|main||what's new||software||download||order (register)||contact-about|
Using Pokerstat is like having a VCR capture every observed detail of every poker
session for your archives. The archive is invaluable in correcting your own
weaknesses, evaluating your opponents abilities and tendencies, evaluating the
expected value of your current table, checking the card distribution integrity,
monitoring your performance at different game limits/types, etc.
I started playing online poker in early 1998 at Casino Coco. Since then, I've played
at ten different sites, and won at every site that I played enough hours. I play $15/30 and $20/40
Holdem at Paradise Poker. I only wished that Pokerstat was available sooner
in my online career.
The most important stat on an opponent would be
his flop-seeing frequency, the second most would be his blind
releasing frequency (in tighter games). This info alone makes PokerStat
From my own 8-10 players profile:
Anybody who sees more than 35% of the flops is definitely a fish, avoid the guys with < 23%, especially their raises. If you see a player releasing more than 55% of his big blinds to a steal raise, you can attack him from cutoff and button.
Away from the table, perusing opponent's starting hands is a source of valuable info as is thinking about other stats of his/hers. Do not pay attention to other opponent stats during actual play, do it away from the table.
And most importantly, look hard at your own stats. PokerStat's power lies within the realm of self improvement, not opponent crushing. It will give you more valuable info on yourself than on your opposition.
Of course, this is all very hush-hush. I didn't tell you any of this.
"Ever want to know what percentage of
Holdem flops you (or an opponent) sees from the big blind?
How about what percentage of showdowns you win?
Pokerstat tells you this and much more, putting a
mountain of objective, statistical knowledge at your
fingertips. Unwieldy and confusing pages of
hand history data about yourself *and* your opponents
are instantly summarized into clear, concise, concrete
facts. Knowledge is power, making Pokerstat one
powerful program for online poker players."
- Steve Badger (world champion poker player)
"Just what I wanted, something that helps make me more money with online
poker. A few mouse clicks, and every hand you have
played is ranked and sorted, plus a ton of statistics.
The software has many features, for example, one I found interesting was a list of
every opponent and how much they have won/lost. The list had who would you
expect was winning (the better players), but with a few surprises. A few
that I've paid little attention to, it seems.
Every hand you play is a lesson, PokerStat allows you to review the
lessons you didn't pay attention to the first time. You've already paid
for these lessons. Use them, because some of your opponents are using them
against you with PokerStat!"
"Just a short note to say thank you for the wonderful PokerStat program. I've
read lots of books since taking up hold'em, but none have made me see the
mistakes in my game as well as PokerStat. While I'm certain I'll never be a
great player (perhaps not even a consistent winner) I do feel that your
program has given me an edge over players of a similiar ability. I've gone
from bottom of the money list in my player database to the top since buying it!
In fact I like it so much that I've recommended it in the beginners post of
the 2+2 forum, although I'm not sure if I should've done this because I
don't want too many people knowing how useful it is!"
- DS (poker player from London)
One thing I like about it is that it keeps track of my progress much better than I do.
My favorite thing about this program is that it is able to sort through many hands using filters to show the results of different starting cards. This seems to help bring home the importance of strong starting hands.
The one thing I like best besides the obvious (brilliant tool for a serious pokerplayer) is the historygrabber feature. It enables me to concentrate on the play by not having to check ever so often if it is time to request hand histories (I always play two tables). I don't miss any hands now!
PokerStat makes it real easy to dump KJo, early position in an aggresive, semi-tight 3/6 game. The profit just is not there. You can not argue with the numbers. I got away playing that hand in 1/2 but not at this level.
|Try PokerStat for Free!.||Purchase PokerStat.||PokerStat help system.||Trouble reading in hand history files?||Frequently Asked Questions.|
|Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or with this web form , if you have ANY comments or suggestions!||Check out some poker-related links!|