to start and they invest money after a thorough research. The sensible way to measure the ratio is to keep you VPIP at the best value.

## What are the good numbers?

PFR: Between 2% and 3% lower than VPIP

Postflop Aggression Frequency:50% to 60% is ideal

VPIP:between 15% and 20%

The above three stats mean nothing if you can’t keep your winning rate positive. A sensible way to keep your score/win rate at a pace with table sizes, different stake levels, and opponents to measure your winning rate in a big blind. Make your numbers positive in order to save your money. See where your opponents are weaker and drop a lower stake level. If you are winning consistently then you should consider going up to a higher stake level.