Originally Posted by princessdiaries01
Hi I am new to PT3 and just downloaded/installed the trial version.
I just have a few questions:
1). PT3 is showing me having losses for my sessions even though looking at the Cashier I know I was up for the day and for those sessions. Am I not filtering correctly in the software?
2). I'm not sure, but it seems that it might be calculating rake incorrectly. In one particular session my MGR is calculated higher than the Rake amount in the details.
Thanks in advance.
Are you playing in tournaments? It's possible your tournament results aren't being detected properly - you can check your individual tournament results (and update them manually) via the Tournaments --> Enter Results windows.
MGR can be higher than Rake. Rake is the amount of money taken out of pots that you personally won. MGR is the amount of rake taken out of every pot you were dealt in, divided by the number of players dealt into those hands. A very simple example: If you play one hand with $1 in rake, two players and lose the hand you have $0 in rake (you didn't win) but MGR of $0.5 ($1 in rake / 2 players).
Originally Posted by sangalla
I'm confused what is the meaning of:
- Fold to 3bet
- Fold to PF 3bet
- Fold to PF 3bet when Raised
Please explain a bit what's the difference between this stats
Fold to 3Bet is how often a player folds to any 3bet on any street in any situation.
Fold to PF 3bet is how often a player folds to a 3bet preflop in any situation.
Fold to PF 3Bet When Raised is how often a player folds to a 3bet preflop after they made the opening raise.
I hope that clarifies things for you.
Originally Posted by serenity21
I need to reformat my laptop but I want to save my hand histories/stats from PT3 and put them back into PT3 when I reinstall it. How can I do this?
Click File --> Backup and make a full backup of your PT3 system. Save the file to a flash drive (or some other method of getting it off of your machine). After you reformat, click File --> Restore and PT3 can use that file to make sure everything was exactly as it was at the time of the backup.