What is AFQ in Poker?

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Last Updated: January 23, 2024


AFq in online poker stands for Aggression Frequency and is a statistic that shows you in a percentage form how often a player is aggressive on the preflop, flop, turn, or river. The formula for calculating a player’s AFq is ((Bets + Raises) / (Bets+ Raises + Calls + Folds)) * 100. In other words, it includes all of the player’s actions, except for checking.

AFq Poker Example:

Let’s say that a player has an AFq percentage of 35%. This means they will take aggressive action only about one in three times. This would make them very passive. In contrast, if they have an AFq of over 65%, they are likely a very aggressive player.

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