If you read my HUD configuration from last time, you’ll see where I’m headed with this Pop up configuration article. The HUD Popup comes into play with larger samples and is fully customizable. That’s why I have a custom pop-up for every stat in my HUD. You might be asking at this point: ‘If your HUD is so full of key data why do you need a pop-up?’
If you’re anything like me, you’ll have spent weeks on end configuring your HUD. The best HUD setup is being able to using it quickly, effectively and without fuss. With so much data available though it’s hard to know which HUD stats to choose. We’ve all needed Poker HUD help from time to time so here’s my contribution in helping you understand your poker HUD.
I presume most people reading this are either HEM2 or PT4 users. However, I still use some stats you may not have come across before. The definitions for all are here: Hem2Definitions and PT4Defintions.
Most of our Poker energy is spent finding and devouring the recreational players. The trouble is, other regs’ like you are doing just the same. You’ve likely got into these ‘raising wars’ in the process, kind of ‘who has the last bet’ scenarios. Sometimes the only way to get a great read on these troublesome regs’ is to do a poker player analysis. Discovering how they construct their hand ranges and creating player notes, will have you beating the regs and picking you up a nice boost to your winrate.
You have probably heard the saying, ‘Failing to prepare is preparing to fail’ and this is no truer than in poker. Your poker pregame routine and preparation to grind are vital for your progress and plugging poker leaks. If you’re skipping the poker warm up, or never doing it at all, you’re doing yourself a huge dis-service in doing so. Let’s look at a few factors you may have overlooked.