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    • PokerTracker
      Joined: 07.06.2011 Posts: 694
      You could do at least a couple different things:

      1. In something like "View Stats -> $/T -> Statistics" use "Summary" and "Starting Hands" for the report view. From there either right-mouse-button and "Configure Report" to add the stat of interest or instead click "More Filters..." on the left to add it.

      Click the "Hand" column at the top once or twice and this will re-sort all the report rows in ascending order of hand strength (i.e., weakest at the top, strongest at the bottom).

      2. In the same window use "Holdem Hand Range Visualizer" in "Report". This is a heat map view of your starting hands so the darker the color the more the cards were played. You'll notice the premiums will be grouped in the upper left so you'd be focusing on the rest of the heat map. Click a starting hand and use the lower window to access the hands themselves.

      As you'll see the visualizer gives a birds-eye view meaning it will be easier to spot which hands you might be overplaying.
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