Originally Posted by MaxMx2
3 days - it's about nothing. I've tried PT4 for a month and even that was not enough since you only get more or less sufficient hand history by the end of trial. So you can see and test what features a tool has and how to tune it but you can't really check if all these stats improve your play. You can only guess and hope that you will get some outcome when you have a solid hand history for a good number of your opps.
And yep, $6/month it's more expensive than HM or PT if you gonna use any of it for a long time.
For Jivaro, 3 days of a lot of playing was enough as there are not a lot of options to change and the info is still quite basic. It's very easy to use, but the other side of the coin is that it's not moldable to what you really want to do. It has all the important information (or what the developers consider the most important information) like 3-betting, fold to 3-bet, stealing, fold to stealing, c-betting, and aggression per street. But you cannot change it, if you prefer to see other things like 4-betting on flop if you would like to, while I think with HM and PT this is possible.