In poker, discretion is the better part of valor. Paying to go to the flop too often may indicate that you are playing inferior hands. This value measures how often you went to the flop, not counting times you saw the flop from the big blind without committing any additional chips.
When you have a strong hand, you should avoid letting players with inferior hands see the flop cheaply. This value shows how often you were the pre-flop raiser (out of all the times you saw the flop).
A common mistake is to call too many pre-flop raises. Sometimes re-raising or folding is preferable. The value here looks at how often you called a pre-flop raise, as compared to how often you were the raiser.
This is a big leak for many players. You limp (call the big blind), then a raise happens after you, and you call the raise, often out of position. The value here looks at how often you limp-called a pre-flop raise, out of all the times you went to the flop.
By being aggressive (betting and raising), you have 2 ways to win the pot. Your opponent may fold, or you may show down the best hand. When calling, you only have one way to win. This measurement shows how often you were aggressive (you bet or raised) versus how often you called.
If you’re behind, the flop is a good chance to get rid of your hand. When you do stick around to see the turn card, this value will tell you how often you were ahead of your opponents, adjusted for outs.
By the river, the pot can really get big. When you stay to see the river card, this value will tell you how often you were ahead of your opponents, adjusted for outs.
This shows how often you went to the showdown (out of all hands where you at least went to the flop). Going to the showdown too often may indicate that you are going too far with inferior hands.
In some ways, this is the most important figure of all: When you show down your hand, how often do you win?
A continuation bet is a bet after the flop, when you were the aggressor pre-flop. Most poker pros agree that pre-flop aggression often compels you to bet on the flop in many situations. This value shows how often you made a "c-bet" when you had the opportunity.
If you rarely defend your big blind, a player from late position could show a profit simply by raising your blind every time it’s folded to him/her. This measurement shows how often you defended.
On the flip side, when it’s folded to you in the cutoff or button, you may be able to raise with a wide range of hands, knowing that the blinds will often have marginal hands and will have to play against you out of position. This value shows how often you tried to steal the blinds when you had the opportunity.
While highly variable, going all-in too often might imply you are playing too aggressively with your medium-strength hands. This figure indicates how often you were all-in when you went to the showdown.