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Old 05-12-2017, 02:35 PM   #301
Neurotoxin
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Re: PokerRanger

Hi, I'm trying to figure out the best way to use the software. I entered color coded complete ranges of how to react to an UTG open for instance, in which I have calls raises and folds. If I choose to call, i select this entire range, then the "call" range within. However it seems I am unable to work with *just* the call range when using the hand strength filters. I made a gif:

https://gyazo.com/a24c5411e8dbaeeb46d8c82aad0d1aa8

As you can see when I change the number it reverts to the entire range of hands I have an option for vs an UTG open.

Is there something obvious I'm doing wrong?
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Old 05-13-2017, 04:28 PM   #302
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Re: PokerRanger

Hi Neurotoxin,

in the main window, you should use the dropdowns for the ranges in order to select a particular group. I am not particularly sure whether this is your problem, since you have many groups in place and I am not entirely sure which range you do use.

So, in short: In the dialog, you can change one particular group. This group needs to be selected in the main window, then, to take affect. Where in this process exactly does something not work out?

Thank you very much for your interest!

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Old 05-14-2017, 01:08 AM   #303
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Re: PokerRanger

I figured out it, thanks
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Old 06-10-2017, 02:43 PM   #304
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Re: PokerRanger

Almost 2 years have passed since I asked you about PR2, isn't that enough time to at least tell us about new features in the software if not the release date?
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Old 06-10-2017, 03:38 PM   #305
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Re: PokerRanger

Hello DeuceOTR,

I would love to let you know about the new features! Experience shows, though, that any feature only remotely mentioned will immediately be implemented by other software developers... I hope, you understand that this is not something which we desire to happen.

Some of the new features that you might already know of are multiplayer equity calculation and real weight calculations. Of course, they can also be combined and are fast enough, especially since we introduce Monte Carlo calculations.

Many improvements are on the side of the user interface. Usability should be better. Also, we will have an easier licensing system that is more robust to changes in the hardware and fewer changes will be necessary in case that Windows 10 is utilized... some Windows 10 bug needs changing DLLs at times, which will, of course, no longer be necessary.

Additionally, we will have new evaluation functions. Unfortunately, this is exactly some point about that we cannot talk about at the moment.

I hope, this is at least a little tidbit.

All the best,
Michael
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Old 07-11-2017, 07:42 PM   #306
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Re: PokerRanger

Is there anything other than windows that PR or PR2 will run on?
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Old 07-17-2017, 05:14 AM   #307
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Re: PokerRanger

Hi apkrnewb,

excuse my late answer.

PokerRanger2 will be in essence developed at least 98% platform-independent. We feel that the market for Mac users is growing, which is why we think of porting it to Mac, as well.

Linux is more complex because PokerRanger is not open-source and we would need to provide many, many builts.

Do you have macOS in mind or any other platform?

All the best,
Michael
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Old 08-11-2017, 10:29 AM   #308
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Re: PokerRanger

Is there a way to save all ranges on your computer in case you need to re-install, change PCs, etc.?
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Old 08-11-2017, 10:32 AM   #309
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Re: PokerRanger

Hi monkey1,

of course. In the range selection dialog, you can just click on the "Export" button at the bottom right part of the dialog. This way, you can create a prt file. This is human-readable, so could also check in a text editor like notepad, whether everything has been saved.

This is also a good way to share ranges with friends. But please note that importing such a file deletes all ranges that you currently have. Having a backup of your ranges as prt file is a good idea.

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Michael
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Old 08-25-2017, 05:45 PM   #310
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Re: PokerRanger

Hi Eisflamme,

if i decide to purchase PokerRanger1 will there be some sort of discount for PokerRanger2 ?
Otherwise it might be smarter to wait till PokerRanger2 is released, since i dont want to pay twice.
Also any news for release date ?
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Old 08-26-2017, 04:21 AM   #311
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Re: PokerRanger

Hello cancerstars,

no news on the release date.

But yes, we are planning on offering a discount for PokerRanger2 in the case that you have already purchased PokerRanger1. The details of the discount are not yet clear, though!

All the best,
Michael
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