Expose the power of the new HM3 Situational Views - Part 3

Date: 2018-03-07
Author: Jason Glatzer

Power of HM3 Situational Views Part 2 – 3-Bet Situational View
Hold’em Manager 3, the next-generation of poker tracking software is now open to public beta and available to try here:  http://www.holdemmanager.com/hm3/beta.php 
The software boasts many familiar features to those that are using Hold’em Manager 2, along with many new ones including Situational Views. With this new feature, Hold’em Manager 3 users can view and study important information about your game that previously would have required the compilation of many reports. This is great news for those that invest time in studying their game, as it gives a detailed analysis of your game in one spot, saving valuable time.
Currently embedded in the software are four Situational Views as follows:
1. 3-Bet Situational View
2. CBet Situational View
3. Tournament: All-in 
4. Bubble Play Situational View

HM3 situational View Navigation
Other situational views are also planned for release including Showdown and Leakonomics, which are all already listed in the software as coming soon. 
In the first article of this series, we focused on the 3-Bet Situational View and CBet Situational View. This segment will discuss the Tournament: All-In View with another article planned for the Bubble Play Situational View next.
The Tournament: All-In View compiles all your tournament hands where you were either raised all-in or called all-in into six reports including Expectation Calling All-In By Stack Size, Expectation Raising All-In By Stack Size, Calling All-In Range, Raising All-In Range, Calling All-In Results By Position and Raising All-in Results By Position.
A feature that is very useful and common to all of the reports is the ability to narrow down what hands you want to look at by clicking on the Filters Icon. As an example, if you play short-handed tables differently than full-ring tables, you can set-up filters for both and save them, so you can easily switch back and forth. This is just one of many examples of what you can filter as the possibilities are almost endless.
HM3 Filters
The Expectation Calling All-In By Stack Size report provides a wealth of information about your all-in play based off how many chips you have in your stack relative to the size of the big blind.
The left side of the report provides your overall expected value (EV) win rate when calling all-in. The right side of the report breaks this down in further detail. On the top part there is a bar graph demonstrating your expectation by big blind when calling an opening bet all-in and calling a three-bet all-in. 
Below that there is a chart that breaks down stats based off an effective size stack group in big blinds into big blinds per 100 hands, total hands, call opponent all-in preflop percentage, your expectation when doing so, along with similar stats when doing so when three-bet. On the bottom of the chart there is summary information summarizing stats based on all big blind groups.
In addition, you can look at hands that make up the report and even review any hand in the Hold’em Manager 3 hand replayer by clicking on that hand.
Expectation Calling All In Stack Size
The Expectation Raising All-In By Stack Size report shows the same level of detail as the previous report except that is for when you are the aggressor getting it all-in instead of simply calling off.
Expectation Raising All In Stack Size
The Calling All-in Range report displays your overall big blinds won per 100 hands both in numerical form and a line graph by hand.
The main part of the report breaks this out by position in a line graph by hand along with your overall win rate and number of hands. To the right of this is a heat map that shows each possible hole card holding which can be viewed by net won, expectation won, and dealt frequency. The darker the red a hand is on the heat map the more loss you had with it while the darker the green is the more profit you had with it.
You can also click on any hand type on the heat map to review the hands and replay them.
Calling all in range
Likewise, the Raising All-In Range report provides the same information as the previous report but only for when you were raising and not for when you were calling.
Raising All In Range
The Calling All-In Results By Position shows your overall win rate when calling all-ins on the left side. The Main Report has a bar graph on top which can be toggled to display grouped or stacked. Here it breaks down your expectations by big blinds from different positions when calling an opener’s all-in and calling a three-bet all-in.
Below that is another graph displaying your equity percentage and races won percentage by position.
The bottom of the report displays stats that are similarly broken out when compared to the first report. The exception is that instead of breaking out the information by stack size, it breaks it out by position. 
Calling All In Results By Position
The last report, the Raising All-In Results By Position is similar to the previous report except as you likely guessed, it displays the information based off when you are raising and not calling.
Raising All In Results By Position
As you can see the Tournament: All-In View provides a wealth of useful information consolidated into one section.
Stay tuned at PokerSoftware as we will break out the power of the Bubble Play Situational View in the near future.

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