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Old 05-17-2008, 03:01 PM   #3426
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

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As an example the PT3 HUD only activates after you sit at a table and play a hand.

With PAHUD you can pull tables up and observe what the stats are at the table.
You can then decide if you want to join or join the waiting list.
I dont want to post blinds to find out I am sitting with a ton of good players.
Pleaaaaaase fix this problem!

Overall it looks like a great product so far, well done guys
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Old 05-17-2008, 03:22 PM   #3427
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

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Don't you need all of the hands together for the most accurate stats to show up in the HUD? What is the point of datamining if the stats aren't in the HUD?
I also use the datamine DB a lot to check how certain people are playing, what style is winning, what lines are being taken ect ect ect.

My playing DB is too small a sample for individual players, I will go to the bigger DB to look at more hands.
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Old 05-17-2008, 03:47 PM   #3428
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

Will PT3 work with Postgres 8.3.1, or do I have to use 8.3?

EDIT: Wait, does the PT3+postgres come with 8.3, or 8.3.1?

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Old 05-17-2008, 03:58 PM   #3429
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

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Don't you need all of the hands together for the most accurate stats to show up in the HUD? What is the point of datamining if the stats aren't in the HUD?
No, the HUD can read from several databases simultaneously. It's a good idea to make new databases for the observed hands say every 2 months or so as well, so you can stop using old and inaccurate databases after a while.
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Old 05-17-2008, 04:00 PM   #3430
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

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Will PT3 work with Postgres 8.3.1, or do I have to use 8.3?

EDIT: Wait, does the PT3+postgres come with 8.3, or 8.3.1?
Sure it will work.

PT3 will work with any 8.x release IIRC.

FWIW, the last number in a postgres version *should* never cause incompatibility, it will only contain security / bug fixes is the idea. So almost always you want to be running 8.x.newest, if that makes sense
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Old 05-17-2008, 04:00 PM   #3431
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

Mucked cards at showdown are getting stuck on the screen on all tables when im datamining FT, i have it set t o 4 secs but there staying there forever.
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Old 05-17-2008, 04:04 PM   #3432
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

Bleh, I far prefer a single large database.

Multiple databases are slower and error prone (just my opinion).

By the time datamined hands are too old to be useful, advanced purge functionality will be present.
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Old 05-17-2008, 04:08 PM   #3433
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

build2 has crashed 3 or 4 times on me today
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Old 05-17-2008, 04:23 PM   #3434
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

HELP

I keep running into a problem where I run out of hard drive space when i try and import about 8-9 million hands into the new PT3. I've looked for thing to delete but there is nothing that large on my computer and I almost thought something was wrong because i have a 136 GB harddrive and its nearly full despite me putting all large files -videos,etc on a external harddrive.
So i did a search through the C:/ drive and discovered what is taking up so much damn space....its Postgres--nearly 90GB. PT3 = 4GB

Here is a screenshot. I had postgres prior to PT3 and then downloaded the version that included it...should i delete the 89GB program below the PT3 folder? Is it supposed to be that huge?



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Old 05-17-2008, 04:50 PM   #3435
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

You should NOT delete the postgres folder - it contains all your databases.

IDK why the PT3 folder is approaching 4GB, that is unusual imo.

Looks like you need to free some more space / remove some old databases or something if you want to store all 9mil hands??? What other databases you got in PostgreSQL?
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Old 05-17-2008, 04:51 PM   #3436
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

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Is it supposed to be that huge?
Yes, 1 million hands take about 10GB in postgres database.
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Old 05-17-2008, 04:58 PM   #3437
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

Oh, one GB per 1mil hands. Is it definitely 10GB per 1mil hands?
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:04 PM   #3438
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

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You should NOT delete the postgres folder - it contains all your databases.

IDK why the PT3 folder is approaching 4GB, that is unusual imo.

Looks like you need to free some more space / remove some old databases or something if you want to store all 9mil hands??? What other databases you got in PostgreSQL?
Dave...how do i remove them?
I have like 3 or 4 databases but I removed them while in PT manage databses.
one had like 4-5 million hands another like 1 million and i exported those out so i could re-import. So maybe thats the problem...i have multiple copies of the same database.

when i go into base in postgres...it just lits files with numbers not names of databses


did i need to purge them before deleteing so they would actually remove all the data? oops.
also just realized i had a similar problem with a earlier build so i had a database with like half of the nine million hands that i was forced to abort midway thru the import
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:07 PM   #3439
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

Use the tool pgAdmin3 - you should find it in the Postgres area of your windows Start Menu.

What you need do is "Drop" the unwanted databases.

BE VERY CAREFUL - there is no way to retrieve them if you drop the wrong one!
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:16 PM   #3440
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

just deleted everything but the folder marked 1 in base for postgres
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:17 PM   #3441
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

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Use the tool pgAdmin3 - you should find it in the Postgres area of your windows Start Menu.

What you need do is "Drop" the unwanted databases.

BE VERY CAREFUL - there is no way to retrieve them if you drop the wrong one!
not worried about that..i had exported the hh's to a non PT3 folder prior to the commercial version comming out..plus i have a folder with every HH I ever got off PS.
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:17 PM   #3442
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

oops?

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plus i have a folder with every HH I ever got off PS.
that's no worries then.

Why did you leave the "1" folder?

Also, that is not the recommended way to remove postgres databases It will probably still work OK, I think.

I would certainly still go in pgadmin and drop them, if you can.
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:20 PM   #3443
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

i tried to start the pgadmin3 thingie but it didn't work
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:25 PM   #3444
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

k...deleted everything in base except 2 folders which it won't let me delete...one is 56 mb the other is like 10gb. removed PT3 and going to start all over and re-download and import.

hopefully this works better...now have almost 90GB of HardDrive
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:42 PM   #3445
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

hi,
i can`t figure it out how to get a list of all played hands since a date, could you help me. thanks
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

what is the generic password for the postgres databse?
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:50 PM   #3447
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

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what is the generic password for the postgres databse?
dbpass, if you installed using PT3.

postgrespass if you installed manually
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:51 PM   #3448
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

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i can`t figure it out how to get a list of all played hands since a date, could you help me. thanks
"Filter" button, top right of the main window.
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:53 PM   #3449
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

Why isn't the "Fold to 3bet" stat fixed? It still counts as a ft3b when there's a raise and a 3bet in front of you and you fold.
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Old 05-17-2008, 06:06 PM   #3450
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Re: New Software: PokerTracker 3 - 3.00.2 (incl. TableTracker) - 16-May-2008

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Why isn't the "Fold to 3bet" stat fixed? It still counts as a ft3b when there's a raise and a 3bet in front of you and you fold.
that is correct (for that stat) - it is folding to a 3bet. I do agree the value it produces is next to useless, however.

what you want is "fold raise to 3bet" - IDK if there's already a statistic for this in the GUI if you have to make a "custom stat" for it - but the info is in the database certainly.
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