Not a good start

After today’s reload I tried to get back right into the thick of things, but I couldn’t get much going early on. In the end I was able to recoup a little bit, but I finished the day down nontheless. Not too excited about it, but not much I could have done, I made two clearly bad plays that cost me two matches, but in the other ones…no chance. Anyway, I’m happy with the way I played.

Before I leave you with the usualy pic dump, let me introduce my newest idea: a while back I invested a little money and bought me both TourneyManager and PokerTracker3…around the “christmas break” I thought it was time that I put them to use, especially PT3. So I got myself all the tournament summaries and what-not and started to analyze a little. Now I know which are my most profitable games (in terms of net won) and I think I’ll keep hitting them hard. Now to my idea: with all the lovely analytical functions and stuff of PT3, one thing stands out in terms of blogging (IMHO)…and that is a simple graph displaying a few infos about a usual day at “the office”…so I’ll try to add one of those to my posts in the future…enjoy.

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Definitely a good idea to keep track of the results, I feel much better about how things are going now I’m looking at the results regularly. Also with PT3 once you get used to it you can set up specific stats to help you identify things that especially suit the way you play… very useful !

Comment by TanOrpheus 01.11.10 @ 12:47 am

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Yup, def…it’s not that I didn’t keep records before buying PT3, but my records were more like simple stats (games played, amount of games played, won, lost, etc) and only on a day- or session-basis. With PT3 I get more of the “bigger picture” including ROI for specific games and what-not and I’m only starting to scratch on the surface of hand- and position-analysis…def looking forward to getting a little more experience in that department and using the infos I can draw from it for my future game plan…

Comment by Ingoal 01.11.10 @ 1:05 am