Originally Posted by stephen578
Is table ninja that software that shows who 3 bets etc
Tracking software is what performs this function, PokerTracker and Holdem Manager are the two largest tracking tools, both include a HUD which displays these stats in- game to help you remember your opponent's tendencies. This is something the human brain does naturally live, but online the more opponents you play against, the greater the need for a productivity tool to help mimic what occurs naturally live.
Originally Posted by punctual
I use Pokertracker4. lately i've been having issues w ith it though....it is detecting the wrong buy-ins for tournaments....so my $20 buy-in tournaments are coming up as $10+$1 for some reason...hope they fix this soon
I don't even use the stats that often actually...i just like keeping records of my play...
Cash games are very easy to track, but tournaments are VERY complex to track because things like the buyin, fee, prize pool, or even finishing place are usually not included in the hand histories provided by the online poker room - which means either PokerTracker 4 needs to estimate this data using our exclusive Tournament Detection engine (which doesn't fully work for MTTs due to the nature of the missing data), or we must rely on a tournament summary that is saved by the poker client on your computer.
This is why it is always important to share with our developers if your tournament experience is not properly tracked, sometimes this is intentional due to the shortcomings of the poker room you are playing at, sometimes its user error for not properly setting up PokerTracker 4, and other times its because our Tournament Detection needs to be optimised for the tournament you are playing - and we can only do this optimisation when our users tell us about a specific tournament type that is missing.
For more information on tracking tournaments please see our support guide here: https://www.pokertracker.com/guides/...auto-detection
Instructions for submitting a support ticket to help our developers is included in the guide.