How to Upload Your Hand Histories
This guide will explain, in detail, how to upload your hand histories.
Upload a file/folder
You can upload entire sessions or even databases of hand histories!
Select the Files Tab, then drag and drop your files into the Analyzer. Alternatively, select the “Folder” or “Files” button at the bottom of this dialogue box.
I uploaded my hands, now what?
Enter the “Uploads” page using the “ANALYZE” dropdown menu at the top of the page.
Your analyzed hands will show up here. Select any one of these rows to expand the summary. This page shows you information about your sessions, such as total accuracy and EV loss.
The checkmark icon under “Status” indicates they are done solving and ready to analyze!
What do these statuses mean?
Duplicate hands, unsupported hands, errors
- Total hands – The number of hands in your file.
- Duplicate hands – These hands exist twice in your file.
- Unsupported hands – Some hands aren’t supported, such as multiway, or different formats.
- Errors – Something failed. These hands were either unreadable or ran into a bug. Contact support on our Discord server.
Proceed to analyze your hands
Now it’s time for the fun part. Select the HANDS menu to view all your analyzed hand histories!
Alternatively, select the view icon on one of your uploaded sessions to view hands from just that batch.
We currently support hand histories from the following poker sites:
How many hands can I upload?
Note – Refreshes every month.
How does it work?
- Preflop through turn – Your play will be compared to our pre-solved solutions on preflop through turn streets. The Analyzer will automatically pick the closest stack depth and bet sizes.
- River – Rivers are calculated manually with the actual stack depth and bet sizes used in the hand, using ranges from the presolved solution. This can result in discrepancies between the analyzed results and the Solution browser strategy for river spots.
The Analyzer will ignore certain hands for which we don’t have solutions – such as multiway postflop spots. Some hands have partial solutions, such as hands where you take an action that’s never played in the GTO Strategy.
Once your hands are analyzed, you can quickly sort through a table of hand histories to find your biggest leaks! We recommend sorting by the highest EV loss to quickly identify blunders.