KaGGo18 wrote:Me: I play 20-30 Tourneys from $3.30 - $16.50 in a day.
As I mentioned in my original reply your report states a total
buy-in of $38 for February 2021 on 237 tournaments which tells me that is an average buy-in of $0.16 for each tournament:
$38 / 237 = $0.16
If your actual buy-ins range from $3.30 to $16.50 then you would need to manually update any tournaments with incorrect data. You can double-click on the February line to review/sort the individual tournaments and edit them:Guide: Updating Tournament Information Manually
This tutorial video
covers how you can drill down in reports.
We have been in contact with WPN about adding the extra required information to their summary files and you can open a Support Ticket
to be notified of any updates in this regard however I don't yet have any timescale as we are reliant on WPN to make the changes.
KaGGo18 wrote:Just wanna Peep the "Went All In" graph to see Like "Oh, I was up $200 today, what did it look like?". That's all. -- I look at both Chips and BB because Some tourneys start with 5k chips and some with 250k.
You don't need to specifically filter for 'Went All In' and you'll still see adjusted results and there is more on this later in my reply. Also since you are filtering specifically for all-in hands preflop the total winnings and chips in BB you are seeing in the graph are only for the hands in which you went all-in preflop and not for the tournaments as a whole.
KaGGo18 wrote:When I look, it kind of makes sense but it tells me my Buy-Ins are like $20 and my ROI is 7,000% so "something" is off.
Since your buy-ins are being under reported this will inflate your net winnings and ROI. The formula for ROI is this:Net Won / Total Buy-Ins
Therefore the correct ROI in PokerTracker 4 can only be calculated when the correct buy-in/results information for each tournament have been entered.
KaGGo18 wrote:Right now, I just wanna see like "Am I running Bad or Good, All-In" -- Later I might want/need more useful stats. -- Checked out some Independent YouTube vids but no one really covers those graphs. So I'm kinda stuck.
In hands where you are all-in PokerTracker 4 calculates your all-in equity:Guide: All-In Equity
To see how this applies to tournaments results see this guide:Guide: Net Adjusted Winnings Graphs
However since your tournament buy-in/results information is not correct then some of your adjusted statistics will not be accurate. Also note that ICM calculations can only be done for final table hands and if the prizes are known.