I am trying to use fpdb to improve my understanding of the table opponents. I understand few displayed numbers as VPIP, hands, net profit. But are presents other numbers that I don't know how to use. Who can help me in understanding all the index presents in this HUD?

  • Whatever this fpdb is, don't they have some sort of documentation or entries in their FAQ about this ? Jan 27, 2013 at 12:26
  • I have tried to search for a tutorial, but in vain. I have found a lot a installation/configuration tutorials, but none about how to use in the game. I guess that the statistics used in this HUD is in some way a standart for poker players, so the developers has not spent extra time in developing further documentation.
    – emanuele
    Jan 27, 2013 at 12:52
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    Not sure if I've heard of it? Any links you could provide in the question would be helpful.
    – Toby Booth
    Jan 28, 2013 at 5:39
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    ok, I have added a link to the project web site.
    – emanuele
    Jan 28, 2013 at 10:47
  • Which stats are you unsure of? If you look at the screenshots page on the link you showed it tells you what each stat is. Is your question then how to use these stats or just what they mean?
    – Gaz Winter
    Jan 29, 2013 at 9:14

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Just had a quick look through the documentation for this.

I found the following information:

Default stat window layout

By default the stat windows have three rows and three columns.


Hands Player Name CB_1

WTSD Steal Net ($)

This layout can be changed in a number of ways, but for the moment much of this all involves manually editing the config.

More information can be found here

  • The last doubt. PF3 I guess is the 3-bet preflop. The source page define it as PF3=Three bet preflop/3rd. How can I relate this number with distribution of hand with which the oppo will 3-bet? PFR*PF3 ?
    – emanuele
    Feb 6, 2013 at 10:56

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