Poker-Spy’s™ Hand Analysis Report allows you to review hands classified in over 15 pre-flop play situations. This report allows you to quickly determine exactly how your opponents are capable of playing any holding.
You can access the Hand Analysis Report in the following ways:
Click on the following areas to learn more:
The Hand Analysis Report can be customized from the following settings:
The Hand Summary Report has the following categories:
Raising situations in where the player elected to limp into the pot instead of raise
Raising situations where the player elected to call instead of raise
Situations where a player called the blind and re-raised when the action return to him. This is the equivalent of a check raise (but in a pre-flop situation).
Situation where a player attempted to steal the blinds. A player is attempting to steal the blinds when all of the following are true:
Situations where a player defended his blind. A player defends his blind when all of the following are true:
Situations where a player cold called a raiser for 2 or more bets. A Cold Call occurs when a player calls two or more bets while being the first player after the raiser to put chips into the pot
Situations where the player limped into the pot with a questionable holding. These are hands is normally not played in this situation according to standards like the Sklansky
Situations where the player called with a questionable holding. These are hands is normally not played in this situation according to standards like the Sklansky rankings
Situations where the player called with the losing hand. By analyzing these hands you will be able to determine if this player is unbluffable, makes many loose calls on the river or calls on the river in appropriate situations
Situations where the player bet on the river with the losing hand. By analyzing these hands, you can determine if a player is making incorrect value bets or is simply bluffing. Poker-Spy will identify hands where a player is likely bluffing with the POSSIBLE BLUFF indicator
Situations where the player raised on the river with the losing hand. By analyzing these hands you will be able to determine if this player was making value raises or capable of making a bluff raise on the river. Poker-Spy will identify hands where a player is likely bluffing with the POSSIBLE BLUFF indicator
The Hand Analysis Report has the following fields:
Loose/Tight rating for this player. See Poker-SpyGame Tracker for more information on this field
Passive/Aggressive rating for this player. See Poker-SpyGame Tracker for more information on this field
The name of the player
The Name field also serves as an indicator of players you want to play against, or players you want to avoid. Based on the information from the LT and PA fields, Poker-Spy will highlight the players as follows:
Click on the graph icon ( or ) to view a graph of how the player has been performing historically
VP$IP is the abbreviation for Voluntary Put Money In Pot. It is the percentage of time a player voluntary puts chips in the Pot. Blinds do not count unless a player completes the small blind or calls a raise from either blind
Number of Bet actions divided by number of Check actions. This is a measure of Passiveness - Aggressiveness
When it is time for a player to make a decision, he often has the choice between betting or checking. Over time, aggressive players will bet more often than passive players
Number of Raise actions divided by number of Call actions. This is a measure of Passiveness - Aggressiveness.
When it is time for a player to make a decision, he often has the choice between raising or calling. Over time, aggressive players will bet more often than passive players
Percentage of time a player has Reraised. This is calculated by dividing the number of Reraise actions by the total number of player actions
Percentage of time a player has Check-Raised. This is calculated by dividing the number of Check-Raise actions by the total number of player actions
Identifies all possible pocket card combinations
Only the pocket cards for which you have played a hand and you have won or lost chips are displayed. The pocket card ranking are color coded as follows:
Many players check raise in a very predictable fashion. You need to know these tendencies so you can take advantage of them. The check-raise section of the Analysis Report is designed to highlight these tendencies.
This section of the analysis shows all hands where a player check-raised. The hands are grouped by the type of hand the player had at the time of the check-raise, the street and the player position. Hands are further color coded to identify strong hands (green) and weak hands (red).
For example, in the above report, every time this player check raised the river, he had a strong hand and won the hand.