Originally Posted by Cleaver00
sorry I thought I had posted a picture but it hadn't put it there for some reason.
my green line is hand net £ (112)
orange, hand net adj £ (78)
yellow, net expected chips won # (157,652)
blue, chips won with showdown (-71,592)
red, chips won without showdown (158,652)
these figures are over a sample of 21,608 hands so a small sample.
I think the easiest way to review what each line means is to watch the built-in tutorial video, click the green [?] on this report page to watch, or click here: https://www.pokertracker.com/videos/...rsonal-results
PokerTracker uses My C to mean YOUR currency (a shortcut for My Currency). You can set your currency to whatever you wish to manage. Game Currency is the currency you played the game in. PokerTracker can convert the Game Currency to My Currency, for example this allows you to manage your finances in £ while playing on Dollar or Euro tables.
Hand Net £: This tells
us you are reviewing your graph so the X axis is hands, and the Y axis is currency. Since you are reviewing a tournament, this shows your winnings per hand. This is not a good method of reviewing your hand results, we suggest you graph by Chips or Big Blinds instead.
Hand Net Adj £: This is your Net Adjusted Winnings on the Y Axis. Net Adjusted Winnings is your Expectation in all-in pots at the final table. PokerTracker uses a combination ICM to determine the prize pool value of each chip, multiplied by Equity Adjusted Winnings (chips) to determine what your expectation of the prize pool is when these all-in points occur.
Chips Won with Showdown: This shows only the hands won where you went to showdown, the Y axis is displayed in Chips, not currency.
Chips Won without Showdown: This shows only the hands won where you did not go to showdown, the Y axis is displayed in Chips, not currency.