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Tracking Your Records Is a Key for a Winning Online Poker Play

As many poker players consider the ‘online poker play’ as their hobby, passion or even a source of living, hence it’s quite important for them to keep a track of their poker playing sessions Judi Online.

All real businesses have accountant to track their cash flow. For the growth of any kind of business or company and to increase its profits, you must have the knowledge of where you make your profits and what accounts for your losses. Online Poker Play is no exception.

If you don’t keep track of your all the sessions you play, its quite impossible fro you to genuinely analyze your game. As you need to learn where you make your money, and what amount of money each game field makes for you.

Almost all winning poker players become losers at a particular limit. If the only number you keep track of is your total bankroll, you will never lean if any particular limit is a money pit for you.

For example, if you make $50/hour playing a $10/$20 game, but lose $20 an hour playing $20/$30, as long as you played more hours of $10/$20, at the end of the month you will have ended up on top. Because you see the month as being in the black, you will keep on playing $20/$30, not knowing how much money it’s costing you to do so.

What Details You Need To Track?

The more details you record and track, the more interesting reports you can make with those details. You need to decide exactly how seriously you care to go and are capable of going.

Regardless of what you prefer, some items are quite necessary for all players to track. For every session you should track the Date When You Played, The Time You Spent at the Table, The Limit You Played, Your Total Buy-in Amount (including all cap-ups and rebuys) and Your Total Cash out Amount.

These details will help you to learn your profits/losses, hourly rate, BB/hour ratio, yearly trends (what months are more or less profitable) and how many buy-ins deep you go in for on average.

To make your records more informative, you can also keep track of your Position, Variant, and Individual Players at the table, Day of Week, Time When You Played and How Your Mood was.

These details will help you in knowing the Position Where You Make The Most of the Money, What Days of The Week or Times of The Day You Tend to Play Your Best Game, How Your Mood Affects Your Game, How Individual Players Affects Your Results and Which Variants Are More Profitable for You.

All these details are quite necessary for a professional poker player to know.

So if you’re a sporty player, the first set of results will surely help you to improve your online poker play.

How You Can Track Your Poker Playing Details?

The best way to track your poker playing details is note them down in a little pocket-diary at the table. When you are at home, record them in an Excel Spreadsheet. Thus, you can easily get instant records and results of your online poker play and also make a thorough analysis of your game.

If you don’t know how to use an Excel Spreadsheet, then start leaning it now. Get help from the online tutorials and install that program now. When you have got an elementary knowledge of that program, you can just start creating your poker playing stats tracking spreadsheet.

Let’s have a look at a very simple stats-tracking setup:

A. Date When You Played – 9 December 2010

B. Number of Hours You Spent At The Table – 2 Hours

C. Limit You Played – $10-$20

D. Total Buy-in Amount – $2,000

E. Total Cash-Out Amount – $4,000

F. Net Earning From Total Online Poker Play -$2,000

G. Net Earning Per Hour – $1000

The first five columns (A-E) must be filled out by you, but the last two can be populated by Excel automatically; to do that you must put a formula into each field. When you click on a field and enter an equal sign into that field, Excel will detect that you’re creating a formula.

Updated: July 14, 2018 — 12:16 am

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