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There are a number of different online poker database sites that track different kinds of poker related data. There are sites that keep a database of tournament results. One site even tracks online poker cash games. Some sites that track the amount of traffic at every poker site. All of these sites are valuable poker resources that should be utilized in order to get the most information possible on your opponents.
Several different sites are available that track online poker tournament results. The main players in this market are Top Shark, SharkScope, The Bluff PokerDB, and Official Poker Rankings. All of these sites capture the tournament results from most major poker sites and make them available to customers. Some of these sites are free to use, and others have limited free features with the full featured product being available for a monthly subscription fee. By using a site that tracks all tournament results you will be able to find out which of your opponents are winning players along with a host of other information such as how far they usually make it in tournaments and what kind of buyins they are used to playing. Before using a tracking site make sure that the poker site you play on does not have restrictions on their use. PokerStars software and Full Tilt Poker for example ban the use of SharkScope while their software is running.
A relative newcomer to the poker tracking site market is PokerTableRatings. Formerly known simply as TableRatings.com, PokerTableRatings has been logging cash game hands on sites such as Full Tilt Poker and Absolute Poker and has created a massive database of information on all the players at those sites. You can view win rates, recent sessions, and even the biggest hands that players have been involved in. Centralized databases of player information like this are disallowed on some sites. You should always check the terms and conditions of the poker site that you play at to make sure tracking sites are not banned before using them.
There are two different sites that track poker site traffic. These sites are PokerScout and NHBRA. PokerScout.com used to be known as PokerSiteScout and has been around for a number of years. They track how many real money players are on how many tables at all the major sites and even keep track of what limits and game types the players are at. PokerScout also monitors when well known professional players are online and what games they are at. NHBRA offers a similar service.
Free tournament database that allows you to find information on any player's SNG, MTT, and Heads-Up results on all of the major sites and networks.
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