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FlopZoom Tutorials: Intermediate

The Showdowns Won percentage tells you how often a player won his showdowns, and is an indication of how strong their showdown hands were. As with all other statistics that FlopZoom tracks, SWP is updated in real time as you play each hand. If you're viewing a session that you're currently playing, the SWP of the opponents you've chosen will change as they play hands to the end.

Continuing our examination of the current example, we see that FZ_Hero played one showdown an lost. That would be his bustout hand, of course. No surprise there. But look at the green bar of villain_3: he won 100% of his showdowns!


villain_3 played exactly the same number of showdowns as FZ_Hero: just one. But he won it. He may have won more than just that one in the tournament, but he happened to bust FZ_Hero, so we there aren't any more hands in the history files.

How Big Were the Pots?
Clicking back to the session pane's pots chart, we can clicking the all button to show the amounts players won and lost on each pot. We see that last fateful hand of FZ_Hero's miserable session. He made it to just one showdown (when he was, unfortunately, all-in) and lost. Boom.



Position and Opponent Count
Just as in the VPP tutorial, you can filter your results for any number of opponents, or full table, short handed, or heads-up. And you can also show PRP for any position or filter for an exact position or a position range.

Instant Playback
If you are looking at a single session, you can click any player's SWP bar to play back all the relevant hands. If you click back to the playback pane you'll see just those SWP hands for that player in the hands list for you to choose.

SWP and SDP are very closely related, as they are both all about showdowns. You can't win tournaments without winning showdowns, and the more you win, the higher your SWP will be.

Intermediate Tutorials:
VPP | PRP | AF | C-Bets | 2/3/4+Bets | SDP | SWP | UBP | AIP | Intervals