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Old 12-16-2005, 01:11 PM
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Hi,

I just got Poker Tracker the other day and need to "educate" myself on
how to interpret the numbers, etc. Is there a post on here that
describes all the %ages, what they mean, how to take advantage of them, how to identify and fix any problem areas in your play???

I tried the search but didn't find anything...

Also, can you combine 2 different Databases you have together into 1?
Can you seperate them after you combine them/take out certain hands from the DB if you want? (what
I did was
imported 7,000 hands from one site and then imported 5,000 more from
another site into the same Poker Tracker DB by accident, now I want to have my
play on the 2 different sites on 2 different DBs...can't figure out how to combine and/or un-combine (take hands out of) DBs)

Thanks much for any help, Joe M.
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Old 12-16-2005, 01:44 PM
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Default Re: Poker Tracker Help

Try the www.bet-the-pot.com guide to start
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Old 12-16-2005, 03:21 PM
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Yes,
I saw the Poker Tracker articles there and they look great, but aren't they written more
for no-Limit?
(i.e., some of the stuff applies to Limit and other things dont'...)

In the article I think it talked about 10,000 hands being used to make
conclusions...don't you need more hands, like 80,000 or so to be able to
reliably make conclusions about your play?

Thanks man,
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Old 12-16-2005, 03:26 PM
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You can read what the numbers mean and what most winning players ranges are in the microlimit FAQ
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