I've been working on this one a lot lately.....
'A) The Hand-Reading Game
-filter your HEM database for “Saw Showdown = True”
-reply the hand street by street, and verbally articulate (or write down, or enter into Pokerstove) your estimate of villain's hand range on each street. Was the hand he actually showed down within the final narrowed range you gave him?
-keep score, track results. If the hand villain showed down was in the final range you assigned him, you're 1 for 1. If it was outside the range, you're 0 for 1. Do 10 hands every day, and over the course of each week, track improvement in your average score out of 10
-you can add HEM filters to work on your hand-reading in a specific situation, for example when you're facing a flop check-raise, or when a loose-passive c/c's 3 streets, or in 3bet pots, etc.'
I've filtered it for pots where I won or lost over 50bb and the villain wasn't a shortstacker. I actually can't believe how good my results have been when doing the exercise and it made me realise that I'm really not applying the knowledge I have at the tables correctly. Although I have started now.
Also, villains really do have flush draws far less than you expect