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Statistics Tour
What is it ?
The menu
The reports
     - Sessions Report
     - Basic Strategy Report
     - Deviation Indexes Report
     - Bet Spread Report



What is it ?

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The statistics page is a useful tool to monitor your session results and to spot the weaknesses in your game.
You can find the detail and results of the sessions you played as well as the detail of the errors you made.
Knowing where you make your errors will help you improve your game.


The menu

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When you arrive on the statistic pages you first find the menu, which is a way to select the statistics you want to view.

The menu has two lines :
- The first line enable you to select the group of sessions you want to view the statistics for.
You find first "Overall(all sessions)" which will take all your sessions into account.
Then a list of systems you played. In the next Example we have
Basic strategy | Hi/low (Illustrous18 + Fab4) | Hi/low (Sweet16 + Fab4) | Hi/low (Full) | KO | reKO
These are all the strategy this player used during his sessions, selecting one will filter the sessions.
- The second line enable you to select the report you want to view for the selected group of sessions.
The "Overall" and the "Basic strategy" sections have 2 available reports : "Sessions Report" and "Basic strategy Report"
The other systems sections have 3 available reports : "Sessions Report", "Deviation iIndexes Report" and "Betting Spread Report"

A link on the top right of the box enable you to delete ALL your statistics. It will delete all your sessions so be careful when using it.





The reports

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There are 4 kinds of report.
- The "Sessions Report" : Showing the result of your sessions
- The "Basic Strategy Report" : Showing the errors you make with the basic strategy
- The "Deviation Indexes Report" : Showing the errors you make with the deviation indexes (card counting only)
- The "Bet Spread Report" : Showing the errors you make with the bet spreads (card counting only)

Sessions report

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The "Session Report" is a summary of all the sessions you have played.
It is divided in 3 parts.
- The first part is a table listing your sessions, with several informations, like the system which was used, your percentage of errors and the result.
It only shows the 10 last sessions but the "Show the full list" link on the last row will display all the sessions.
If you want to delete a single session, it is possible to do so using the red cross at the right end of the corresponding line.
- The second part is a graph showing the health of your bankroll, you can see if you are actually winning or loosing.
- The third part is a bar graph tracking the individual sessions results.

Here is an example for the "Sessions Report" in the "Overall" section of a user.



NB : The Errors column display the number of wrong decisions you made over the total number of decisions you had to make. That number might be inferior to the total number of hands you play because some hands are stand automatically (Hard 17 or more for example), and there were no decision to make.

Basic strategy report

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The "Basic Strategy Report" is a list of all the different hands you met and how you played them according to the basic strategy.
When you view it from the "Overall" section, it includes all the hands you played, even when playing in card counting mode, but it only take the hands where no indexes were used to make the statistics.
For every case it shows the number of times you met that hand, the number of times you made an error, your percentage of error, and then a little graph showing that percentage, so you can quickly spot the problematic hands.
It is a fairly long table as it shows all the different hands you met.

Here is an example for the "Basic Strategy Report" in the "Overall" section of a user.
It has been cut in the middle to avoid having a too big image.



Deviation indexes report

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The "Deviation Indexes Report" is only available when you have played at least one session using a card counting system.
It lists the indexes of the system and shows how you played them.
A little graph at the right end of each line shows the proportion of errors you made for each hand.
- The red part represents how often you followed the basic strategy when you should have used the index.
- The blue part represents how often you used the index when you should have followed the basic strategy.
The total of these 2 coloured sections is your total percentage of error for this index hand.

Here is an example for the "Deviation Indexes Report" in the "Hi/low (Sweet16 + Fab4)" section of a user.



Bet Spread report

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The "Bet Spread Report" is only available when you have played at least one session using a card counting system AND a bet spread.
It lists the different counts you met when playing the selected system and the errors you made according to the selected betting spread.
As you might have played with a system using different betting spreads, the table is split in different sections. The first one being all the different betting spreads together. The following sections take each betting spread individually.
A little graph at the right end of each line shows the proportion of errors you made for each count.
- The blue part at the left end of the graph represents how often you bet too small.
- The red part at the right end of the graph represents how often you bet too big.

Here is an example for the "Bet Spread Report" in the "Hi/low (Sweet16 + Fab4)" section of a user.