This version brings many improvements and bugfixes. If they proof themselves we declare them "stable" and make them the default download on sourceforge.
A quick word on our version naming: We have decided to stop using the usual alpha/beta/rc release system as it doesn't suit fpdb's development style and resources. If you wish to be notified of new releases or stabilisation please subscribe to the fpdb-announe mailing list (see Links further down).
Having an effective review process can be the catalyst that propels your game forward.
Here’s the first step of a 6-step process I recommend for players of all levels: Open up your database of choice (whether it is Hold’em Manager, Poker Tracker or Drive HUD) and open up a sessions report. Try not to get caught up analyzing very situational stats in a sessions report, such as fold to turn check/raise or river c-bet.
Now, answer a few questions: If you need help finding the answers or with specific hands, post in a poker forum or discuss it with your friends.
There’s no excuse for not finding answers in the information era.(Ready for your Ne XGen Poker HUD? ) In the individual hand column of your database, sort the session’s hands with the biggest losing hands at the top.
The company felt that discontinuing support of v2 would avail resources which could be dedicated to improving PT3 and providing exceptional customer service.
Since this version has been available for some time we consider it stable and recommend all users to update....
read more Hello everyone, The new release candidate 0.21-rc1 is now available for download as source or as packages/installers for Debian, Gentoo, Ubuntu and Windows.
So if you own the converter you can contact support and they will set you up with the special link pricing.
If I'm understanding your question correctly, each new table that is added, a new unique ID is attached to each player / seat number.