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gEMDate: Monday, 2009-08-31, 8:25 PM | Message # 1
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Im new to the program so these options might be available and i just dont know how to use them. If thats the case id appreciate instructions on making them come up properly.

1. No total hours played info and no hourly/weekly/monthly/quarterly/yearly win rate info is available. An ev-adjusted version of each stat would also be needed.

2. Cannot see the percentage of sessions where i win money,cannot see total number of sessions played though i can see them individually and check if i won money in it and how much.

3. Can see EV adjusted numbers for individual hands but not total for that hand type.

4. I inputed 70% rakeback for merge but do not see this register anywhere other than an option on graph . My total win is therefore off by almost 1k or (sadly) 150%

5. what is donk factor?

6. is there a info file i can save so if i lose my pc i can redownload sharp stats and input that file and have my old stats back?

this is all withing 5 min of using the program might notice more in future. If these option are included please tell me how to find /use them.

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redlotusDate: Tuesday, 2009-09-01, 3:20 PM | Message # 2
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1. No total hours played info and no hourly/weekly/monthly/quarterly/yearly win rate info is available. An ev-adjusted version of each stat would also be needed.

Time played is one of the things that I am working on for version 1.01. This includes a $ per hour stat (for sure) and I can probably make the other time-frames available in a report.

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2. Cannot see the percentage of sessions where i win money,cannot see total number of sessions played though i can see them individually and check if i won money in it and how much.

You're the first person to ask for this type of information. I will see if I can add it as part of v1.01

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3. Can see EV adjusted numbers for individual hands but not total for that hand type.

EV-adjusted netwin is certainly available for the Statistics tables. Right-click a Statistics table and select "Displayed Stats". Double-click the EV-Adjusted Win stat and click apply. When you refresh the stats, EV-adjusted Win should be included.

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4. I inputed 70% rakeback for merge but do not see this register anywhere other than an option on graph . My total win is therefore off by almost 1k or (sadly) 150%

I will add a rakeback stat for version 1.01. I will also be improving the rakeback calculations for the Merge network since SS currently calculates RB using the dealt method only.

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5. what is donk factor?

It is a measure of how well you are "getting your money in good." More specifically, it is the pot size times your equity minus the amount that you have contributed to the pot on that street. Note that this stat is only calculated for hands where you went to showdown.

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6. is there a info file i can save so if i lose my pc i can redownload sharp stats and input that file and have my old stats back?

Unfortunately, no. You would have to reimport your hands and/or keep a backup of your database using PostgreSQL directly.

Let me know if you have any other questions or comments.

Thanks,
-red

 
gEMDate: Tuesday, 2009-09-01, 10:40 PM | Message # 3
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ty this is an excellent program
 
JPFisher555Date: Saturday, 2009-10-31, 11:31 AM | Message # 4
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IMO, this program is a long way from a useful tracker program like HEM or PT3. However, it has one very useful stat that IMO can be used to make an excellent program that is worth purchasing. This stat is street by street EV.

IMO, the developer should concentrate on having this program be able to import all hands from the user's HEM or PT3 database and then compute the player's EV for preflop, flop and turn streets. Filters should be by date, blind level, poker site, number of players and pot size. IMO, this information, which is not available from HEM or PT3, would make the program a viable one worth purchasing for about $25.

The developers of PT3 state that eventually PT3 will have these EV stats available, but PT3 has been released with this promise for over a year and its developers still do not have a date that these stats will be developed for PT3.

 
redlotusDate: Saturday, 2009-10-31, 2:08 PM | Message # 5
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Hi JP,
That's a very good idea. I think that I know enough about the HEM database structure to do this, but I it would take a bit more time to adapt it to PT3. The biggest problem for the end-user would be the amount of time the EV calculations take. 100K calculations could take up to 18+ hours to complete.

Anyway, if you could "flesh out" how you would like to see the data presented, I'll see if I can get some time to work on this.

Thanks for the suggestion,
-red

 
JPFisher555Date: Saturday, 2009-10-31, 4:07 PM | Message # 6
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By EV, I really meant chance to win or win percentage. What is useful is for every hand that reaches showdown to know your chance to win by percentage preflop, on the flop, on the turn and win rate at showdown. You would not necessarily need to calculate the expected winnings because the win percentage will tell you about your luck. You can compare your win percentage on each street to your win rate at showdown. If you win percentage is above 50% preflop, then it should improve each street. The win percentage stats would tell you a lot about your hand selection, flop luck, turn and river luck and whether you are staying in hands too often.

You could turn these stats into Expected Value Winnings (Sklansky Bucks) calculations by street for all showdown hands if they can be completed in a reasonable time, but this is not more useful than win percentages. If the program can import hand histories from all the major poker sites, then you don't need to access HEM or PT3 databases because both programs can export their hand histories.

IMO, this type of program would be much more useful than another tracker program.

 
redlotusDate: Monday, 2009-11-02, 10:22 AM | Message # 7
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I must be missing something because it looks like you are asking for things that SharpStats already does.

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By EV, I really meant chance to win or win percentage. What is useful is for every hand that reaches showdown to know your chance to win by percentage preflop, on the flop, on the turn and win rate at showdown. You would not necessarily need to calculate the expected winnings because the win percentage will tell you about your luck. You can compare your win percentage on each street to your win rate at showdown. If you win percentage is above 50% preflop, then it should improve each street. The win percentage stats would tell you a lot about your hand selection, flop luck, turn and river luck and whether you are staying in hands too often.

SharpStats will already display your pre-flop, flop, and turn equity versus all other known hole cards on a hand-by-hand basis. Were you looking for some sort of aggregate or average?

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You could turn these stats into Expected Value Winnings (Sklansky Bucks) calculations by street for all showdown hands if they can be completed in a reasonable time, but this is not more useful than win percentages

The Sklansky Bucks calculations are significantly quicker than the equity% calculations. SharpStats already makes these calculations and you can view the results both in the stats tables and on the graphs.

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If the program can import hand histories from all the major poker sites, then you don't need to access HEM or PT3 databases because both programs can export their hand histories.

SharpStats already supports the "big 2", but I don't have hand histories to develop parsers for other sites. If I were to build a third-party add-on for PT/HeM, I could bypass the need for these parsers since both trackers store the information in site-neutral formats.

My apologies for the delay in my response. I am currently on a business trip and my free-time has benn/will be spotty at best.

Thanks,
-red

 
JPFisher555Date: Monday, 2009-11-02, 11:06 AM | Message # 8
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What I am suggesting is a stat that tells you your average win percentage for all your showdown hands for each street before the river. This would be three stats one for preflop, flop and turn. In addition, it would be nice to turn these three stats into 3 additional stats that tell you your Sklansky bucks for each street in all showdown hands. Poker EV did this for PT2 databases, but was very slow and is out of date. These stats would tell you more about your luck than an all in expected value calculation or even expected winnings for all showdown hands because it would tell you how often you were ahead on the flop, got unlucky on the turn which is the worst kind of luck because more money is bet on the turn than on the flop and often more than on the river.

If sharstats had these stats and could derive them from your HEM or PT3 database, then it would definitely be unique, so far, and be worth purchasing. The developers of PT3 claim that PT3 will eventually include these stats. However, they claimed this when they released their beta over one year ago, claimed it when they released their program over one year ago and they still will not give a date when PT3 will have these stats. HEM has never announced plans to include these stats. A third party program exists that can tell you your expected winnings versus actual winnings for all showdown hands for HEM database. However, this stat does not reflect the bad luck of being beaten by a turn card and then getting more money into the pot.

 
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