re: Poker & Poker Tracker Final Hand Results
Originally Posted by zachvac
yep, it makes no sense to give a final hand if you fold 35o preflop.
But that's not really what it means. It means no flop was seen at all by the table. If you fold 35o, but others remain and the flop is 333 and everyone else in the hand folds after the flop (for whatever reason), it will register as quads in your Poker Tracker final hands section. Only if you AND everyone else fold PF will it not register. Make sense? I'm really not sure why it's there since it WILL register hands you were never in. Maybe because it shows out of XXXX hands XXX were flush/str8/quad... so you can see how "rigged" online poker is .
Example for me,
Total Hands: 12,747
(from starting hands area)
Total Times: 8323 - 65% of the time flops were seen so 35% of the time they are not. Which makes sense in mostly SNGs, heads up a lot may be folded PF.
Of the flops+ seen (8323)...
Straight flush: 3 - .036%
Four of a Kind: 9 - .108%
Full House: 172 - 2.067%
Flush: 172 - 2.067%
^^intersting exact same Full House as Flush
Straight: 274 - 3.292%
Three of a Kind: 367 - 4.409%
Two Pair: 1392 - 16.725%
One Pair: 3596 - 43.206%
High Card: 2338 - 28.091%
This does not mean I saw the flop, and this does not mean I won the hand. It's purely what I would have/could have/did have after the flop+. For example, one of my "high card" hands someone else would have beat me with a pair of K's. However, since I folded it's saying I had
only a high card in my hand played or not - won or not.
This is a very small sample. I'd be interested to see the same results from someone with 100K+ hands to see how they compare to what they should
have been dealt.