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Help Me / Display Chips per player on "before game" screen?
« on: October 23, 2012, 03:55:05 AM »

I would like to show the chips per player on the "before game" screen, but can't figure out if it is possible. It should be like the Chips-cell with images of the chip and then with a chip count - is that possible?

Kind regards,

Help Me / Dashboard
« on: October 03, 2011, 04:58:01 AM »
I have read about the "dashboard" and would like to know how enable/disable this. Currently my settings screen looks like the attached picture.
I saw a picture posted under the beta section, where additional information was displayed under the Tournament icon at the top.

Please let me know how to use this feature :-)

Help Me / Formula problem
« on: October 29, 2009, 09:15:33 AM »
I am trying use the following formula for tournament scoring:


When I test it using an excel sheet with the following values: nh=0, r=1, pp=300, n=8 I get 58
When I test it TD I get a value of 20....

In excel I get the following values:

1st. 58   
4th. 21   

What am I doing wrong in TD?

Any help is appriciated, thanks!

Help Me / A new formula needed
« on: August 18, 2009, 07:39:39 AM »
First of all, thanks for a great piece of software!

I am trying to create a formula for the tournament scoring for my home poker league (8-10 players), but can't figure out a good formula. I want it to favour the first 3 positions and also take into account the number of hits and the size of the prize pool.

I have tried with something like this: ((log10(pp))*(log10(pp))+sqrt(n)+nh)/(1+r)
But I would prefer to have a formula not resulting in points with weird decimals. I know using the LOG function should then be avoided, but need some inspiration from you guys ;-)

I have also tried this: (pp/(n*10))+nh+(sqrt((n/r)*10)) but I would like it to favour the top 3 a bit more.....

All suggestions are welcome!

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