Session Analysis

lumberjackl
lumberjack

Wouldn’t it make sense to explain the mistakes made that impact your IQ for preflop thru the river for each session analysis?

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  • pgearan
    pgearan
    Admin

    @lumberjack said:
    Wouldn’t it make sense to explain the mistakes made that impact your IQ for preflop thru the river for each session analysis?

    The best way to do this currently is looking at your Session Report for the rows in red in The Situations You Bet or Raised and Situations Where Your Opponent Bet or Raised boxes. This would give you a good start to see when you acted opposite of where you stood at the moment. Also the hands labelled Questionable in the Hands the Analyzer Suggested for Review . Those combinations of hands are the ones likely to have hurt your IQ, and outcomes (independent of bad luck), the most.

    But you make a good point and we'll discuss how we can continue to evolve the feedback systems to give this kind of input.

  • lumberjackl
    lumberjack
    Veteran

    Also, I understand the concepts of pot odds, equity and position, but IQ feedback in instances where I over-bet/under-bet throughout each point in the hand, would be very helpful.

  • lumberjackl
    lumberjack
    Veteran

    @pgearan said:

    @lumberjack said:
    Wouldn’t it make sense to explain the mistakes made that impact your IQ for preflop thru the river for each session analysis?

    The best way to do this currently is looking at your Session Report for the rows in red in The Situations You Bet or Raised and Situations Where Your Opponent Bet or Raised boxes. This would give you a good start to see when you acted opposite of where you stood at the moment. Also the hands labelled Questionable in the Hands the Analyzer Suggested for Review . Those combinations of hands are the ones likely to have hurt your IQ, and outcomes (independent of bad luck), the most.

    But you make a good point and we'll discuss how we can continue to evolve the feedback systems to give this kind of input.

  • rcmorear
    rcmorea
    Veteran

    One thing I've noticed, I'll finish a session and it will say I had 85 IQ on the flop (other times it says 125, but different cards, I get that). But then, in the hands suggested for analysis, there's just a couple questionable pre-flop hands--nothing about the flop. That's odd.

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