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    Please take the time to post your hands in this forum for analysis. We have members ready to give the analysis and believe that this form of education is a very valuable one.

    I will be following this forum closely and I am currently looking into ways to reward the posting (and analysis) of the best hands........

    You might also see some recent posts of "Great Hands" by pso admin. Please review the videos in these posts and make your comments.

    We appreciate you helping us to improve our services to you.

    Happy Memorial Day everyone
    Last edited by TOO2COO; Thu Aug 30, 2012, 08:44 PM.

  • #2
    Originally posted by PSO-Staff View Post
    We... believe that this form of education is a very valuable one.
    +1

    I'll put more thought into coming up with good hands for review.

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    • #3
      i would if i knew how lol

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      • #4
        Whenever you're at a table, you can open the Instant Hand Replayer from the top of the table window, and you can copy a hand that you just played. Then, you can post the raw data here, but people prefer it if you convert it first. If you search the site, you can find the Hand Converter, which makes the raw data look prettier by showing a visual replay of how the hand went down. But make sure that you know about the Instant Hand Replayer, because that's how you get the hand history text to post here.

        Alternatively, you can have hand histories saved automatically to your hard drive, so every hand you've ever played is documented on your computer. You can also have them emailed to you. And f you accidentally close your table before you got your hand history, you can open the Instant Hand Replayer in the Pokerstars lobby, too. All of these options are found under the Options and Requests dropdowns in the Pokerstars lobby.

        @PSO-Staff, it might be helpful to have a conspicuous direct link to the Hand Replayer in the Hand Analysis forum. Maybe I'm just really bad at noticing things, but when I use it, I always have to go to the home page, access the manual of how to use the Hand Replayer from there, and from the manual, I access the actual Replayer.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by PSO-Staff View Post
          Please take the time to post your hands in this forum for analysis. We have members ready to give the analysis and believe that this form of education is a very valuable one.

          I will be following this forum closely and I am currently looking into ways to reward the posting (and analysis) of the best hands........

          You might also see some recent posts of "Great Hands" by pso admin. Please review the videos in these posts and make your comments.

          We appreciate you helping us to improve our services to you.

          Happy Memorial Day everyone

          May I respectfully ask that you read my comments in the "New Hand Replayer launched on PSO" thread.

          It'd be nice to have the opportunity to post a hand or two.

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          • #6
            Staff, Eric, Dave....anyone who may know???
            Please respond to Dman.

            http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/for...e-hands-posted

            Thank you.
            Sorry I can't be more help Dman...just not too experienced in using the replayer.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Darkman61 View Post
              May I respectfully ask that you read my comments in the "New Hand Replayer launched on PSO" thread.

              It'd be nice to have the opportunity to post a hand or two.
              Will read today Dman

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              • #8
                Please see: http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/for...207#post281207

                Would be great to have you posting hands.

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                • #9
                  analyze this hand pls

                  Hi there,
                  just got thrown out of the Big 5.50
                  I think my opponent just got lucky to spike a second pair on the river (happens a lot to me!)
                  but I'd like to have it analyzed.
                  Here's the hand

                  PokerStars Game #64294090729: Tournament #428010285, $5.00+$0.50 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level X (100/200) - 2011/07/08 10:41:32 ET
                  Table '428010285 97' 9-max Seat #2 is the button
                  Seat 1: lisof7777 (9051 in chips)
                  Seat 2: damjanos (2945 in chips)
                  Seat 3: Soldier1482 (17447 in chips)
                  Seat 4: Valeri.Solo (9590 in chips)
                  Seat 5: HXCvnt (20340 in chips)
                  Seat 6: dinhofbi (10115 in chips)
                  Seat 7: pipergsm (5889 in chips)
                  Seat 8: mike0312 (14195 in chips)
                  Seat 9: böhsaonkel (2297 in chips)
                  lisof7777: posts the ante 25
                  damjanos: posts the ante 25
                  Soldier1482: posts the ante 25
                  Valeri.Solo: posts the ante 25
                  HXCvnt: posts the ante 25
                  dinhofbi: posts the ante 25
                  pipergsm: posts the ante 25
                  mike0312: posts the ante 25
                  böhsaonkel: posts the ante 25
                  Soldier1482: posts small blind 100
                  Valeri.Solo: posts big blind 200
                  *** HOLE CARDS ***
                  Dealt to pipergsm [Qc As]
                  HXCvnt: folds
                  dinhofbi: folds
                  pipergsm: raises 400 to 600
                  mike0312: folds
                  böhsaonkel: raises 1672 to 2272 and is all-in
                  lisof7777: folds
                  damjanos: folds
                  Soldier1482: folds
                  Valeri.Solo: calls 2072
                  pipergsm: calls 1672
                  *** FLOP *** [9h 2d Ah]
                  Valeri.Solo: checks
                  pipergsm: bets 3592 and is all-in
                  Valeri.Solo: calls 3592
                  *** TURN *** [9h 2d Ah] [6d]
                  *** RIVER *** [9h 2d Ah 6d] [8s]
                  *** SHOW DOWN ***
                  Valeri.Solo: shows [8d Ac] (two pair, Aces and Eights)
                  pipergsm: shows [Qc As] (a pair of Aces)
                  Valeri.Solo collected 7184 from side pot
                  böhsaonkel: shows [Qh Kh] (high card Ace)
                  Valeri.Solo collected 7141 from main pot
                  pipergsm finished the tournament in 1485th place
                  böhsaonkel finished the tournament in 1486th place
                  *** SUMMARY ***
                  Total pot 14325 Main pot 7141. Side pot 7184. | Rake 0
                  Board [9h 2d Ah 6d 8s]
                  Seat 1: lisof7777 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
                  Seat 2: damjanos (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)
                  Seat 3: Soldier1482 (small blind) folded before Flop
                  Seat 4: Valeri.Solo (big blind) showed [8d Ac] and won (14325) with two pair, Aces and Eights
                  Seat 5: HXCvnt folded before Flop (didn't bet)
                  Seat 6: dinhofbi folded before Flop (didn't bet)
                  Seat 7: pipergsm showed [Qc As] and lost with a pair of Aces
                  Seat 8: mike0312 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
                  Seat 9: böhsaonkel showed [Qh Kh] and lost with high card Ace

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                  • #10
                    xtra information

                    Here's some background information on the hand.

                    the first all-in bettor is a player that goes all in with a rather wide range of cards, which is the reason I didn't hesitate to call him.
                    The game was played fast with many loose all-in bets/calls at that stage.
                    The odds calculater shows I was clearly favorit on the flop, so I believe at that moment,
                    there was no reason for me not to go all in.
                    Even the threath of a flush draw (64% for not coming through) wasn't big enough.

                    Overall, I think my decision was right, and my opponent got lucky to spike a second pair on the river.

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                    • #11
                      Would be a lot easier and cleaner if you posted that hand in a new thread.

                      This thread is one made by PSO Admin in order to solicit more hand postings.

                      If we "clutter" it dicussing your hand, that main message will kind of get lost.

                      thanks.
                      Double Bracelet Winner

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                      • #12
                        i want to post them via the replayer but somehow i can't get the replayer to eccept my hands

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                        • #13
                          PokerStars Game #64748462928: Tournament #411630623, Freeroll Hold'em No Limit - Level II (15/30) - 2011/07/18 21:15:18 ET
                          Table '411630623 183' 9-max Seat #3 is the button
                          Seat 1: thoma77 (1455 in chips)
                          Seat 2: kaku213 (1380 in chips)
                          Seat 3: madmark1 (1395 in chips)
                          Seat 4: vera182 (4015 in chips)
                          Seat 5: tabarnak222 (4050 in chips)
                          Seat 6: Rufocoyote (1710 in chips)
                          Seat 7: elpeola99 (1675 in chips)
                          Seat 8: buncky-bear (6475 in chips)
                          Seat 9: motogp138 (720 in chips)
                          vera182: posts small blind 15
                          tabarnak222: posts big blind 30
                          *** HOLE CARDS ***
                          Dealt to madmark1 [Td Tc]
                          Rufocoyote: calls 30
                          elpeola99: folds
                          buncky-bear: folds
                          motogp138: calls 30
                          thoma77: calls 30
                          kaku213: calls 30
                          madmark1: raises 180 to 210
                          vera182: folds
                          tabarnak222: folds
                          Rufocoyote: folds
                          motogp138: calls 180
                          thoma77: calls 180
                          kaku213: calls 180
                          *** FLOP *** [2s 3c 6d]
                          motogp138: bets 510 and is all-in
                          thoma77: calls 510
                          kaku213: folds
                          madmark1: raises 675 to 1185 and is all-in
                          thoma77: calls 675
                          *** TURN *** [2s 3c 6d] [8d]
                          *** RIVER *** [2s 3c 6d 8d] [Ac]
                          *** SHOW DOWN ***
                          thoma77: shows [3s Ad] (two pair, Aces and Threes)
                          madmark1: shows [Td Tc] (a pair of Tens)
                          thoma77 collected 1350 from side pot
                          motogp138: shows [6c 7s] (a pair of Sixes)
                          thoma77 collected 2445 from main pot
                          madmark1 finished the tournament in 5434th place
                          motogp138 finished the tournament in 5435th place
                          *** SUMMARY ***
                          Total pot 3795 Main pot 2445. Side pot 1350. | Rake 0
                          Board [2s 3c 6d 8d Ac]
                          Seat 1: thoma77 showed [3s Ad] and won (3795) with two pair, Aces and Threes
                          Seat 2: kaku213 folded on the Flop
                          Seat 3: madmark1 (button) showed [Td Tc] and lost with a pair of Tens
                          Seat 4: vera182 (small blind) folded before Flop
                          Seat 5: tabarnak222 (big blind) folded before Flop
                          Seat 6: Rufocoyote folded before Flop
                          Seat 7: elpeola99 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
                          Seat 8: buncky-bear folded before Flop (didn't bet)
                          Seat 9: motogp138 showed [6c 7s] and lost with a pair of Sixes

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                          • #14
                            Il get to posting some interesting hands when possible keen to help others out with tips ect

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                            • #15
                              I have wanted to post a hand and I hit the replay button, the screen came up so that I could watch the hand but I cannot figure out how to copy it and post it.. I actually like the idea to see how others would have played a similiar hand.

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