The Detailed Statistics screen shows an in-depth summary of how you play. Every statistic recorded is shown here, broken down by street and by position where relevant.
All the statistics are presented following the flow of a hand: preflop, blind stealing, postflop.
Each statistic has a tooltip describing in more detail what the statistic means:
The numbers in light grey show how the statistics are calculated. The major statistics show the numerator and denominator to the right of the statistic value:
Statistics by street or position show just the denominator in parentheses.
What do BB/SB/BTN/CO/MP/EP mean?
These indicate your position on the table.
|CO||Cut-off (one before the button)|
You can let the mouse cursor hover above any of these to see the definition in a tooltip.
What do IP/OOP mean?
|IP||“In Position”: you were closer to the button than your adversary|
|OP||“Out of Position”: your adversary was closer to the button, and therefore “had position” on you.|
Why are certain statistics not broken down by street or position?
We’ve added breakdowns for stats by street or position when a dedicated player can reasonably expect to have a significant sample size. We omitted stats where even in a database of one million hands, there wouldn’t be enough data for the statistic by position to be useful.
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