VPIP: Voluntarily Put $ In the Pot
VPIP is one of the most fundamental stats in poker, as it shows one of the key attributes of an opponent: their willingness to enter a pot. VPIP is the percentage of hands where a player voluntarily puts money into the pot. You might hear a player with a high VPIP described as loose and a player with a low VPIP described as tight.
Knowing your opponent's VPIP is the first step to guessing your opponent's cards. If their VPIP is 10% in early position, you can infer that they play hands like:
but almost always fold hands like:
VPIPper_hand: true opportunity: round == P instance: in_front_after > in_front_before split position