The long-term premium hands always go for a profit.
In the short term variance can lose or play badly preflop and postflop. What you would have to do is look at how many hands and see if you played well for the long term to do the analysis.
For example can have AA and end JJ all in preflop against villain and lose, but it would be something positive and you'd be making money in the long term despite losing specifies that hand, but if you got AA and you raised preflop and postflop not played a boat against many people and ended all in on a flop hard you play badly and you'd need to change your game.
These are two simple examples greetings