Some non-official sites keep those records. Sharkscope, OfficialPokerRankings, Pokertablerankings, and others do it.
These sites are illegal to use while you have your gaming software open though, as you can use them to look up other people during game play, which is an unfair advantage.
28th June 2010, 4:05 PM
Poker at: Fulltilt
Here it comes my first contribution to the forum
No dubt you need to give Poker Tracker 3 a try. It's easy to use and will give you from basic info to the most detailed stats. It can automatically import all your hand histories. Which by the way brings a new thing to talk about. I hope you have "Save My Hand Histories" checkbox checked under Options-->Hand History This is the only way you have to keep track of every hand you play.
You can try poker tracker 3 for free during 60days which is time enough to realise it's a must.
I hope it helps.
Good luck at the tables.
28th June 2010, 4:17 PM
Online Poker at: Carbon Poker
re: Poker & How do you look up your stats?
I used sharkscope. is good to say about 95 min and other prieteini when she says I look good. is very good. you will not regret trying.
29th June 2010, 3:51 PM
Poker at: Full Tilt
None of them track free rolls very well. This is problematic because the percentage of free rolls that players play is huge. Most people don't care about that I guess, but I recently looked up my own stats on a couple of these sites, and it made me laugh. (OPR and PTR) Anyone looking me up would have a completely wrong idea about how I play. Why? Because I play free rolls almost exclusively - very limited data.