Action frequency stats are now styled differently to the EV, EQ and EQR stats. Action frequency stats are the same color as in the strategy grid (fold=blue etc.) and instead of colouring in the whole cell, are represented by a bar with width proportional to the frequency %.
This makes the reports more friendly to look at, and much easier to read the table and skim it for information and patterns.
There are many more stats and options available now. To make them easier to find, they have been grouped into collapsible filter categories.
Checkboxes have been added next to all the stats available in the filter, so you can control exactly what is displayed in the reports table. If a stat is ticked, it will be visible as a column in the reports table. If unticked, it will be hidden.
The filter sliders next to each stat show the values for the low and high limit being filtered, allowing for more precision over results.
Moving the slider will only show matching flops that fall within the range set by the slider. e.g. flops where cbet is higher than 75%. Filter sliders still work even for stats not being displayed.
Setting multiple slider filters allows you to build complex compound queries to get answers to poker macro strategy questions of your choosing. e.g. to find flops where 1/3 pot cbet is higher than 75% AND OOP x/r vs 1/3 pot is higher than 15%
A reset all filters option has been added to return all the values and column visibility back to the default state.
Average values row added for all flops and filtered flops
These have been added to the top of the report, and are frozen at the top, so that they are always visible even when scrolling.
The top row contains the average value of all (unfiltered) flops. 1755 for NLHE and 573 for short deck. If filters have been applied, the average values of the filtered flops are shown in the second row. The number next to the filter icon in the Board column shows the % of flops that pass through the filters.
This allows you to see at a glance what the average play is in a spot, and whether a flop (or set of flops) is higher or lower than average for any stat. For example, lower than average fold, higher than average check raise.
Flops classified by suitedness and texture
New Columns have been added for Suited and Texture
For Suited, all flops are one of either:
- r (rainbow = 3 different suits)
- fd (flush draw = 2 cards of same suit)
- m (monotone = 3 cards of same suit)
For Texture, all flops are one of either:
- high paired (TTx-AAx)
- low paired (22x-99x)
- high connected (highest card T or more & connected)
- low connected (highest card 9 or less & connected)
- disconnected (not connected or paired)
As with all columns in the table, it's possible to sort these columns in ascending or descending order by clicking on the column header. To hide them, click the suited or texture checkbox in the General Stats section of the filters.
To only show flops of a certain suitedness or texture, select according to your preferences in the Board Selection selection of the filters.
It's also possible to filter flops by extensive board categories, e.g. Ace high rainbow, Ace high FD, 3BW, T high FD etc. There are over 30 categories to choose from, and multiple options can be selected, so you can see strategies specific to the flop types of your choosing.
In the Grouping section of the filters menu, there are options to group flops in the table and histogram by
- None (default)
- High card (A,K,Q,J,T,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2)
- Extensive Board Categories
Selecting one of the grouping options changes the row selection from flops to a group of flops meeting the chosen criteria. After making a selection, each row in the table shows the average stats for each item in that category.
For example, grouping by high card shows the average stats for Ace high flops, King high flops, Queen high flops etc. Grouping by suited shows the average strategy for rainbow, flush draw and monotone flops.
The histogram will update to show groupings on the x axis instead of flops.
This is a quick and powerful way to discover high level winning poker strategy takeaways.
Many new stats have been added! Click the checkbox to add or remove the columns from the reports table, and use the slider for each to filter results.
The addition of all these stats combined with the filtering slider provides the ability to conduct powerful research to gain strategy insights for almost any flop situation you can think of.
Discover new macro patterns in spots to simplify your strategy or exploit opponents who are deviating wildly.
Here's a sample of what's available:
- OOP EV
- OOP EQ
- OOP EQR
- IP EV
- IP EQ
- IP EQR
Flop: OOP Strategy
- Bet x/y/z%
Flop: OOP vs x/y/z% bet
- OOP Fold vs x/y/z% bet Freq
- OOP Fold vs x/y/z% bet Global
- OOP Call vs x/y/z% bet Freq
- OOP Call vs x/y/z% bet Global
- OOP Check-raise [size] vs x/y/z% bet Freq
Flop: IP vs OOP Check
- IP Check
- IP bet x/y/z% Freq
- Flop: IP vs OOP x/y/z% Bet
- IP Fold vs x/y/z% bet Freq
- IP Fold vs x/y/z% bet Global
- IP Call vs x/y/z% bet Freq
- IP Call vs x/y/z% bet Global
- IP Raise [size] vs x/y/z% bet Freq
- IP Raise [size] vs x/y/z% bet Global
Frequency stats show how often a play is made once getting to that spot. For example, how often OOP x/r when IP bets after OOP check.
Global stats show how often a line occurs, taking into account the frequencies of the actions that lead to that spot.
For example, let's say OOP x/r with 50% frequency on a certain flop. But on this flop OOP should only check 10% of the time, and when facing a check IP should only bet 10% of the time. The x/r frequency is very high at 50%, but the spot hardly ever happens (0.5%). Compare that to a flop where OOP x/r 15%. This time OOP checks flop 100% and IP bets 100%. In this case the x/r frequency is lower than in the first example, but OOP will get to x/r far more often (15%).
Global stats are useful for seeing how common spots and actions are relative to each other, allowing you to focus study on where it matters most; e.g. to find the most common x/r spot, as well as the flop you should x/r the most on.