Overall, I am happy with the results obtained from the basic charts. Although, I did run very good the entire time except for the one day discussed in the prior post, I am confident that the charts would be at least a 3bb or 4bb/100 winner at 10NL over the long term. It's hard to say without putting in a significant sample of at least 250k hands. Which I will likely personally never do since it's very monotonous to play a tight and static strategy.
The one good thing that has come from putting in a reasonable amount of hands with the basic charts is that I think I have come pretty darn close to optimizing them. I am sure I will tweak them a bit more before time it's ready to publish, but they have definitely come a long way since the first draft. The biggest changes and improvements were made to the post-flop charts, which I found the most challenging to make both simple and effective.
Going forward, I will be playing two stakes at once in order to obtain better table selection as the player pool increases in quality. I will now move on to the intermediate strategy, which involves making opponent-based reads as well as playing a looser late position range. I am sure it will take a bit to make the transition due to the fact that I have not been using a HUD since the challenge began.
Here is the graph: