Is it possible to split between NL and PLO sessions in the sessions-tab. For example if I play 2 NL tables and 2 PLO tables at the same time, can I split my wins and losses for NL and PLO?
Posts made by SB08
Replayer config file
I made all the settings instead of changing the replayer config file to have the same table theme as in Pokerstars.
How can I best work with the config file. How do I get the values of my PS-Theme to input it to the file?
Just trial and error?
thanks for any help!
RE: non rectangle HUD-table
hm no that's not what I mean. See I'd like to improve my HUD a little bit.
Instead of 3 panels per player I put all my stats into 1 panel with a "hole" in the middle so I can see players chipstack.
It's like a circle around the player box.
Now the hole is a merged cell with Opacity 0.
But then I will have problems to tag my opponents during live game with right-mouse-button because the HUD lays over the player box.
Would it be a real hole in the middle if I could delete the inner cells so that they are not part of the HUD table anymore I could tag the opponents with a right click in this area.
see picture attached.
The other thing is the positional stat on the left. I checked everything but I don't get it why the cells are set 3 lines below. The should be in the same line as the nickname.
general question if stat formula is correct
Since the usual RFI (open raise) Stat =
Player Raises (First Non Fold Action on Street)
that doesn't cover previous limpers.
The Samplesize in this case always is "when he had the chance to".
I want to customize this Stat for myself a little bit.
The RFI Stat (no matter if there are previous limpers or not) I created looks like
Player Raises (First Players Action on Street AND First Raise on Street)
--> When I test it, there are cases with or without previous limpers included and no cases in which Player does a 3bet.
Seems good and I think in this case the samplesize should be "every hand".
Am I correct or do I miss something here?
I think that stat doesn't exist yet.
Thanks in advance for reading :-)