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Checking bad beats with PT? - Sat Apr 16, 2011, 11:17 AM
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Since: Jan 2011
Posts: 467
Hello,

Not sure this is in the right place. Guess it'll get moved if not.

I'm slowly going nuts over bad beats.

It seems to me, when i look back at my hands (on poker tracker), that the poker Gods are picking on me. I can find lots of hands where I am 75% in front yet loose. In many 80% or more untill the river.

There always seems to be an ace when i don't want to see one and never when i do. Single card flushs or runs apear to be the norm.

Finding hands where I came from behind is a much harder job. Seems to me about 5 to 1. Am i misunderstanding something here?

What I'd like to do, to put my mind at rest, is use poker tracker or some other program to check (without my bias seaching) exactly what the numbers are.

Can i check this on tracker? if so, some simple instructions would be very much appreciated.

Thanks

Steve.

P.S Sorry to hear what's happened to you guys in the US. Time to grab that flag of yours and stick it up some butts over there. Maybe just the poll.
 
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Sat Apr 16, 2011, 07:31 PM
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Since: Dec 2010
Posts: 217
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I can't help you with instructions...
However, when I tried out PT some months ago my numbers regarding win % for hands( AA, AK,JJ,...whichever) were right in line with where they should be. As I remember it was only for 2k hands or so, but it was remarkably close.

Sorry I can't be of more help
 

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