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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunfrog
    What does meh mean? Is it a sound or an acronym?
    It's a sound. Pronounce it as if you would "yeah", but with an M.

    Anyone know what PFO means?

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    Oh dear. Sometimes, when mocking others, I realise that I am still indeed a complete idiot. Thanks for the pointer

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    lol those where the old days.
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    I've been looking around the forum and see VPIP or VP$IP (that one may not be quite right) and don't know what they mean.

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    A term assosiated with program called poker tracker.

    VPIP voluntarily put in the pot. Means how many times you saw the flop (outside of the blinds).
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    Quote Originally Posted by gder03
    A term assosiated with program called poker tracker.

    VPIP voluntarily put in the pot. Means how many times you saw the flop (outside of the blinds).
    Not quite, it means how often you voluntarily put money in the pot. There's a difference(though I imagine it wouldn't even add up to 1 percentage point)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonchkid
    Not quite, it means how often you voluntarily put money in the pot. There's a difference(though I imagine it wouldn't even add up to 1 percentage point)
    What would change it? If you called a SB, but folded before the flop if there were raises after you?

    Thanks for the info. I had gathered that people usually referenced the term when discussing their PT numbers, so that makes sense.

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    It is anytime you willingly put money into the pot, regardless if you saw the flop or not.
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    Bonch you are far too kind - definitely officially Poker Player 93.5!

    Cracking Acronyms by the way I have only heard of about 50% of these!!

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