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Templates, Layouts and Sounds / Re: Making a money prize table..
« on: August 18, 2008, 08:16:32 PM »
Is there a way to get it to display above the prize amount like you can with the "values="bottom"" token in the Chips box?

Help Me / Player Stats Tab on a Screen
« on: August 18, 2008, 07:58:18 PM »
Has anyone created a Screen to display the player Stats in the same way a seating chart or the main tournament screen is displayed? It would be nice to have this as part of my rotation as to avoid the "What rank am I?" question 50 times a night.

Thanks, I didn't realize I could leave the date range blank.

Help Me / Re: Stupid question about rebuy points...
« on: August 18, 2008, 11:55:31 AM »
so where do you put in the minus for the rebuy points?

Help Me / Re: Help with seating chart "cell" vs "screen"
« on: August 18, 2008, 11:53:44 AM »
I'm more looking to change the position the names are displayed in the blueprint. In our game our seat #1 is the dealer. It's just a silly aesthetic thing but it would be nice to change it.

Help Me / Help with seating chart "cell" vs "screen"
« on: August 17, 2008, 09:27:35 PM »
Is there a way to get a seating chart cell to use a blue print in the same way the seating chart screen does? Also is there a way to edit how the players names are displayed on the table blueprints?

Is there a way to correct the start date of an already completed tournament after the file has been saved. When I ran my last two tournaments the date was incorrect on my computer so the start date of the tournament was also incorrect. Of course this makes these two tournaments not show up in the filtered stats results page. Any suggestions are appreciated.

Help Me / Stupid question about rebuy points...
« on: August 17, 2008, 05:09:11 PM »
Ok, we have a league that has 18 tournaments with two tournaments per month. Normally we don't allow re buys but we have one unusual rule that allows a player to Ruby if they areknocked out in the first blind structure. Last night this happened and we were debating how to handle the points. Would the player be penalized for the early knockout? Our first thoughts were that if the player got knocked out then re bought and won the tourney that they would basically get middle of the road points. (As though the went out in the middle of the tourney.) However after the tournament was over I realized that of course, the program would award them they're points for their ultimate finishing place. (Which happened to be 2nd.) My question is this: Has anyone ever thought along these lines and if so is there a way to manipulate the points to give the player a middle of the road score or should he be allowed to keep his 2nd place points?

Help Me / Re: Scoring vs. Points
« on: March 14, 2008, 09:20:01 PM »
Thank you Mr. Cooper. Now the only question I have left is this....Which method would have been the default method upon install? I'm sure I never changed that. I guess the last question I might have just to make sure is this...Are the Log and percent method what effected the overall score column? and if so does the Tournament scoring filter ever come into play in the earlier versions or can I leave it blank?

Help Me / Re: Scoring vs. Points
« on: March 13, 2008, 08:41:54 PM »
OK guys. First off thanks for all the help. I have my points for playing set the way I like. My problem is that now I wanna get my overall score formula to represent a truly better player. In other words I don't want a guy who plays in half the tournaments and finishes in the top 3 to get beat out by a guy who plays in all the tournaments and usually finishes in the middle of the pack. In my opinion the first guy is the more skillful player and deserves a better score.

Unfortunately jbruckner's overall scoring seems to be doing just that. It really only seems to replicate the average points into the overall score column. Obviously the more points a player collects the better average they will have.

tandemrx seem to have a similar idea but I really didn't understand how to implement it. Could you perhaps show me your overall score formula tandemrx?

Mr. Cooper: I read your final post and I think it's the same thing that is in the on-line help which was just a bit to confusing for me. I'm probably asking for something very complicated to be explained in a simple manner and for that I apologize. In your earlier version were there all these different formulas or did TD do the overall score for me. I think it just seemed simpler last year.

Again, any help is appreciated.


Help Me / Re: Scoring vs. Points
« on: March 12, 2008, 08:55:33 PM »
That sounds interestinjg but then how do you do the overall scoring formula? That's the part I've never used before.

Help Me / Re: Scoring vs. Points
« on: March 12, 2008, 04:39:02 PM »
OK, I sorta understand that. My situation is this. We have a 20 person league that runs two tourneys a month. I want a way to rank them based on their skill, not necessarily how who plays more. In other words if One player plays 5 times and makes the top 3 each time I want him to rank higher than a guy who plays 10 times and just made the top 3 twice but had a lot of top 6 finishes to earn a lot of point. Even though the first player played fewer times he would seem to have more skill because he ranked higher each time he played. It sounds like I should use the overall scoring but I need help with a formula that will give more weight to the "In the money" finishers. I have a poker night this Saturday so any help you can offer would be great. Thanks.

Help Me / Scoring vs. Points
« on: March 11, 2008, 02:33:20 PM »
Hello all,

I have a question about points vs. scoring. We run a small league;(around 20 players) and I have always entered my formula in the area that now says "Points for Playing". Previously my formula gave more weight to those placing in the money which is how we liked it. We used the column "Overall Score" on the stats tab for our sorting. It now looks as though there are different formula locations that do different things. Now the Overall scoring column seems to give everyone a score of and it looks like the Average points column is more like what the Overall Score column used to be. Basically I'm wondering if anyone can explain to me the difference between Overall score and Points for Playing. Also, what the heck is a "Hit"? We always assumed that it meant when a player got knocked out that you got a hit but now I'm not so sure. Any help you can give is appreciated. BTW if Mr. Cooper reads this you have done a FANTASTIC job with this program. I work at a small poker room here in Florida and I have convinced the poker room manager to use your program if it's OK with you.


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