This is a discussion on Player Stats - Sharkscope within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; I've registered to Sharkscope as I have been playing freerolls for quite a few months now. It's telling me my Ability is: 52
The best way to use Shark scope is to look up other players. When I was playing on WPN you could look up my stats (.Inactive, Donkey Magnet), those are 2 accounts I started a bankroll from 0 in the micros.
I do believe Shark Scope has a hud which automatically downloads all their stats which I haven't seen but could be interesting.
What I would be interested in is the count (amount of games/tournaments) and the ROI (return on investment). Will tell you a lot about the player. I think everyone has an ability of 50 no matter what and it goes up from there. You are capped at 70 without moving up in levels (playing for more money).
14th September 2017, 4:08 AM
Poker at: pokerstars
Game: nl holdem
i wish how to know this stats
14th September 2017, 11:35 AM
Online Poker at: Poker Stars
Game: NLH always
re: Poker & Player Stats - Sharkscope
Hi Karl, thats a good idea about looking up other players, probably useful in bigger games than im playing at the moment. The HUD is for subscription members Im thinking, as is ROI.
15th September 2017, 3:51 AM
Poker at: ACR/BoL
Originally Posted by Tigerdoom
I've registered to Sharkscope as I have been playing freerolls for quite a few months now. It's telling me my Ability is: 52
My stats for the last 4 Weeks are based on the following:
75% Loosing Days
14% Break Even Days
11% Winning Days
I have no idea on how to compare these obviously I need to reduce the Loosing days and increase break even. How do these compare with other learners?
Hi. I don't know the formula and haven't used it a lot so take it for what it's worth, but it seems that no matter how good you do you are capped pretty low on the scale if you only play freerolls and low micros. I've looked up players that had a pretty high in the money percentage and a high roi but with an extremely low average buy-in and their score was in the 60s....and I've seen players that barely break even at higher stakes with scores in the 70s.