Originally Posted by TwoMoos
Online sites could do a lot more by providing tools to players that allow them to analyze their play and distribution of hands. It should be easy to tell a player "you've played 14000 hands, you've had AA 53 times, you've been in 200 showdowns and won 43% of the time." Most players don't the time or tools to thoroughly analyze all the hand history.
I actually agree with this idea completely though for slightly different reasons than pure riggedology paranoia (which is a component).
Reality is people have fun looking over these types of stats even if they do not have the software (or the general inclination) which allows them to do so.
It can be very simple stuff, like frequency of generic hands AKo , AKs 66 etc, and some simple preflop all in statistics with each hand, even if it is just a total of 100 all ins with AQ 64-36 record without any indication of the hands it was against.
The drawback is that fish may learn the power of hands like A6o they consider the nuts when they see how badly they do, but allowing a player to see a nice chart of their all ins and frequency of various hands would be very entertaining.
Note, it would do nothing against hard core riggedologists, as they can easily say that Stars makes up the data, or superbots still win, or Lizard People are involved, but for a casual player this type of information would add a bit more "fun value" and it would not surprise me to see Stars or other leading sites work on this type of pop up feature in the future.