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  5-Feb-12, 18:33   #1
New Video- Micro NL Cash 8 Tables. 0 
MicroMachina 

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I just added this to my blog and like usual will post just the video here for discussion.



I am not under any illusions about my level of play in cash. After making this video i was like forget uploading. I should go back to reading for a week or so and then try making the video. For the purpose of learning though i figured id upload this and in a months time make another one and then this one can be used as a tool in conjuction with the video to come.

     
  5-Feb-12, 18:53   #2
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Macubaas 
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NIce video as always but as i already said in your poker blog(thread) forget about superhud or pt3 and download hem, it's really the ultimate poker software Blink

At least try it out too and let me know what you think Smile

     
  5-Feb-12, 21:03   #3
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MicroMachina 

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104- can u maybe speak to the differences between the different softwares? notably Hold-em manager and pt3?

     
  6-Feb-12, 10:03   #4
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retribution 

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Posted by MicroMachina:
104- can u maybe speak to the differences between the different softwares? notably Hold-em manager and pt3?


Hold'em manager is a lot more stable than PT3. Hold'em manager also has a LOT of other useful add-ons, including SNG WIZ, Leak Buster and of course table Ninja.

SNG Wiz is a MUST have if you're a SNG grinder, as it's so insanely useful for learning proper shove/fold ranges, it helps you figure out tough spots based on ICM.

Leak buster is great for cash players, since you can analyze your game in depth, broken down into different areas, by position etc.

Table Ninja is great for SNG grinders as well, as it allows you to somewhat automate the opening/closing of tables.

HUD wise, HEM is far superior to PT3 as well. More stats, more customizeable layout etc. Hands down HEM beats out PT3 in absolutely every category. It's like pitting an infant against Mike Tyson lol.

     
  6-Feb-12, 18:40   #5
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Macubaas 
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Sorry for the late reply but indeed retribution is right. First hem it's a lot faster than the competition plus it's a lot more customizable.

Also the support is a lot better, i mean when pokerstars chaged the form of the hands that were saved, hem updated the software in a day or so Big Smile

     
  6-Feb-12, 19:59   #6
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MicroMachina 

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Greatly appreciated fellers Smile

I dl'd it last night and will likely be giving it a try today.

Could either of you or anyone for that matter tell me if i should uninstall that postsql program that pt3 needs to run?

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also does hem support a grid style of play?

     
  7-Feb-12, 01:47   #7
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retribution 

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No, do not uninstall the postsql program that PT3 installed. Postgres sql is what the programs use to store your hand histories. AFAIK, and don't 100% hold me to this, but if you used Pt3 for your DB then switch to HEM, you can still use the same SQL install for your database. You may be able to even just use your old PT3 SQL database with your HEM install and it'll automatically import the hands. I can't remember if it does the transfer, but I know you can still use the SQL.

     
  7-Feb-12, 04:09   #8
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MicroMachina 

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awesome and thanks!


     
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