Poker Analytics 6 Release Note

We’re so glad to end this long development run and bring you Poker Analytics 6 for iOS today!

New content

Bets, casino, investments

If you’re not interested by one of these new type of data, don’t select the module and you’ll keep a lighter UI.

Many subscribers here have various activities worthy of being tracked as it involves their finances, and as usual for that kind of activity, tracking is the best way to know exactly where you stand and having a responsible approach.

That’s why, now with Poker Analytics 6, you’ll be able to track your casino sessions, as well as your bets and investments!

Coming with logging these activities are of course the traditional reporting capabilities of Poker Analytics, so you’ll get statistics, graphics, filters, custom reports and most of the data visualization you already know and love!

Custom datasets

Deriving from this first novelty, we needed a way for you to navigate between all kinds of data, so we’re introducing dataset, a way to easily switch between the statistics of your most important data.

Create your own permanent datasets!

Data sets are really a super convenient tool. Not only will you be able to quickly switch from poker to bets data, but you’ll be able to create the data sets you want and also attach some filters! Let’s say you’re often comparing statistics between your games at the Bellagio or the Wynn, or you like to switch between live and online, or maybe want to have a permanent set for this year’s WSOP, all these use cases are now possible!

Custom field statistics

We’ve been asked since a long time to get statistics for custom fields, and it’s finally here! Custom fields using numbers can now have their sum and average displayed in the stats screen, and you can have graphs for those stats!

Enable the sum and/or the average of the custom fields you want

We’re enabling those stats by default for your existing custom fields, but you can select the stats that really interest you and disable the ones that do not make sense.

Transaction filters

Another long asked feature is the ability to compare gross and net results. It’s now possible to filter in or out the various transactions you enter in the app, all at once or one by one.

Typically, you’ll be able to see the impact of tips on your hourly, or see how much you truly win during your poker trips by deducting all your expenses.

Players improvements

We’ve been improving note taking in multiple ways. Now you’ll be able to find the players you play against in a quicker fashion as the players you’re playing with and players from your location will be put up front.

Tap and hold to move a player at the correct seat

You’ll also get access to a virtual table view that will let you better see where the players are and have an easier time attaching notes to them.

Flexible blinds

Now whether your stakes only have one blind, or four, or just antes, or both, there will be no issue entering the information with the new dedicated keyboard!


Quick stop

Quick stop is a button you’ll find in each session’s row letting you end a session without going inside the session screen. You should particularly enjoy the feature if you’re multi-tabling online!

Tap on the right button to insta-stop the session

Default Buy-ins

The buy-ins shortcut can finally be edited to put your default rebuy amount!

Tap on the gear to edit your prefered value

Bankroll transfers

You can now make bankroll transfers to move money from one bankroll to another. Just create a new transaction and select Transfer to make a new one!

Select the Transfer type when creating a new transaction

Bankroll initial value

Bankrolls can now be initialized with a value, which will be an easier way to set them up.

New filters

Filters on comments and breaks are now available. Filters for bets, casino sessions and investments are of course available.


Bankrolls can now be setup with many cryptocurrencies and the automatic rate conversion is available.

Session mass edit

The mass edit feature is now pretty hidden as it requires to be in Feed tab, with a poker session dataset, and to tap 3 times on the screen title. We’ve added the ability to edit stakes and limit for your session selection, as well as a mass delete.

Tap on the “Feed” title three times, but don’t forget to select a poker dataset!


You’ll also notice that we’ve refreshed the user interface, and you’ll probably find small improvements here and there that aren’t really worth mentioning. Many bugs have been fixed but it is possible that some new ones remain, so we’re counting on you to tell us about them!


Some of our most hardcore users crossed the 10,000 sessions mark inside the app. Our first performance benchmarks in 2011 targeted such volume and the app did fine, but in some scenario where we have a lot of multitabling the app was slowing down a bit too much and it didn’t feel acceptable any more to have the app taking that much time to compute stats. We’re pretty happy to announce that we’ve improved the computation times so you’ll be able to relax and log more and more sessions for a long time!

That’s it for now! We really hope you’ll crush the tables and get to the top! Also, please tell us about the app when you’ll have the chance, we’re always craving to hear you.

The 52nd WSOP – The Infographic

Now that the world series has ended it’s time to look at the festival as a whole, and for the second time we’ve assembled all the stats into one infographic.

It’s interesting to compare the numbers with the 2019’s version, which shows that Covid-19 unfortunately had a real impact on the global attendence. It’s also what probably favored many players to grab two bracelets this year.

2021 World Series of Poker infography

PS: We’ve started the beta test of Poker Analytics 6 for iOS and we’re now accepting all the players who’d like to give it a try, so if you’re interested, please follow the guide.

Poker Analytics 6 Open Beta [iOS]

Hey guys, we’re thrilled to now let anyone join the beta of Poker Analytics 6 on iOS.

Please carefully read the following if you’re interested in participating.

If you’re an existing Poker Analytics user, start by making right now an XML backup of your current data (go in More > Settings > Export > XML) and store the file somewhere of your liking.

Please note that all data entered in this version will be kept when the official version will come out.

It’s a beta version so there might be bugs we still haven’t identified, so please share them with us if you see some, it’s the reason why we’re doing this beta test. If you’re not comfortable with bug encounters, please wait for the official release.

Now to the most interesting part, here are the main new features of version 6:

  • Log your casino sessions, bets and investments and get all the usual reporting you love!
  • Custom data sets: Quickly access your favorite data sets across all reports
  • Custom field statistics: Custom fields can have sums and averages if you want to
  • Transaction filters: Check your results with and without specific transaction types
  • Players: Easily select, sort by position and add notes to players inside your sessions
  • Flexible blinds: Put whatever you want as blinds, such as 1/2/5 with 0.2 antes

There is more but we will describe all the details in the future release note.

We’re of course very interested with your input of all the new features, so please give us some feedback when you’ll have the chance, directly using Testflight – the app you’re gonna need to download the beta – by mail or on our social platforms.

Finally, here is a link to join:

Happy testing!

WSOP 2021 Day 54 Digest

Unfortunately we could not do day 53 recap yesterday so let’s recap those two huge days at once!

82$250,000Event #82: Super High Roller No-Limit Hold’em🇪🇸 Adrian Mateos$3,265,362
83$1,500Event #83: The Closer – No-Limit Hold’em🇪🇸 Leo Margets$376,850
84$50,000Event #84: HIGH ROLLER Pot-Limit Omaha🇺🇸 Jeremy Ausmus$1,188,918
85$50,000Event #85: HIGH ROLLER No-Limit Hold’em🇧🇾 Mikita Badziakouski$1,462,043

Event #82: Super High Roller No-Limit Hold’em

The biggest buy-in event went to Adrian Mateos who scored a huge $3,2M and his fourth bracelet! All of his bracelets have been won in No-Limit and Mateos’s previous ones were won between 2013 and 2017. This is the biggest score ever for the player, who’s now in 22nd place in the all time money list with $25M.

Adrian Mateos

Event #83: The Closer – No-Limit Hold’em

Another win for team Winamax and for Spain as Leo Margets took down the $1,500 event for $376,850. It’s the first win for a women in an open event in this 2021 edition of the world series. The pro has now totaled $1,6M in live earnings.

“I hope there is one day when there isn’t such an issue,” Margets said about the number of women in poker. “It shouldn’t be an issue. If you like it, go ahead, even if you’re a man, a woman or a monkey!”.

Leo Margets

Event #84: HIGH ROLLER Pot-Limit Omaha

Jeremy Ausmus of Las Vegas won his third bracelet, the second this year, and the big prize of $1,188,918. Ausmus previously won the $1,000 event #3 and a $1,500 Omaha event in 2013’s WSOP Europe. In the final table, he denied Phil Hellmuth (2nd, $734k) and Daniel Negreanu (3rd, $591k) a chance to write a little more of history.

“It was fun playing with those guys,” Ausmus said. “Like the old-school, iconic guys. I used to watch them on TV, you know, 15 years ago, 17 years ago, before I moved to Vegas and things like that. So it’s cool.”

“I mean, I’ve played with them a lot. A fair amount over the years. I play a fair amount of PLO, so I felt like I liked my spot, you know. Not saying they’re not great players or anything. And they have a lot of tournament experience and they’ve been here a million times.”

Jeremy Ausmus

Event #85: HIGH ROLLER No-Limit Hold’em

The other $50k High Roller also came to an end as Mikita Badziakouski claimed his first bracelet along with the $1,4M prize. The 113-entry was of course star-studded, and as it started a day after the $50k, it gave the chance to Daniel Negreanu to make another 3rd place for $661k!

By taking the tournament, Mikita Badziakouski should take Steve O’Dwyer’s 12th place in the all time money list with more than $30M, getting closer and closer to Phil Ivey’s 11th spot.

Not particularly thrilled by the bracelet, Badziakouski declared: “Honestly, the bracelet is not as important for me as it is for many other players, I will just say it feels great to win a high roller. I’ve played many final tables. You just try to perform your best — there’s no special or unique ideas. You just do what you’ve learned before and that’s it.”

Mikita Badziakouski counting bracelets

Here are all the notables results of these events:

🇬🇧 Benjamin Heath2nd$2,018,14882$250,000 Event #82: Super High Roller No-Limit Hold’em
🇺🇸 Phil Hellmuth2nd$734,80784$50,000 Event #84: HIGH ROLLER Pot-Limit Omaha
🇨🇦 Daniel Negreanu3rd$661,04185$50,000 Event #85: HIGH ROLLER No-Limit Hold’em
🇨🇦 Daniel Negreanu3rd$519,76484$50,000 Event #84: HIGH ROLLER Pot-Limit Omaha
🇺🇸 Jason Koon4th$489,58585$50,000 Event #85: HIGH ROLLER No-Limit Hold’em
🇬🇧 Stephen Chidwick5th$367,15385$50,000 Event #85: HIGH ROLLER No-Limit Hold’em
🇺🇸 Almedin Imsirovic6th$278,84085$50,000 Event #85: HIGH ROLLER No-Limit Hold’em
🇺🇸 Josh Arieh7th$165,45284$50,000 Event #84: HIGH ROLLER Pot-Limit Omaha
🇵🇹 Joao Vieira8th$167,15385$50,000 Event #85: HIGH ROLLER No-Limit Hold’em

We’re nearing the end of the series as today will see the start of the last tournament with the $5,000 Event #88: 8-Handed No-Limit Hold’em.


WSOP 2021 Day 52 Digest

78$10,000Event #78: Razz Championship🇬🇧 Benny Glaser$274,693
79$1,979Event #79: Poker Hall of Fame Bounty No-Limit Hold’em (freezeout)🇦🇹 Ole Schemion$172,499
80$3,000Event #80: 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha🇬🇧 Robert Cowen$280,916
81$800Event #81: No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack🇺🇸 Jason Wheeler$204,274

Event #78: Razz Championship

A fourth one for Benny Glaser in this $10k Razz Championship, now ranking at the 45th place in the bracelet rankings! Glaser came really close from winning two other bracelets a few weeks ago as he finished 2nd in the $25k event #2 H.O.R.S.E. and 3rd in the $10k No Limit 2-7 Lowball Championship, so the win is kind of a relief.

“I was disappointed with the second and third,” Glaser said. “I was a big chip leader in both of those and it seemed like the win was in sight for both, which made it kind of more disappointing. Makes this win more enjoyable after tasting that recent disappointment.”

Benny Glaser

Event #79: Poker Hall of Fame Bounty No-Limit Hold’em (freezeout)

It only took two hours of play at 6 left for Ole Schemion to put his hands on his first WSOP bracelet and the winner prize of $172,499. Schemion defeated Benjamin Underwood in the heads-up and notably Jerry Wong, a 2016 November niner. Schemion is now 43rd in the all time live earnings with $16.5M.

“It’s not too often in live tournaments that you come in first place,” said Schemion. “It’s what we all try to do but it feels very good to run through a good field and win one.”

“It has been very difficult to play any live poker with things how they are”, he added about not playing for a while. “I was really craving it and it just feels great to come out here to play, now it feels even better now that I have won something.”

Ole Schemion

Event #80: 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha

Robert Cowen from Wales just won the $3,000 event by defeating Robert Emmerson heads-up. The event attracted 496 entries, generating a decent $280,916 top prize for the winner. A few days ago, Cowen just finished 39th for $163k and his best live performance in the Main Event, but just topped this huge performance with a win.

“It’s not quite sunk in yet. It’s a big load off. I have been wanting one of these (WSOP Bracelet) for 15 years after watching the main and stuff on ESPN”, declared Cowen in the post win interview.

Robert Cowen

Event #81: No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack

Jason Wheeler won his first bracelet by beating a 1,921 entries field in the $800 tournament. Wheeler now has $4,1M in live earnings, his best performance being a second place for $671k in a $5k PokerStars Main Event in 2017.

“My first time I got heads-up for a bracelet was in 2009 and at the time I didn’t truly appreciate what it was at the time because it was my first series you know. It was so long ago, it takes so long to be back heads-up for a Bracelet. I played almost every event that was on the series. I have been working hard and it feels good to be validated and play well”

Jason Wheeler

Event #82: Super High Roller No-Limit Hold’em

Five now remain in the huge tournament as the bubble just popped, leaving all players with a minimum prize of $632k. Adrian Mateos will return today with the chip lead and approximately half of the chips (25,5M). Keith Tilston is second (8,9M), followed by Ben Heath (6,5M), Seth Davies (4,5M) and John Kincaid (3,9M). The winner will take home a lovely $3,2M prize.

Adrian Mateos

Here are the results of our more familiar names in those events:

🇺🇸 Erik Seidel7th$39,98778$10,000 Event #78: Razz Championship
🇺🇸 Mike Matusow7th$29,06380$3,000 Event #80: 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha
🇺🇸 Phil Hellmuth8th$31,41178$10,000 Event #78: Razz Championship
🇺🇸 John Racener14th$16,29978$10,000 Event #78: Razz Championship
🇫🇷 David Benyamine15th$16,29978$10,000 Event #78: Razz Championship
🇧🇪 Michael Gathy16th$5,80579$1,979 Event #79: Poker Hall of Fame Bounty No-Limit Hold’em (freezeout)
🇺🇸 Brian Rast17th$16,29978$10,000 Event #78: Razz Championship
🇺🇸 Brian Hastings28th$8,88580$3,000 Event #80: 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha
🇵🇹 Joao Vieira36th$4,51379$1,979 Event #79: Poker Hall of Fame Bounty No-Limit Hold’em (freezeout)