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How to find out how many games I have won with a specific race on ladder 1v1?

The profile screen just gives me the total wins and losses but I play with all three races and I would like to know my stats per race.


PS: I have been playing Starcraft from the release date but I don't have the old replays as I format my computer often.

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I think that this question is duplicate of gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/15537/… –  Meta Mar 7 '11 at 11:24
@Meta: that question is one step short of what Chris is asking, but close :) –  tenfour Mar 7 '11 at 11:26

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The best way to get statistics on your games is a program called sc2gears. It analyzes your replays and gives lots of data. To get this info, do a multi-replay-analysis on all of your replays, double-click your player name to do analysis on just you, and look at "Match-up Records".

That screen is a bit confusing though. It shows all the possible ways to express your match-ups. Your race is the first one (e.g. PvZ means you played Protoss, ZvP means you played Zerg). * means any, so *vP means your total stats against Protoss and Pv* means your total stats playing as Protoss. There is no consideration for "random".

Sounds like then you would be interested in the Pv*, Zv*, and Tv* rows.


sc2gears now supports a google-hosted database of all of your replays. This is basically the direct response to battle.net not showing win/loss data anymore.

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this could work but I am formatting my computer quite often and I don't have the replays. I was wandering if battle.net has this kind of statistics –  Chris Ghenea Mar 7 '11 at 13:10
battle.net does not keep this information unfortunately; replays are your only hope. –  tenfour Mar 7 '11 at 13:15

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