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Old 05-14-2017, 06:08 AM   #226
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Re: MonkerSolver

When i am trying to copy a range from pio and load from clipboard into monkersolver it doesnt work. Can you fix it?
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Old 05-14-2017, 04:41 PM   #227
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When defining the amount of buckets per street for NLHE HU trees, is there some kind of maximum number, beyond which there is no improvement? I mean if the number is absurdly big, then each bucket will contain not more than one hand and there won't be any point in increasing the bucket amount.
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Old 05-16-2017, 03:01 AM   #228
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Re: MonkerSolver

I was just thinking in terms of usability, that it would be helpful if there were a time counter, perhaps next to 'Status' 'Running' to see how long a solution has been running for.

Also under the tab 'Tree' where it says 'Save', I think it would be helpful to see previously saved trees, so that they could be overwritten or just to see naming schemes for previous trees etc.
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Old 05-16-2017, 07:34 AM   #229
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Re: MonkerSolver

Is it safe to run two instances of monkersolver from the very same folder? It seems that solver creates some flop/turn/river bucket files (named mmnested[streetname].[amount of buckets]), won't there be any problems with different trees using the same amount of buckets?
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Old 05-18-2017, 05:45 AM   #230
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Re: MonkerSolver

Was wondering if you could make an official MonkerSolver Skype group (like there is for Pio) for users to be able to discuss things?
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Old 05-18-2017, 09:52 PM   #231
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Re: MonkerSolver

Been needing a new computer for a while so gonna take this release as a reason to upgrade, how does this sound?

CPU: Intel 6800K
Motherboard: Asrock X99 Taichi
Ram: Samsung DDR4 16GB x 4
GPU: MSI GTX 1050 2GB
SSD: Crucial Mx300 275GB SSD (probably gonna change this to 500gb actually)
HDD: WD 1TB HDD
Case: Akbo Nvore G200 Thanos
Cooler: Coolermaster Hyper 212 LED


I haven't kept up with computer hardware in years but I have figured out I shouldn't get Ryzen due to the 64gb memory cap, and I want to be able to upgrade to more than 64gb if needed.

Is there a better choice of CPU or is this fine?
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Old 05-19-2017, 12:32 AM   #232
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Re: MonkerSolver

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Been needing a new computer for a while so gonna take this release as a reason to upgrade, how does this sound?

CPU: Intel 6800K
Motherboard: Asrock X99 Taichi
Ram: Samsung DDR4 16GB x 4
GPU: MSI GTX 1050 2GB
SSD: Crucial Mx300 275GB SSD (probably gonna change this to 500gb actually)
HDD: WD 1TB HDD
Case: Akbo Nvore G200 Thanos
Cooler: Coolermaster Hyper 212 LED


I haven't kept up with computer hardware in years but I have figured out I shouldn't get Ryzen due to the 64gb memory cap, and I want to be able to upgrade to more than 64gb if needed.

Is there a better choice of CPU or is this fine?
If you can, I would wait for x299 platform and use a virtual machine for the interim. If you want to build now, x99 would be the way to go.

Looking at your build, I would say it sort of depends on how much you value value over performance. Based on OP's comments, I would say the 6950x is currently optimal for Monker.

I'm not sure how SSD performance impacts performance in Monker, but there are much better options than the MX300. I would recommend the 960 Pro from Samsung (http://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Compare.../3642vsm182182). The performance would never be wasted since other programs, such as HM2/PT4, benefit from the improved read/write performance.

The remaining elements in your build are not relevant for poker, except for perhaps cooling, since you will want to run some sort of stable overclock on x99. Your cooler looks sufficient though.
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Old 05-19-2017, 12:36 AM   #233
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Re: MonkerSolver

that's basically the exact machine I built (same motherboard and all)

it works well
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Old 05-20-2017, 02:37 PM   #234
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Re: MonkerSolver

having trouble doing saves since the latest update; getting the not enough disk space error
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Old 05-20-2017, 04:35 PM   #235
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Re: MonkerSolver

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Is it possible to run Monkerware using the Mac Installer on Linux through command line?
Not at the moment. This would kind of require scripting functionality, so when/if that becomes a thing, command line interface might be added too.

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When defining the amount of buckets per street for NLHE HU trees, is there some kind of maximum number, beyond which there is no improvement? I mean if the number is absurdly big, then each bucket will contain not more than one hand and there won't be any point in increasing the bucket amount.

Yes, with perfect information about the texture, otherwise it's not guaranteed. I don't think you will see much effect on the preflop ranges past 30 in hold'em though.

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Is it safe to run two instances of monkersolver from the very same folder? It seems that solver creates some flop/turn/river bucket files (named mmnested[streetname].[amount of buckets]), won't there be any problems with different trees using the same amount of buckets?
Yes, once created the files are read-only and can be used by multiple instances.

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Originally Posted by TianYuan View Post
Been needing a new computer for a while so gonna take this release as a reason to upgrade, how does this sound?

CPU: Intel 6800K
Motherboard: Asrock X99 Taichi
Ram: Samsung DDR4 16GB x 4
GPU: MSI GTX 1050 2GB
SSD: Crucial Mx300 275GB SSD (probably gonna change this to 500gb actually)
HDD: WD 1TB HDD
Case: Akbo Nvore G200 Thanos
Cooler: Coolermaster Hyper 212 LED


I haven't kept up with computer hardware in years but I have figured out I shouldn't get Ryzen due to the 64gb memory cap, and I want to be able to upgrade to more than 64gb if needed.

Is there a better choice of CPU or is this fine?
I don't have much benchmark information, but should be good. Obviously there are better CPU's, but also more expensive.

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having trouble doing saves since the latest update; getting the not enough disk space error
Fixed now. A workaround if you have a run in the old version you want to save is to manually create a file named for example "save.mkr", and then you will be able to save it as "save".

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Was wondering if you could make an official MonkerSolver Skype group (like there is for Pio) for users to be able to discuss things?
If there is some interest for this, then sure.
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Old 05-21-2017, 09:30 PM   #236
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Re: MonkerSolver

found a weird bug that occurs when you try to build trees with awkward stack sizes. i.e. if you build a 3h tree where the button has 20 chips, sb has 20 chips and the bb has 18 chips and then add a minraise option for the button some nodes will not generate a 'call' action vs the bb who has a smaller stack. This also occurs on postflop nodes. I attached a image below.

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Old Yesterday, 03:27 PM   #237
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Re: MonkerSolver

Hi, I have a few questions/problems after purchasing the full version:

Can you see estimate how large the tree will be before you run it? If so, how can you see it?

How to remove all-ins from all the raises? Is it through the settings in the Tree tab? What value for all-in threshold makes sense?

The scaling on a 4k screen is really bad. You can't see what bets are made (on the little table view), you can't read the chart with hand values (after clicking on the action in tree explorer), the range selection tab is extremely small.

And finally, copying from clipboard in Ranges does not work either. Is it a specific Pio format that needs to be copied? (eg. when you copy range from the solution matrix it is in a different format than if you copy it from range selection).
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Old Yesterday, 05:16 PM   #238
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Re: MonkerSolver

One more note, could not edit the previous post.

I think the software would really use some longer PDF tutorial than the few lines that are offered on the site. It's really taking a very long time just to figure out the basics of the software, how to build the tree so I don't have all-ins at every node etc.
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