Definition of Float Flop% given in the knowledgebase is “Percentage of the time a player calls a flop c-bet when they don’t have a made hand or draw”. But this definition really makes little sense as it can only work for the times the hand goes to a showdown.
Also, what you are referring to is “floating” in the old sense. “Float Flop” actually means “% of time that a player bets the flop in position after he’s been checked to by the pre-flop raiser”. Most of the poker coaches also refer to this definition when they mention Float Flop in their videos.
Similarly, we can have Float Turn and Float River stats as well.
Please look into this and if possible change the definition.
I hear you. However, float is the definitions that has been used for a very long time. I’ve heard people use incorrect terms in poker for decades.
There are some stats that combine some of these terms, but we can add something that is for example: Call Flop as PFC and bet turn, and Call Flop as PFR and check turn. These are mostly good for HU’s games, as anything outside of that would take a very long time to aggregate and normalize.