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    Hello,
    that means "Rsd"?
    example Skip Flop CB and Check-Raise - Singel Rsd Pot OOP.

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    That stands for 'Raised'.

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    You mean this means that it is when that action Villain open prés flop ?

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    It would be whoever the stat is for. The cbet presupposes preflop raiser.

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    sorry i am french and i am not sure of understand.

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    The pre flop raiser skipped his continuation bet out of position and check raised the opponents bet after he checked when he could have cbet

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    When he have (rds) in stat that means, (initial raiser).

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    Yes, rsd means raised pot.

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    Real thanks !

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    Well.
    Why when i take the stat 1 -''RCB.srp.ip" the rollover see ''Flop Raise CB Rsd Pot IP"
    and when i take the stat 2-''RCB.rsd.oop'' the rollover see "Flop Check-Raise CB Rsd Pot OOP"
    other 3-"XRRFPFR" the rollover see" Skip Flop CB and check-Raise SingelRsd Pot OOP"
    other 4- "CRFR" the rollover see "Flop Check-Raise - Singel Rsd.

    Rsd mean not just "no limp" ?

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