re: Poker & Graph analysis
Originally Posted by bhood1776
With very limited information here's some general thoughts.
-1,100 non-showdown= you're folding to hands that you might still be ahead in or calling raises you shouldn't then folding later once you don't hit.
+340 showdown= positives numbers so good. You might not be betting enough when you have the best hand. Maybe making small bets so you can just get something?
-900 all in ev= calling or shoving in the wrong spots or maybe over playing hands like a big ace or pp's 77-JJ?
These are just guesses and I know you wanted graphs for in depth, but maybe some of the othere here can help you in just a more general sense.
-900 allin EV. When you're all in, you have an expected value
for your hand at the point you went all in - if you're a coinflip, you have 50% equity, so if the pot is $100, your Ev is $50. This generally means you're running bad when you're all in, this is 18bi's below all in Ev. However, this is not a good thing to pay attention to - it doesn't tell you much about whether you're playing well or not, esp when you're not all in (doesn't tell you anything about situations where you're not all in).
If your red line (non-sd winnings) is below zero, this means you're putting money in the pot and then folding. Think about the possibility that you're calling too often when you shouldn't, the possibility that you're missing opportunities to steal pots postflop, and the possibility that you're two or three barreling air in bad situations to try to steal pots postflop and getting blown out of the pot when you get raised. Can't say which it is without more info.
You may want to post your positional stats if you'd like more help.