1. Table Resize, Tile and Cascade
- Table Resize, Tile and Cascade
- Disable Chat
- Player Notes
- User Settings
- Keyboard Controls
- Table Views
- Personal Stats tab
- Tournament Info tab
- Hand History settings
To resize any of your open tables, place your cursor on one of the screen's corners and drag it up or down. The entire table will resize to scale.
View four full table screens at once. The tables are automatically adjusted to fit your screen at a size of 500x365 pixels each.
Any additional open tables, tournament lobbies and poker lobby screens beyond the four tiled ones will appear in cascade view on your screen.
View multiple tables at once in a proportioned diagonal layout. The tables are automatically adjusted to fit your screen at a size of 800x570 pixels each
2. Disable Chat
Poker table chat can be both entertaining and informative, but we want you to be able to pick and choose just whom you would like to converse with. Simply right click on a member's seat and select Disable Chat to stop seeing chat messages from that member.
3. Player Notes
Player notes allow you to record other members' playing styles. When seated at a table, just click on the name plate of the member that you wish to keep notes on, and then select Write Notes.
Write anything you want about the player and assign him a colored label. You can choose one of the default label texts ("calling station", "maniac", etc.) or click on a field to create your own custom label instead. Click on Save when you're done.
When you return to the table, your label and a notes icon will appear on the players' name plate. Mouse over the label to view the text.
Player notes and labels will appear on the name plates forever until they are removed.
4. User Settings
The Settings button (Main lobby → Options → Settings) allows you to customize your poker experience at the tables, including sounds, alerts, graphics, and loads of other features. Choose between 3 different Table Views, approve all-in action, see your folded cards all the way to the river, set your minimum default bet, and more.
5. Keyboard Controls
Not a fan of the mouse? Try these keyboard controls:
6. Table Views
- Fold - F5
- Call/Check - F6
- Bet/Raise - F7
- Move the Bet Slider - ←/→ arrows
Choose one of 3 dynamic table views from the settings menu (Main lobby → Options → Settings):
- Classic View: Oval racetrack table.
- Avatar View: 3D round table with avatars, first person view option, chat callout feature, and a variety of table backgrounds.
- Clear View: 3D round table without avatars that has a clean background and includes the first person view option.
7. Personal Stats tab
Assess the quality of your play in both ring games and tournaments using the Stats tab. See what percentage of flops you saw from various positions, and how many pots you took with and without a showdown.
8. Tournament Info tab
You no longer have to switch to the tournament lobby to access information about the tournament that you have selected to play. Click the Info tab on the chat box and see at a glance information about your tournaments, including number of remaining players in each tournament, your position in the tournament and the highest, lowest and average stacks.
9. Hand History settings
You can save all your played hands history in text files on your hard drive.
You can later view your hands in a text editor or even import your hands to external software which can analyze your game.
To start writing your hand history to the hard drive, go to Settings in the lobby's menu, select the "Hand History" option and the following screen will open:
Check the "Save My Hand History" box in order to save all of your hand history.
Once you have enabled this option each hand played will be saved in the destination folder, which can be altered to a location of your choice by selecting the "Change Folder" button.
You can also choose the number of days your Hand History is saved by entering your preferred time period in the "Days to keep Hand History" field provided.
Enjoy the tables and good luck!