What software would you recommend for analyzing one's game? I'm talking detailed number-crunching after the session, not online databases like sharkscope or in-game odds calculators (meh).
Is there anything that could pick up some of the patterns, good or bad, in my game, e.g.:
- hands that I'm least profitable with ("I should really start folding small pairs pre-flop")
- draws that I may be overplaying ("Those flush draws looked good but cost me 1BB each in the long run")
- games/formats that have not worked out too well for me historically ("I get distracted in any tourney that runs over 5 hours")
Running hand history logs through a smart parser would be technically straightforward (not to be confused with easy!), but if there is a good tool out there already, I wouldn't mind paying for it. It really has to be good though, plus there is always the paranoia factor that a great app you just downloaded could be revealing your hands along with those of hundreds of other users to its author, skyrocketing his ROI ಠ_ಠ
NB: there is a list that likely mentions some of the software I'm after (fingers crossed it would be in the "allowed" category), but there is no way I could trial all of that myself.
My game of choice is MTT NLHE @pokerstars on a mac, but don't let that limit the options you want to share.