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Pool Stats Pro v1.6 Released

It’s our pleasure to announce a major release candidate of Pool Stats Pro. There are quite a few new features in this version including many more stats for 10″ tablet versions. We’ve also refactored a lot of the game activity code to make it more manageable, improved some of the scaling, and added a new […]

Michigan Pool Stats

Michigan Leagues Get FREE Access

We know, here in Michigan, with the pandemic causing leagues to shut down for the year that this promotion will not get much traction at the moment. That is why we are making this a multi-year promotion in hopes that leagues in Michigan resume play in 2021. So what access do leagues get if they […]

Chalk is Cheap Interviews Vincent Rusnell of Pool Stats

Pool Stats Co-Founder Interviewed on the Podcast Chalk is Cheap

Join us for 50 minutes into a journey that dives deep into what Pool Stats is doing and where they hope to go. Chalk is Cheap is a free podcast that can be found on http://chalkischeappod.com iHeartRadio, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. We discuss the current phase of Pool Stats, from our online metrics […]

Pool Stats Pro v1.2.0

We’ve changed some colors, improved the Clutch Shooting Percentage algorithm and added a 3-month breakout in the stats section. This enhancement will better allow users to analyze their pool games over time by viewing their stats collected with the app in 3-month blocks.

Shooting Percentage For All Active Players

Here is a quick info graphic that illustrates the power of our server-side statistical suite, Metabase, available for everyone at very low pricing per year. The following link is interactive, so check it out. http://poolst.at/c The above link, takes you to the infographic below. In short, this is the data of Made Shots, Missed Shots, […]

Average Consecutive Made Shots Per Match For All Players Recorded

Here is a nice scatter plot illustrating the average consecutive made shots for an entire match fro all players. Basically it compares the players matches, that we’ve recorded, and how often they stay on the table, i.e., consecutive made shots without missing. Below is the image and interactive graph of the stats.

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