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Old 11-15-2007, 11:18 AM
PokerAce PokerAce is offline
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This has probably been asked, but will you guys add a stat for avg. post-flop bet size(for NL/PL games)? I.E. 1/2 pot, 3/4 pot, etc.

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This information is stored in the database. It would not be hard to make stats based off it.
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Old 11-15-2007, 11:51 AM
Hazud Hazud is offline
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Default Re: PokerTracker: The Next Generation (NEW SOFTWARE DISCUSSION)

hmmm BOSS media is not listed as a site to test at the Alpha Signup. You are not gonna support Boss??
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Old 11-15-2007, 12:28 PM
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hmmm BOSS media is not listed as a site to test at the Alpha Signup. You are not gonna support Boss??

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The sites listed on the alpha signup are the sites that PokerTracker currently supports. These sites are our first priority then we will add new sites such as Boss...

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Old 11-16-2007, 11:47 AM
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I need some hand histories. We're initially focusing on PokerStars, Party Poker and Full Tilt Poker. Here's what I need:

# Old PokerStars cash hands.
# Old/New PokerStars tournament hands.
# Old/New Party cash/tournament hands.
# Old/New Full Tilt cash/tournament hands.

If you have large amounts of any of these and are willing to donate them to me for testing, please email pkrace@gmail.com. Your poker site identity will never be made public, not without your permission. Any help is appreciated and will speed up development on PT3.

Edited to add: What I mean by "old" histories are hands that were played 1+ years ago.
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Old 11-16-2007, 01:44 PM
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Default Re: PokerTracker: The Next Generation (NEW SOFTWARE DISCUSSION)

I'm sure this has already been stated but...


it really pisses me off that half the crowd asking the most mundane and basic questions seem to feel that to precede their question with "I'm sure this has already been asked but.." makes it any less lazy to ask something the 21st time rather than doing some quick sifting through the thread.
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Old 11-16-2007, 04:04 PM
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Default Re: PokerTracker: The Next Generation (NEW SOFTWARE DISCUSSION)

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I need some hand histories. We're initially focusing on PokerStars, Party Poker and Full Tilt Poker. Here's what I need:

# Old PokerStars cash hands.
# Old/New PokerStars tournament hands.
# Old/New Party cash/tournament hands.
# Old/New Full Tilt cash/tournament hands.

If you have large amounts of any of these and are willing to donate them to me for testing, please email pkrace@gmail.com. Your poker site identity will never be made public, not without your permission. Any help is appreciated and will speed up development on PT3.

Edited to add: What I mean by "old" histories are hands that were played 1+ years ago.

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Do you want the original histories as they came out of the site or do you want them exported out of PT? I have them as far back as when PT first came out, but dont think I have the email hand histories anymore.
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Old 11-16-2007, 04:26 PM
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Do you want the original histories as they came out of the site or do you want them exported out of PT? I have them as far back as when PT first came out, but dont think I have the email hand histories anymore.

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Both, if available. I want to make sure the imports work with the older hand histories.
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Old 11-16-2007, 09:51 PM
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Default Re: PokerTracker: The Next Generation (NEW SOFTWARE DISCUSSION)

I was thinking of something that would make me pay for PT3 the day it comes out...

Add support to create tournament summaries with the software.

Basically Poker tracer already reads the finish position as people get knocked out and places them in the correct order. All that would be needed is a function that read the last hand and created a tournament summary for your position. That and a button that states create TS for this or all files.

Like say prima has no summary support. Add a function that lets you say treat all tournaments as 20+2 for a day or a group that you select and mass create Tournament summaries based on last hand so say you finish 5th it fills 10-9-8-7-6-5th then shows the rest as still running.
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Old 11-17-2007, 06:37 AM
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On a side note if nothing else manually entering data for SNG should be made easier smoother.

Right know it is a massive pain to enter TS's
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Old 11-17-2007, 09:30 AM
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Some1 got alpha already ?
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