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Description

View the historical performance of your opponents with Poker-Spy Graphs and quickly determine if you are playing against long term winners or losers. Poker-Spy Graphs also shows you how a player is performing in the current session! You can access player graphs anywhere you see the graph icon ( or ).

Click on the following links to learn more.

  • Graph fields
  • Improve your game with graphs
Graph Fields

See the following areas to learn more about Poker-Spy Graphs.

Title Bar

The title bar lists the name of the player for which the data is graphed.

Color Legend

The following colors are used to indicate the player performance.

  • Blue:Charts the Historical Performance
  • Yellow:Charts the player progress for the Current Session (player is losing)
  • Purple:Charts the player progress for the Current Session (player is winning)

Zoom

Click on any of the buttons to view a specified number of hands.

Improve

Poker is a game with a high variance. This means that in the short term anything can happen and even good players can experience stretches of bad luck where they are losing chips. Even so, bad players generally lose chips at a faster rate than good players and good players generally win chips more consistently than bad players. That said, let's look at what you can determine from your opponents graphs.

The first thing to look for in the graphs is the general trend of the chart. You want to find players that bleed chips over time and that means looking for charts with a general downtrend. You also want to avoid players that have a long uptrend since those players will be competing against you for the bad player chips.

Keep an eye out for players who are experiencing very quick upswings or downswings. Review the players starting hands and adjust your play accordingly. You will often find bad players who experience a quick upswing are going to stick around until they give most, if not all, of their winnings back. If you see a player on a big downswing, review the players starting hands and determine if he is on tilt. More often then not, the player will be on tilt rather than simply being unlucky. Players on tilt, often stick around bleeding chips away until they go all in. Those are chips just waiting to go into your pockets.

Use this information in combination with the Game Tracker to create a comprehensive picture of the table characteristics and the player characteristics and adjust your play accordingly.