I think the shot by shot was pretty cool. It's nice to have an understanding of the average length of runs, safety battles, etc. Some of the other stuff was pretty esoteric. I thought it was too big of a leap from the broad statistic of TPA to such an extreme granular level that I couldn't see the forest for the trees. I don't need that for every game but it's nice to see the flow of the game represented. If I see the average run is 6 balls, or most of the time they get 2 balls on the break, then I have a clear idea of what I need to achieve. I could calculate my TPA and compare that but something a little more detailed may be helpful. I don't need it to enjoy a match, nor do I want to see it for every match, but it could help me evaluate my game.IMO TPA gives more than enough info on match performance. Some new AZ member was touting a system that went into ULTRA-micro(as in shot-by-shot live stats) match stats. I just don't see why one would need/want info on that level. TPA is easy to compute and more than accurate enough.
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