## Poker HUD Stats Glossary & Meanings

Your poker HUD is an amazing tool – but with so many stats to choose from (and even more available in the popup) they can become quite confusing. In my 6max workbook you will find lots of stats – so many that I needed to create an entire glossary dedicated to them. So this is directly from the back of the book and it:

• Shares the shorthand for the stat
• A quick definition for that stat
• And related stats when applicable

If you are brand-new to HUDs and don’t fully understand even the basic stats – please read my Getting Started With HUD Stats article first and it will clear things up nicely. And with that said, enjoy!

3BET: How often a player 3bets preflop. See the glossary for more information on 3bets.

4BET+: How often a player 4bets, 5bets, 6bets, etc. when given the opportunity preflop.

AF: Aggression factor. A ratio of how often a player takes an aggressive action vs a passive action. The formula is (bets + raises)/calls. A high number implies most of their actions are aggressive. This book only shows total AF, and not per street AF.

AFq: Aggression frequency. This is a percentage of non-checking postflop actions that were aggressive.  For example, an AFq of 60 means a player made a bet or raise 60% of the time he bet, raised, called, or folded. This book only shows total AFq, and not per street AFq.

ATS: Attempt to steal. How often a player open-raised from the CO, button, or SB when given the opportunity.

BET F: How often a player bet the flop when given the opportunity.

BET R: How often a player bet the river when given the opportunity.

BET T: How often a player bet the turn when given the opportunity.

C2BET: How often a player called a preflop 2bet. This includes calling open-raises and isolation raises.

Cv3BET: How often a player called a preflop 3bet. This book only shows how often they called the 3bet when they had previously put money in the pot.

CvATS: How often a player called when facing a steal (also see ATS).

CvFCB: How often a player calls a flop continuation bet (also see FCB)

FCB: How often a player continuation bet the flop when given the opportunity after being the final raiser preflop.

FCBi3BP: How often a player continuation bet the flop after 3betting preflop.

FCR: How often a player check-raised the flop when given the opportunity.

FDONK: How often a player donk bet the flop (by betting into the preflop aggressor). (also see Leads in the glossary)

FFLOAT: How often a player bets the flop in position after the preflop aggressor fails to continuation bet.

Fv3BET: How often a player folded when facing a preflop 3bet. This book only shows how often they folded vs the 3bet when they had previously put money in the pot.

FvATS: How often a player folded when facing a steal (also see ATS).

FvFBET: How often a player folded when facing a bet on the flop.

FvFCB: How often a player folded when facing a flop continuation bet.

FvFCBi3B: How often a player folded facing a flop continuation bet in a 3bet pot.

FvRBET: How often a player folded when facing a bet on the river.

FvRCB: How often a player folded when facing a river continuation bet.

FvRS: How often a player folded when facing a resteal (also see RS).

FvTBET: How often a player folded when facing a bet on the turn.

FvTCB: How often a player folded when facing a turn continuation bet.

IP: In-position. Some stats will have an IP qualifier that means the stat is only looking at opportunities where they were in-position on that street.

LIMP-C: How often a player limps and then calls a preflop raise.

LIMP-F: How often a player limps and then folds facing a preflop raise.

LIMP-RR: How often a player limps and then re-raises facing a preflop raise.

OOP: Out-of-position. Some stats will have an OOP qualifier that means the stat is only looking at opportunities where they were out-of-position on that street.

PFR: Preflop Flop Raise. How often a player raises preflop given the opportunity. This ranges from 0-100, where higher numbers mean a player is raising tons of pots preflop.

RCB: How often a player continuation bet the river when given the opportunity after being the final preflop raiser and betting the flop and turn.

RCR: How often a player check-raised the river when given the opportunity.

RDONK: How often a player donk bet the river (by betting into the turn aggressor)

RFI: How often a player open-raised preflop. This is sometimes shown by position (e.g. EP RFI) which shows how often they open-raised from that specific position given the opportunity.

RS: How often a player 3bet against a steal attempt

RvFCB: How often a player raises after facing a flop continuation bet

RvRCB: How often a player raises after facing a river continuation bet (triple barrel)

RvTCB: How often a player raises after facing a turn continuation bet (double barrel)

SQZ: How often a player squeezes preflop. (also see Squeeze in the glossary)

TCB: How often a player continuation bet the turn when given the opportunity after being the final raiser preflop and betting the flop.

TCR: How often a player check-raised the turn when given the opportunity.

TDONK: How often a player donk bet the turn (by betting into the flop aggressor)

VPIP: Voluntarily Put \$ In Pot. How often a player voluntarily puts money into the pot given the opportunity. This ranges from 0-100, where higher numbers mean a player is involved in tons of pots.

W\$SD: Win \$ At Showdown. How often a player won some money the times they got to showdown.

WTSD: Went To Showdown. How often a player saw showdown given they saw the flop.

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