With such a huge selection of online poker tournaments to choose from, it’s not always going to be easy to keep close track of one’s overall performance, especially when playing multiple tournaments at a time or playing at more than one poker room. This is where Offical Poker Rankings (OPR) comes in, a website dedicated to tracking your tournament performances at the largest online poker rooms, complete with poker player statistics, poker player rankings and player ratings.

The OPR database currently includes tournament poker results from PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker, PartyPoker and Ongame Network. While for the latter two you can only track between 95-99% of all multi-table tournaments, the results from PokerStars also include 98% of all Sit & Go tournaments with at least 36 players. As soon as you start competing in tournaments at one of these rooms, you will automatically be entered into the OPR database and can view your statistics online. These statistics include how much prize money you’ve won, your overall profit, return on investment and how often you reached a payout spot.

In addition to viewing your own poker tourney stats, Official Poker Rankings also allows you to look up statistics and results of your friends and competitors to see how you rank against them. On the OPR homepage, you can find daily-updated rankings on the top 25 players at each of the four poker rooms they cover, so you will always know exactly which players are currently on a hot streak.

If, for any reason, you decide you don’t want your poker tournament results published on their website, you can write an e-mail to requesting them to remove you from their database. However, you will then no longer be able to see other player’s stats either.

Although Official Poker Ranking won’t necessarily contribute to making you a better poker player, it is still a useful tool to track your online poker tournament results and see where you rank against other players. It can also be a great motivational boost to see your statistics getting better and better from month to month and watch your ranking steadily improve. You’ve been playing poker tournaments online for a while, but never checked your rankings? Why not take a look at and see where you stand? And once your statistics look good enough why not check out ChipMeUp and find out how much you as a poker player are currently worth.