mager wrote:The example stat i'm giving here is "Limp first in(excluding SB position), Call preflop, call flop cbet and then fold to turn cbet". Fancy name for limp/call and then folding to double barrel(with some exceptions):
mager wrote:I'm trying to build a "call flop c/r and bet next street" stat.
mager wrote:I'm having troubles creating another stat. I really hope you can help me with it as well.
mager wrote:The first one:
Opponent check-raise flop(=check, I bet, he raises), I call the check-raise, and then he bets on the turn.
I think my stat build is correct(let me know if i'm wrong). I just need two clarifications:
1. Whats the different between "cash_hand_player_detail.flg_t_open_opp" and "cash_hand_player_statistics.flg_t_open_opp"? Why the first one worked and the second one didn't?
2. Whats the different between "lookup_actions_f.action LIKE 'XR'" and "lookup_actions_f.action = 'XR'"?
mager wrote:The second one:
(Kind of the opposite direction): I check-raise the flop, my opponent call, and then I bet on the turn and he fold.
My questions here are still valid. The columns PT4 cnt_f_face_xr/cnt_f_face_xr_call is completely different then PT3, I guess I should use the new one?
I could not understand how to build the second part of the stat(assuming I can copy-past the cnt_f_face_xr_call part) - i.e my opponent facing turn bet(cbet/open-bet or whatever it should be in this situation) and folding to it.
mager wrote:One more question I have:
What is the different between:
a. cash_hand_player_statistics.flg_t_face_raise AND lookup_actions_t.action = 'F'
b. cash_hand_player_statistics.enum_t_face_raise ='F'
and why isn't 'b' valid?
mager wrote:So, just to make sure I got it right, This is how the second stat would look like:
mager wrote:Ahh sorry for asking so much but I just took a look at the way PT4 uses "3bet vs x open" and it's different. Do you mind to explain?
If it's complex to explain, just let me know how to build this stat for "3bet vs EP open" and "3bet vs MP open". The rest(vs SB, BTN, CO) is already exists.
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