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Old 12-19-2019, 08:53 AM   #1126
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^^^This^^^

Anyone knows if it is possible?
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Old 12-19-2019, 08:57 AM   #1127
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is their a way to use monker ranges in ppt or odds oracle, i when copy to clipboard and use on odds oracle it doesnt recognize the syntax if i put it in the range explore or just in the range box. like range explore doesnt populate any hands and if i just put it in the range box its says error message java.lang.stackoverflowerror
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The ranges that Monkersolver outputs are too large for Odds Oracle to process. You can however export the PPT ranges to PLOCalc by PIO.
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Old 12-24-2019, 12:39 AM   #1128
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I was banned on this channel for asking questions. Do you want to answer like that and write why to ban? I can at least read any information. Very inappropriate actions.
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Old 12-25-2019, 08:38 PM   #1129
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Is there a way in Monker Viewer to display exact percentages that each hand takes each action?

When I look at the provided cloud solutions, I can press ENTER and it shows graphically what proportion each hand takes each action, but not the exact percentages.

What's more, I have a group of solves that I received and put into the "local" tab. When I press ENTER, these hands do not change in the same way (to show proportion of each action). Instead, each time I change focus to another part of the tree and back, the actions change somewhat among those hands that have mixed frequencies.

How can I show specific frequencies as numerical values, and how do I get the imported solves to do this as well?
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Old 12-27-2019, 07:34 AM   #1130
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Can someone explain or point me in the direction of how the "strength buckets" work? The solve I got was preset to 140 buckets but after reading on your site it said for home computer use it should be set to 15-20. Which drastically reduced the amount of ram from 332gb to 60ish. I just dont completely understand, are the buckets for hand strength like..overpairs,top pair, second pair, etc..?? I'm running a sim at 15 buckets (which it's been 9hrs so far) and how will that differ from say the monster 140 buckets? Will there be less mix frequencies postflop? More?

Thanks in advance I'm just learning about how to actually use the software and am sooo glad i didnt buy that server! Lol
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Old 12-27-2019, 01:04 PM   #1131
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I was banned on this channel for asking questions. Do you want to answer like that and write why to ban? I can at least read any information. Very inappropriate actions.
The discord chat is run by an individual with business interests. The Skype group is more open in that sense. As long as you are not spamming or being abusive, I don't see why you would be removed from it. PM me if you would like me to add you to the Skype group.

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Is there a way in Monker Viewer to display exact percentages that each hand takes each action?

When I look at the provided cloud solutions, I can press ENTER and it shows graphically what proportion each hand takes each action, but not the exact percentages.

What's more, I have a group of solves that I received and put into the "local" tab. When I press ENTER, these hands do not change in the same way (to show proportion of each action). Instead, each time I change focus to another part of the tree and back, the actions change somewhat among those hands that have mixed frequencies.

How can I show specific frequencies as numerical values, and how do I get the imported solves to do this as well?
I believe this is simply a limitation of the Viewer. For more detail, solves should be viewed with the solver.

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Can someone explain or point me in the direction of how the "strength buckets" work? The solve I got was preset to 140 buckets but after reading on your site it said for home computer use it should be set to 15-20. Which drastically reduced the amount of ram from 332gb to 60ish. I just dont completely understand, are the buckets for hand strength like..overpairs,top pair, second pair, etc..?? I'm running a sim at 15 buckets (which it's been 9hrs so far) and how will that differ from say the monster 140 buckets? Will there be less mix frequencies postflop? More?

Thanks in advance I'm just learning about how to actually use the software and am sooo glad i didnt buy that server! Lol
http://monkerware.com/compare.html

From the website: "This reduction is achieved by merging strategically similar hands into "buckets", which must then be played with the same action frequencies."

So yes, in some cases it might mean, depending on your abstraction setting, that all overpairs could be lumped into the same category, especially with a low strength bucket setting.

The more buckets you have, the more detail is essentially available to the solver, so I would expect less accuracy with mixed frequencies from the higher abstraction setting (higher meaning less buckets), not necessarily more or less mixed frequencies.
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Old 12-28-2019, 03:52 AM   #1132
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Yes add me if you can. sultanov_vm this is my log in skype
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Old 12-29-2019, 08:02 AM   #1133
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http://monkerware.com/compare.html

From the website: "This reduction is achieved by merging strategically similar hands into "buckets", which must then be played with the same action frequencies."

So yes, in some cases it might mean, depending on your abstraction setting, that all overpairs could be lumped into the same category, especially with a low strength bucket setting.

The more buckets you have, the more detail is essentially available to the solver, so I would expect less accuracy with mixed frequencies from the higher abstraction setting (higher meaning less buckets), not necessarily more or less mixed frequencies.
ok that makes sense. honestly having less mixed frequencies would translate to easier application but I see what you mean that it wouldn't necessarily use less or more of a frequency of a specific holding, it would just be less accurate due to having less buckets. that's why I was asking, I assumed less buckets would mean less mixed frequencies due to having to lump together hands into less buckets.

another set ofquestions..with a picture..


How many "iterations/nodes" before I can be confident in the sims results?

why is overall bb/100 negative in all my sims? shouldn't it be positive or is it supposed to be theoretically zero?
(21+(-30)+(-52)+9.5+12+15= (-24bb/100)
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Old 12-29-2019, 10:17 AM   #1134
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Is there any way to export a monkersolver solution into a more user friendly viewer? That for example allows you to easily see the percentage of 2pair/flushdraws for a given action.

And is there a way to import preflop or flop bet/call ranges for turn solutions from a more user friendly program to construct those ranges?

I use the free version cause I don't rent a super powerful server for solving more complicated trees but i'm willing to buy the full version if this includes those export import options. And I'm willing to buy another program to act as a viewer
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Old 12-29-2019, 11:30 AM   #1135
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ok that makes sense. honestly having less mixed frequencies would translate to easier application but I see what you mean that it wouldn't necessarily use less or more of a frequency of a specific holding, it would just be less accurate due to having less buckets. that's why I was asking, I assumed less buckets would mean less mixed frequencies due to having to lump together hands into less buckets.

another set ofquestions..with a picture..


How many "iterations/nodes" before I can be confident in the sims results?

why is overall bb/100 negative in all my sims? shouldn't it be positive or is it supposed to be theoretically zero?
(21+(-30)+(-52)+9.5+12+15= (-24bb/100)
The iterations per node will vary a little based on the type of tree and also what you are studying in the tree. You will want to monitor percentage changes in the strategies to see if the strategy is still changing in a meaningful way. Opinions will differ, but as a general rule you probably want at least 20 iterations to start seeing meaningful results. Beyond 50 you there typically isn't much benefit to continue solving.

Overall bb/100 will be negative if you have a rake.

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Is there any way to export a monkersolver solution into a more user friendly viewer? That for example allows you to easily see the percentage of 2pair/flushdraws for a given action.

And is there a way to import preflop or flop bet/call ranges for turn solutions from a more user friendly program to construct those ranges?

I use the free version cause I don't rent a super powerful server for solving more complicated trees but i'm willing to buy the full version if this includes those export import options. And I'm willing to buy another program to act as a viewer
Try the "views" feature for filtering based on categories:

http://monkerware.com/views.html

You can import ranges from Odds Oracle and Pio.
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Old 12-29-2019, 11:35 AM   #1136
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The iterations per node will vary a little based on the type of tree and also what you are studying in the tree. You will want to monitor percentage changes in the strategies to see if the strategy is still changing in a meaningful way. Opinions will differ, but as a general rule you probably want at least 20 iterations to start seeing meaningful results. Beyond 50 you there typically isn't much benefit to continue solving.



Overall bb/100 will be negative if you have a rake.

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Oh wow so the 300+ was severe overkill lol it was the simplest sim I could come up only 2GB or ram so I let it run overnight to get an idea or solve times based on the tree.

Is the bb/100 what the rake will be? 24bb/100 in this instance?
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Old 12-29-2019, 12:22 PM   #1137
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Is there a way to change rfi size without have to manually do all the sub trees like 3b, 4b and postflop manually?

Example I have a solved 2.5x rfi tree, I want to change it to 3.5x rfi.
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Old 12-30-2019, 02:55 PM   #1138
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Why my MonkerSolver does not see all available RAM?
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Old 12-31-2019, 01:03 AM   #1139
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Fixed by editing MonkerSolver.l4j file
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Old 12-31-2019, 02:24 PM   #1140
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Monker website : "Feel free to contact us at support@monkerware.com for any questions not answered below."

Lol
I sent an email on the 17th December , 2weeks later I am still waiting lol, what is this seriously?
I hope potential futur customers read that , there is no support , once they took your money they don't care at all.


My problem is : I have some preflop ranges that I want to import , I watched this tutorial to do so : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GQD...ature=emb_logo

but on my Monkerviewer there is no "local" section (I even can't click on "store") :
https://gyazo.com/1e9887026cd165cb4646f67803152250

I tried to dowload monkerviewer again , it is the same. Anyone know how to fix this?
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Old 01-02-2020, 04:09 PM   #1141
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What are the differences between new and old version? Is there any change log to read them?
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Old 01-03-2020, 07:42 PM   #1142
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Is there a way to change rfi size without have to manually do all the sub trees like 3b, 4b and postflop manually?

Example I have a solved 2.5x rfi tree, I want to change it to 3.5x rfi.
If you want bet sizes to change accordingly to a new size, I recommend creating game trees with % bets, instead of multiples. That way if you change an open size from say 50% to 75%, the corresponding 3-bet will be proportionate (the 3-bet also has to be specified as a percentage).

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What are the differences between new and old version? Is there any change log to read them?
From within MonkerSolver go to the 'Settings' tab, and select 'Show changelog'.

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Monker website : "Feel free to contact us at support@monkerware.com for any questions not answered below."

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I sent an email on the 17th December , 2weeks later I am still waiting lol, what is this seriously?
I hope potential futur customers read that , there is no support , once they took your money they don't care at all.


My problem is : I have some preflop ranges that I want to import , I watched this tutorial to do so : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GQD...ature=emb_logo

but on my Monkerviewer there is no "local" section (I even can't click on "store") :
https://gyazo.com/1e9887026cd165cb4646f67803152250

I tried to dowload monkerviewer again , it is the same. Anyone know how to fix this?
Monkerviewer.exe should be in the same folder as your 'ranges' file containing the local files for Monkersolver to read.
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Old 01-03-2020, 07:54 PM   #1143
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Oh wow so the 300+ was severe overkill lol it was the simplest sim I could come up only 2GB or ram so I let it run overnight to get an idea or solve times based on the tree.

Is the bb/100 what the rake will be? 24bb/100 in this instance?
Yes, that is correct.
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Old 01-04-2020, 12:40 AM   #1144
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new to solvers, if i buy monker for plo, i also would need to buy pre-simulated "solutions" or something? for example for heads up plo, for preflop, or is there for postflop also?

i can't run sims on home pc right?
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Old 01-04-2020, 03:01 PM   #1145
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Is there a way I can make a custom filter in the tree to make one cbet size for OOP and one cbet size for IP? Without using spr or going in and manually doing each node?

Example
EP open, bu call blinds fold. I want cbet of 25% pot.
EP open, folds to SB who 3bets, EP calls. I want cbet of 25%.

And

Folds to BU who opens, BB calls, I want cbet of 50% pot.
EP opens, folds to BU who 3bets, folds to EP who calls. EP checks and BU cbets 50%.

It doesnt matter if its SRP or 3BP, I just want the sizings to correlate to relative postflop position.
Also doesnt matter about opener or 3bettor, I was just using them as examples. In first example could be EP or MP or CO open and BU calls.

Hopefully that makes sense..
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Old 01-07-2020, 02:15 PM   #1146
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Monkerviewer.exe should be in the same folder as your 'ranges' file containing the local files for Monkersolver to read.

Thx for your help. Problem solved.
Sadly I still can't access to the store.
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Old 01-08-2020, 11:22 AM   #1147
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new to solvers, if i buy monker for plo, i also would need to buy pre-simulated "solutions" or something? for example for heads up plo, for preflop, or is there for postflop also?

i can't run sims on home pc right?
There are some free ranges that come with the solver for PLO. There is a 200BB 6MAX solve, and a PLO HU 100BB solve. There are no postflop solves.

You can run sims on your home PC, that also depends what sort of hardware you are running.

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Is there a way I can make a custom filter in the tree to make one cbet size for OOP and one cbet size for IP? Without using spr or going in and manually doing each node?

Example
EP open, bu call blinds fold. I want cbet of 25% pot.
EP open, folds to SB who 3bets, EP calls. I want cbet of 25%.

And

Folds to BU who opens, BB calls, I want cbet of 50% pot.
EP opens, folds to BU who 3bets, folds to EP who calls. EP checks and BU cbets 50%.

It doesnt matter if its SRP or 3BP, I just want the sizings to correlate to relative postflop position.
Also doesnt matter about opener or 3bettor, I was just using them as examples. In first example could be EP or MP or CO open and BU calls.

Hopefully that makes sense..
If you use the 'Players:' filter, you can exclude that certain bets are added for certain players. So for example if you wanted to add bets just for IP, you would exclude player 1 (the SB in a HU pot).
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Old 01-08-2020, 11:26 AM   #1148
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Thx for your help. Problem solved.
Sadly I still can't access to the store.
I believe the store from within the viewer has been deactivated. Try the Monkerware website to make purchases:

http://monkerware.com/login.html
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If you use the 'Players:' filter, you can exclude that certain bets are added for certain players. So for example if you wanted to add bets just for IP, you would exclude player 1 (the SB in a HU pot).
thank you, one more question..i want to automatically add allins when SPR is less than 1.2. but when I add a custom filter it does not do that. I have an example below where EP rfi,MP 3B, folds back to EP who 4B and MP calls.
as you can see well you can see what I did. did I do something wrong? I don't understand, I really don't want to have to add them in by hand..

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thank you, one more question..i want to automatically add allins when SPR is less than 1.2. but when I add a custom filter it does not do that. I have an example below where EP rfi,MP 3B, folds back to EP who 4B and MP calls.
as you can see well you can see what I did. did I do something wrong? I don't understand, I really don't want to have to add them in by hand..

You have set your OOP threshold to 1 for the flop. That means that the all-in is only automatically added when an all-in is 1% of a pot bet or less.
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