What is a VPIP in Poker?

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Last Updated: December 28, 2023


VPIP in poker stands for Voluntarily Put Money In Pot, and is one of the most common poker stats. It tracks how often a poker player voluntarily places their chips in the pot. This stat can help you assess how tight or loose your opponent is. 

VPIP Poker Example:

VPIP is shown as a percentage. For instance, if you play 100 hands in one session and voluntarily play preflop in 35 of them, this means that your VPIP is 35%.

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