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Old 07-26-2010, 02:44 PM
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I made a lil tutorial on how to copy and paste hand Histories and then paste to forum. I sure hope this helps with you all who dont know how.
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You have such a cute voice.

This does raise another point though. In order to improve as poker players we need to study or hand histories. The most efficient way of doing this is to write them directly to your puter. At Stars this is done as follows:

Click "Options" in the main lobby.

About 2/3 down the drop-down click "Instant hand history options..."

When this comes, up check the box ("Save my Hands History"). When it prompts you for a location use the default.

Even if you're too lazy to analyze your HHs this means all hands will be available to you so that you don't have to cut-and-paste when a tourney is still in progress.
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You have such a cute voice.

This does raise another point though. In order to improve as poker players we need to study or hand histories. The most efficient way of doing this is to write them directly to your puter. At Stars this is done as follows:

Click "Options" in the main lobby.

About 2/3 down the drop-down click "Instant hand history options..."

When this comes, up check the box ("Save my Hands History"). When it prompts you for a location use the default.

Even if you're too lazy to analyze your HHs this means all hands will be available to you so that you don't have to cut-and-paste when a tourney is still in progress.


I like this idea Kat, thank you for bringing this to our attention. Great way to improve our games as you pointed out. I love it!! I now know several people that do this method of saving HH.
Thanks again!
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Just incase anyone needs to learn to copy and paste.
You will need to copy and pst and show Hand History in tonights game of High Hand Tuesday. Which is alot of fun to play!
Please let me know if you need help PRIOR to the game.
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