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Old 08-10-2013, 11:53 PM   #76
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re: Pokermetrics: Advanced Database Analysis for SHNL

I read a post a few days ago where someone asked what he should do to spot leaks in his own game. That sort of reminded me of having Alan do his PokerMetrics Report with my data back in February. Below is my graph and breakdown since then.

I was winning before for sure but at 100 and 200nl. But I wanted to move up in stakes and get better. I got some intensive coaching (technique and mindset) and worked pretty hard off the table...but this report was basically my starting point for all of that. It showed spots where I was losing $$, missing out on $$, and also winning $$ in some spots where I was possibly either running good or just running over people at my stakes (doing things that probably wouldn't work at higher stakes long-term).

So again I would just highly recommend anyone playing poker professionally really should be doing this.

Feel free to PM me any time if you have any questions I guess...not sure what else there is to ask that Alan didn't cover but feel free.



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Old 08-19-2013, 09:41 AM   #77
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Thanks for the nice review spacecakezzz. While we did find plenty of areas for improvement, as I do with every review, I think equally valuable is knowing all the things you are doing right or better than most regs. Things like light defenses vs 3Bs, 5B jam bluffs, light defenses vs flop raises, etc. The confidence you get in knowing where you game is strong can't be overstated.
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Old 08-23-2013, 12:04 AM   #78
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I just received few videos where Alan went over my game and even though I am mainly a 9max player his review included many things that I expect will improve my overall results.

And obviously, like several have already said in this thread hearing that this part of your game is working does miracles, confidence is an important thing for a poker player.

I hope that no reg I play against uses this service.
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Old 08-24-2013, 10:15 AM   #79
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re: Pokermetrics: Advanced Database Analysis for SHNL

hi,

I'm interested but I don't quite understand the pricing policy.
my last 250K hands I had 156K 200NL // 74K 400NL // 20K 600NL, what do i have to pay if i send you that sample?
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Old 08-24-2013, 01:13 PM   #80
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hi,

I'm interested but I don't quite understand the pricing policy.
my last 250K hands I had 156K 200NL // 74K 400NL // 20K 600NL, what do i have to pay if i send you that sample?
I try to make the pricing for your main stake level. Your 400+ hands are above the guidelines, but close enough. I'll do the full report for the 200NL price. Just mention it when you email me at Support@AJacksonPoker.com
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Old 08-24-2013, 07:01 PM   #81
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Despite winning at a healthy rate I went ahead and got a pokermetrics report as well as the 4.5hr coaching package. I was impressed with the report like most people are. I'm confident in my game but also know my weaker areas and the report along with the coaching has really opened my eyes to spots I was just passing up. It's easy to not care as much about the little stuff when you have a solid winrate and I was definitely guilty of that seeing as it took me this long to get a report done.

I've had one session with Alan so far and he has made himself available for questions in the time between sessions which has been great. Looking forward to continued work with him in the long term. The downside is knowing that opponents have access to this ... I sincerely hope Alan raises his prices and I say this knowing I will be buying reports in the future.
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Old 08-28-2013, 04:20 AM   #82
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i sent u the email today before yesterday,but so far not reply from you yet.btw,my name is freeman
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Old 09-17-2013, 02:30 AM   #83
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These reports are really comprehensive and detailed, an excellent combination. They will immediately highlight qualitative differences in your style relative to known winners, while also providing a quantitative analysis on how exactly this is affecting your bottom line. Even after plugging up the more obvious leaks, the report remains as a invaluable resource for months after, as it contains a wealth of information on how the average winner is playing, even if your style differs in certain areas. So it never hurts to simply study the information when you want to brainstorm on new lines and strategies.

I wish I was the only guy that had access to this.
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Old 09-23-2013, 08:07 AM   #84
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I have been working with Alan for some time and I can say only the best things about him and his coaching methods.

After a few database reviews, yesterday I got the new pokermetric review and I am amazed with its depth and details. It really is an art of numbers and Alan does a great job of interpreting them. It's very easy to understand and in just a few minutes Alan showed me some of my leaks and told me the most important things to work on.

I was coached by numerous coaches before but sometimes it's just too hard and it needs a lot of time for them to see some of specific leaks in your game with video reviews or live sweats, and that is the beauty of the pokermetrics rapport - it easily and fast shows problematic areas that are hard to spot even in database reviews as you have something to compare with.

I belive, at the moment, this is one of the best ways to improve your game and it's definitely the best bang for the buck for anyone serious about his game.

Thx Alan,

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Old 10-20-2013, 04:57 AM   #85
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I recently got Alan´s full Pokermetrics review and I am very happy about it.

Even though I am the lower price level customer, Alan really put an unexpected amount of effort into my report, embracing numerous concepts and leaks. I still have to work hard to put those things into practice but without the report I would cluelessly wonder forever where the hell I am bleeding money.

It was also comforting for me when Alan found out that bad run played significant role in my results and I am not that bad as I thought

From the first look the amount of data in the report seems almost overwhelming, but as you go through customized video and other guides it all starts to make sense like pieces of puzzle.

I can only recommend this report to anyone who has difficulties to assess issues in his game. Alan is the man you come to when you need to bring sense into complex game of poker.

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Old 10-28-2013, 10:54 AM   #86
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I was watching your youtude video and saw something about an apprentiship offer you are running. Are you still taking on students for this? Here is the link http://youtu.be/xT8fzZ-pOOg
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Old 10-29-2013, 08:03 AM   #87
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Hi, are you still doing reports for players under 100nl, ive got 63k hands at 25nl and 25k hands at 50nl and was wondering what pricing you charge for a report on those steaks these days.

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Old 11-01-2013, 12:03 PM   #88
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I was watching your youtude video and saw something about an apprentiship offer you are running. Are you still taking on students for this? Here is the link http://youtu.be/xT8fzZ-pOOg
Yes, we're still reviewing candidates. Basic requirements are being able to play 40K hands/month at 50NL and higher. Past play should reflect this volume, results don't matter within reason. Primarily interested in highly motivated players who have the bankroll to play 50NL (or higher) and time to play and improve. US based players are eligible. Email me at Support@AJacksonPoker.com for more details.
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Old 11-01-2013, 12:18 PM   #89
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Hi, are you still doing reports for players under 100nl, ive got 63k hands at 25nl and 25k hands at 50nl and was wondering what pricing you charge for a report on those steaks these days.

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Currently I'm still offering a special price for 100NL and below. $295 for the 100K hand report and $395 for the full report.

I'll likely be ending that price level before the end of the year. It's a bit of a money loser and my coaching has me so busy I'm really struggling to find time to play and I won't be one of those coaches who doesn't grind.

I'm now accepting bitcoin and giving a 5% discount.
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Old 11-13-2013, 10:15 AM   #90
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Do you think I could apply for a zoom HH database? I'm asking since zoom regs are playing quite differently from normal tables regulars. Do you have any zoom players in your winnings players pool?

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Old 11-14-2013, 05:09 AM   #91
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Do you think I could apply for a zoom HH database? I'm asking since zoom regs are playing quite differently from normal tables regulars. Do you have any zoom players in your winnings players pool?

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Hey Harri,

I do a lot of Zoom analysis. Probably about 1/3rd of the reports. I currently do not have a specific Zoom only comparison group. Ideally I would like one but putting together a good comparison group is very difficult for a number of reasons.

I agree that Zoom plays different than cash games, but that doesn't impact the core of the report which is analyzing the profitability of your play. It does impact the comparison, but not as much as you would think. I find the range frequencies of skilled Zoom players and cash game tables to be very close. The big difference is the profit comparison. Win rates are significantly lower in Zoom games due to, imo, the lower reg to recreational player ratio. So when comparing win rates in all the spots it's expected to be 10-20% lower and if it falls below that range then that indicates an potential leak and then analyzing your play in that spot will help confirm the leak.
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Old 11-14-2013, 09:47 PM   #92
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Hey Harri,

I do a lot of Zoom analysis. Probably about 1/3rd of the reports. I currently do not have a specific Zoom only comparison group. Ideally I would like one but putting together a good comparison group is very difficult for a number of reasons.

I agree that Zoom plays different than cash games, but that doesn't impact the core of the report which is analyzing the profitability of your play. It does impact the comparison, but not as much as you would think. I find the range frequencies of skilled Zoom players and cash game tables to be very close. The big difference is the profit comparison. Win rates are significantly lower in Zoom games due to, imo, the lower reg to recreational player ratio. So when comparing win rates in all the spots it's expected to be 10-20% lower and if it falls below that range then that indicates an potential leak and then analyzing your play in that spot will help confirm the leak.

A specific zoom comparison group would be awesome.
I agree with all you say, one more difference is that I believe zoom players are stealing wider from CO and BU since people will defend less their blinds.

I will get back to you when I will have more hands in my DB, thanks Alan!
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Old 11-19-2013, 09:59 PM   #93
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Hi. I'm new to 2+2 but I'm interested in having some hands analysed. How can I contact you? Thanks
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Old 11-20-2013, 04:39 AM   #94
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Old 11-25-2013, 04:40 AM   #95
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Turn around time for reports will be 10 days for the next week or so, currently very backed up with reports/coaching.
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Old 11-29-2013, 09:14 PM   #96
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Will it still make sense to order a report, considering i have 500k hands whereas the last 250k is played with a different style (basically, my SD and NON-SD winnings flipped around)?
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Old 12-01-2013, 12:43 AM   #97
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With a major style change like that I would strongly recommend only doing the hands after the change. 250K hands is a good enough sample size to run the full report.

One thing you could do is purchase the full review (additional $350 for a total of 4 hours of recorded review of your report and database). I can run pokermetrics on your current style but when reviewing the report I can also run filters on your earlier style and review specific changes to your game and analyze if it's working for you.
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Old 12-01-2013, 10:36 AM   #98
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When you say "full report" does that mean the same as the 100k hand report, just on your whole database instead of just 100k hands?

Also is your system compatible with FR cash games?
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Old 12-03-2013, 05:36 AM   #99
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I have two reports.

The full report is designed for databases with a minimum of 175K hands as the analysis goes into a lot of specific ranges and position vs position spots and we need a big sample size to generate reliable information.

The 100K hands report is very similar to the full report, only I combine ranges and spots so that we get enough data to generate reliable information. I only recommend getting the 100K hand report if you're struggling and really need to find some answers.

The reports are not set up for FR. Just not enough demand for me to spend the time it would take to create the reports. What I generally do for FR plays is recorded analysis where I filter their database of all the major spots and show them where they are leaking money and losing value. I charge $175 for a 75 minute video and I can review a FR game in two videos.
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