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Is there software that can list players hands played?

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  • Is there software that can list players hands played?

    I was wondering if there is a software that can show exact hands played by player that went to show down showing from what position instead of me looking over the hhs I can just highlight the players name and the chart would pop up?

    I know with the hud like hem2 it can show % of hands played from what position and stuff like to give you an idea of what range of hands he could have but I was wondering if there was something that could show exact hands that they played that went to show down.

    Something that I could just hover the mouse over the user and a list would pop up.
    2 Time Bracelet Winner



  • #2
    Hey pokerstar671!

    You can run a report for this in PT4 (the HUD that I use), but it's a report, not something to run a mouse over in a HUD and will take a bit of time for it to load up (so is more for review, than in-game play).

    John (JWK24)
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    • #3
      oh ok i just thought i seen something similar before but i cant remember where
      2 Time Bracelet Winner


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      • #4
        Notecaddy (an optional extra for HEM) can be used to do this, but unless you play millions of hands against a small player field, the sample size will be so small as to be almost useless.
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