Install and index fine with W7. Your site says Net 4 needed for NC but I had it working with without it. Net 4 WAS needed for RM
Pasting partial HH from HEM has the same annoyance as with NC (not your fault
If we select a hand in HEM; right click and ask to view HH we see an output in HEM's own format. If we copy and paste THAT we get an error. However, if we export the HH and then copy and paste from the txt file it produces, RM has no problem.
Obviously it is natural for users of RM and HEM to want to copy/paste from the HEM format because usually that is where they see the hand they want to investigate. It would be useful if you include alternative parsing to be able to read that format or for you to convince HEM to show the actual HH rather than their own format
I tried one test hand I CB and the opponent check/raised and my initial observations are:-
a) Historical Range for alpha player chart has the player name of the check/raiser - clearly it is not HIS chart but the results of all alpha players
b) The chart gave 7 hand descriptions 1 each of 7 types and each one was at the 1 level on the chart. If there had been 8 showdowns and "mid-set" had been 2 would that have been at 2 and the others @ 1? If so, is that the best way to do it? Raw numbers probably have to be converted to % in our mind (well they do for me). I would prefer to see the graoh as 14% for each and, in the 8 results mid set=2 example, I would like 25% for mid-set and 12.5% for the remaining 6 results
c) The requirement to SD still seems to be a weakness to me. The implied weakness as introduced in NC would once again be useful here. There were 22 hands that RM found that started like this; 7 saw a SD as explained above; in 3 hands the alpha player folded
before SD. It is not unreasonable to think that he did not have a monster when he made the XR. The omega player folded 7 times to the raise; that is useful if we are investigating the likely success of the check/raise but it tells us nothing about the alpha player's hand range does it?
That leaves us 15 hands from which we could learn something about alpha's range; 7 we know because he went to SD; 3 he folded before SD and that leaves 5 hands that he won before SD. These 5 are what I would call "implied strength" hands because to win before SD having got past the flop, the alpha player needed to fire again
IMO a more useful chart of those results for hand range would be 1 each for the known hands; 3 of implied weakness and 5 for implied strength. That would give 33% for implied strength; 20% for implied weakness and about 7% each for known hand types.
If we will be forced to fold later because in a particular scenario we often
face additional bets from implied strength hands, we are probably as well to fold now if we are marginal
d) Reaction chart also shows numbers rather than % and has the name of the player in just one hand showing whereas this is the reaction from ALL players.