One of the easiest things you can look at is which hands are making money and which hands are losing money. Sort by number of blinds won/lost per hand type if you can, and then start at the bottom. These are the hands that are losing the most money and are very likely your worst leaks. You will probably be surprised at which hands you find here! Either ...
In general, you're playing too loosely. Since you show only aggregate info, it's impossible to pinpoint specific errors you're making, but there are some things about your charts that stand out and are important to address.
Look at your losing table. Where are you losing most of your money? It's the blinds. You're playing a lot of hands from the blinds and ...
Your VP would still be 33% as you could have raised/called when you were in SB and BB - the tracker will only exclude walks where action was folded round to your BB.
As for the PFR, this generally means 2-bets so will also be 33% given you raised once out of three hands where you had the option to. Your 3-bet and 4-bet stats are recorded separately and ...
I have started doing a bit more analysis in my games. I load up HEM2 before a session and review a few tournaments from the day before.
I mainly look at the hands where I have lost the most money and see how it could have been avoided. Look for the following:
Should I have been in the hand in the first place?
Did I play a marginal hand too aggressively?
I haven't used Poker Tracker myself, I use HEM2.
In that you simply right click and hold the button down while you drag it into the new position. Not sure if its the same though.
A quick google suggests that you ctrl+click and drag.
As suggested by Toby in the comments below, more information can be found here:
Poker Tracker Guide
Usually, for preflop play it goes like this:
VPIP / PFR / 3B / F3
1) VPIP: Voluntarily Put Money in Pot, i.e. how often a player raises & calls. The higher the stat, the looser the player
2) PFR: Preflop Raise. How often the player raises preflop. The bigger the gap between VPIP and PFR, the more passive the player is.
3) 3B: 3-bet percentage ...
Couldn't agree more. Position is king.
One thing you could try to download Jivaro. It's a free poker stats overlay for PokerStars and will show you your stats and the stats of your opponents.
If your playing 9 handed cash games, you should have quite low VPIP ℅, say less than 20℅.
There's a good 1 page version of starting hands that shows you in a simple ...
What Christ said is exactly right. I would only like to add this: POSITION POSITION POSITION. Most important part of skillful poker.
This took me too long to learn, and will require some off the table study. For UTG, UTG+1, MP1, etc., 9 hands, figure out based on the games you have been in, what an acceptable opening range is. Do this for every seat.
On MY (...
The answers to your questions will vary drastically based on your HUD sample size for each stat. I will continue assuming that you have you have at least 50+ hands for each stat (which I doubt is true) and that you have at least 500+ hands on him overall.
Should hero fold, call, or 3 bet with following hands: QQ, AQ, 98s, JTo?
3bet QQ, AQ, and 98s 100% ...
Point wise answer
Here is a beta for andriod HUD
I don't think HH is stored on the phone anymore. If you make an HUD it will have to determine actions literally by looking at the action
Pokerstars will point you to the list of allowed features in an HUD but not much more. once it is ready they will ask for a demo copy of the software to see it does not ...
The poker sites I've played offer me these stats:
(1) Number of flops seen in the BB position
(2) Number of flops seen in the SB position
(3) Number of flops seen in other positions
(4) Number of flops seen in total
(5) Hands won at showdown
(6) Hands won without showdown
Where applicable these are also displayed in terms of a ...
Just had a quick look through the documentation for this.
I found the following information:
Default stat window layout
By default the stat windows have three rows and three columns.
VPIP PRF PF3
Hands Player Name CB_1
WTSD Steal Net ($)
This layout can be changed in a number of ways, but for the moment much of this all involves ...