how can i keep track on my sng wins/losses

    • Skibula
      Skibula
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      hey all,

      i wish to keep track on my sng winning and losing

      i wish to know how much % i win of all the sng im playing

      how much i loose

      how much i finish specfic place..


      and the main question.


      how can i do this? there is a software?

      for now im using an excel file ..

      but every sng i need to go the excel and update it ..


      :-(


      there is a way to get all those stats from poker stars? maybe on xml? (LOL?)

      or there is a software

      maybe elephant ?
  • 9 replies
    • SallaMC
      SallaMC
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      Joined: 20.09.2007 Posts: 721
      Hi there,
      I would think that the Holdem Manager can do this for you. I am currently using Omaha Manager and it actually gave me some stats for the Omaha MTT that I once played for fun.
      It is 50$ for the lowstakes version and 80$ for the pro version. A tool like that was promised by the Elephant developers a while ago, but so far it is still missing, as far as I know. If you have the money to buy the holdem manager, then go for it. You can test it for 2 weeks for free. That should help you making up your mind.
      Cheers, Sebastian
    • Skibula
      Skibula
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      i guess it would be chiper to build one by my self on .net :-)

      i just dont know how to get that data in xml or someting...


      all my winning and loosing
      on sng

      on xml format or something like that...


      poker stars does not support that?
    • tokyoaces
      tokyoaces
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      You can get discounts on tracking software in the PokerStrategy store.


      i guess it would be chiper to build one by my self on .net :-)
      Even if you consider buying the full versions of these products with no discount there's no way that's cost effective.
    • lennonac
      lennonac
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      Joined: 02.05.2009 Posts: 1,421
      If you are not prepared to buy a piece of tracking software you are not in the slightest bit serious about poker.

      PT3 or HEM are essential, they are more than just a way to record your wins and loss.

      Basicly what I am saying is people without one or the two will never be very successfull
    • Skibula
      Skibula
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      Joined: 09.07.2008 Posts: 86
      Originally posted by lennonac
      If you are not prepared to buy a piece of tracking software you are not in the slightest bit serious about poker.

      PT3 or HEM are essential, they are more than just a way to record your wins and loss.

      Basicly what I am saying is people without one or the two will never be very successfull


      i agree in the long run i have to be with that software

      for the little shorter long run

      i want to proove to my self that i have the skills
      we both know that i can be kickass in live games but suck on online

      i want to see if i have what it takes to becaome good at online game..

      first i will see how that goes
      after that first think when i will take it to the next step i will buy it..

      for now i will keep track of my game
      then i will analsis it and will see..

      did i had luck?
      i played good?
      maybe i just wont like that...
      maybe im of those player who need to see the oppoent..

      we will see...


      thanks alot !! :-)
    • Kimber88
      Kimber88
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      Joined: 08.07.2008 Posts: 1,333
      Hey mate

      There is a free tool. I have copied this from another website:
      (I guess it's ok to link to 2+2? Link to original thread: Free Program)

      To install it go to https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=226872 and download the zip or tar.bz2, unpack it, and follow the instructions in docs/install-in-* for your operating system (e.g. docs\install-in-windows.txt).

      This is alpha1, as the name indicates it is still at a very early stage. The importer and database are nearing completion but the GUI in particular is not very functional yet and the HUD is missing alltogether.

      If anyone wishes to help with development that would be very very welcome and I've put a few notes in docs/readme-dev.txt in the download for what you could do. Or just start coding and send me the patches
      If you're not a programmer and you're not interested in learning it you can still help simply by trying it out and sending bug reports and feature requests. To avoid unrealistic expectations I'd like to state that it'll be a long time until fpdb reaches feature parity to established paid-for closed source software.

      Feature List (short now, growing fast ):

      You can edit/add whatever you like, it's all python and SQL. The code should be fairly straightforward I think and I put some notes into readme-dev.txt but feel free to ask.

      Backend, Distribution
      =====================
      - Choice of MySQL/InnoDB or PostgreSQL. (not tested on PostgreSQL)
      - It is possible to run the database on one PC, the importer on another, and then access the database with the table viewer or HUD from a third PC. (note: do NOT do this unencrypted over an untrusted network like your employer's LAN or the Internet!)

      Site/Game Support
      =================
      - Initially only full support for PS, FTP coming soon
      - Supports Holdem, Omaha Hi and Omaha Hi/Lo. Stud and Razz coming soon.
      - Supports No Limit, Pot Limit, Fixed Limit NL, Cap NL and Cap PL
      Note that currently it does not display extra stats for NL/PL so usefulness is limited for these limit types. Suggestions welcome, I don't play these.
      - Supports ring/cash games, SnG/MTT coming soon

      Tableviewer (tv)
      ===========
      Tv takes a history filename and loads the appropriate players' stats and displays them in a tabular format. These stats currently are:
      - VPIP, PFR and Preflop 3B/4B (3B/4B is not quite correct I think)
      - Raise and Fold % on flop, turn and river. Fold only counts hands when someone raised. This can be displayed per street or as one combined value each for aggression and folding.
      - Number of hands this is based on.
      - SD/F (aka WtSD, proportion of hands where player went to showdown after seeing flop)
      - W$wSF (Won $ when seen Flop)
      - W$@SD (Won $ at showdown)
      For all stats it also displays how many hands this particular is based on


      IMPORTANT: The database format WILL undergo more changes and at this point I am not planning to write a converter so please keep your history files so you can re-import when necessary. Independent of this you should always keep the original raw files in a safe place with any tracking software. Should you however end up loosing your files somehow let me know and I'll try to help.
    • lennonac
      lennonac
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      Joined: 02.05.2009 Posts: 1,421
      Originally posted by Skibula
      Originally posted by lennonac
      If you are not prepared to buy a piece of tracking software you are not in the slightest bit serious about poker.

      PT3 or HEM are essential, they are more than just a way to record your wins and loss.

      Basicly what I am saying is people without one or the two will never be very successfull


      i agree in the long run i have to be with that software

      for the little shorter long run

      i want to proove to my self that i have the skills
      we both know that i can be kickass in live games but suck on online

      i want to see if i have what it takes to becaome good at online game..

      first i will see how that goes
      after that first think when i will take it to the next step i will buy it..

      for now i will keep track of my game
      then i will analsis it and will see..

      did i had luck?
      i played good?
      maybe i just wont like that...
      maybe im of those player who need to see the oppoent..

      we will see...


      thanks alot !! :-)
      Remember to know if you are beating a limit you need around 10,000 sit n go's at one buyin level. Short term you will know nothing and that is 100% fact, I have played around 5000 sit n goes and I am break even although my EV line is very positive. I still do not know if I am a winning player or not.

      Please remember that there is no short term in poker
    • Skibula
      Skibula
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      Joined: 09.07.2008 Posts: 86
      Originally posted by Kimber88
      Hey mate

      There is a free tool. I have copied this from another website:
      (I guess it's ok to link to 2+2? Link to original thread: Free Program)

      To install it go to https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=226872 and download the zip or tar.bz2, unpack it, and follow the instructions in docs/install-in-* for your operating system (e.g. docs\install-in-windows.txt).

      This is alpha1, as the name indicates it is still at a very early stage. The importer and database are nearing completion but the GUI in particular is not very functional yet and the HUD is missing alltogether.

      If anyone wishes to help with development that would be very very welcome and I've put a few notes in docs/readme-dev.txt in the download for what you could do. Or just start coding and send me the patches
      If you're not a programmer and you're not interested in learning it you can still help simply by trying it out and sending bug reports and feature requests. To avoid unrealistic expectations I'd like to state that it'll be a long time until fpdb reaches feature parity to established paid-for closed source software.

      Feature List (short now, growing fast ):

      You can edit/add whatever you like, it's all python and SQL. The code should be fairly straightforward I think and I put some notes into readme-dev.txt but feel free to ask.

      Backend, Distribution
      =====================
      - Choice of MySQL/InnoDB or PostgreSQL. (not tested on PostgreSQL)
      - It is possible to run the database on one PC, the importer on another, and then access the database with the table viewer or HUD from a third PC. (note: do NOT do this unencrypted over an untrusted network like your employer's LAN or the Internet!)

      Site/Game Support
      =================
      - Initially only full support for PS, FTP coming soon
      - Supports Holdem, Omaha Hi and Omaha Hi/Lo. Stud and Razz coming soon.
      - Supports No Limit, Pot Limit, Fixed Limit NL, Cap NL and Cap PL
      Note that currently it does not display extra stats for NL/PL so usefulness is limited for these limit types. Suggestions welcome, I don't play these.
      - Supports ring/cash games, SnG/MTT coming soon

      Tableviewer (tv)
      ===========
      Tv takes a history filename and loads the appropriate players' stats and displays them in a tabular format. These stats currently are:
      - VPIP, PFR and Preflop 3B/4B (3B/4B is not quite correct I think)
      - Raise and Fold % on flop, turn and river. Fold only counts hands when someone raised. This can be displayed per street or as one combined value each for aggression and folding.
      - Number of hands this is based on.
      - SD/F (aka WtSD, proportion of hands where player went to showdown after seeing flop)
      - W$wSF (Won $ when seen Flop)
      - W$@SD (Won $ at showdown)
      For all stats it also displays how many hands this particular is based on


      IMPORTANT: The database format WILL undergo more changes and at this point I am not planning to write a converter so please keep your history files so you can re-import when necessary. Independent of this you should always keep the original raw files in a safe place with any tracking software. Should you however end up loosing your files somehow let me know and I'll try to help.
      well infact im a .net c# programer
      so if i can help u with that that can be nice :-)

      send me PM with msn if u got and we can talk :-)
    • Kimber88
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      Joined: 08.07.2008 Posts: 1,333
      Hey again.

      It's not my program, but send a message to the guy in the article I referred to.

      If you missed the thread link it's: http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/45/software/free-open-source-poker-tracking-software-fpdb-v-0-11-2-bug-fixes-03-jul-2009-a-273001/

      Good luck :)