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Table View (Scanner Filters)


There are four buttons here along with a Current Filter Dropdown Menu. 






Settings - Table View

This is the same as the Settings Button at the bottom of Table Scanner and a description of this window can be found HERE.



Colors - Table View

This Button allows you to setup Color Codes for a specific stat inside of the Table View.


At the top there is a Statistic Drop Down Menu.  This lists all the Statistics that the Table View Offers.  When you change a parameter here, it only affects color coding in the Table View. 




Let's say we want to add Color Coding to the Average PFR column in the Table View. 
  1. Select the Average PFR from the Statistic Dropdown Menu.
  2. Click the Add Button
  3. Change the Min and Max values to what you want to color code.  (We're doing 0-5 is Green, 5-15 is Yellow and 15-100 is Red in this example.)
  4. Table Type and Poker game we're leaving as "Don't Care" since we're already filtering for this in the Client Filters.
  5. Click Save and Press Scan


Now that we've set this Color Coding Option up, all tables with a 15-100 Average PFR will come back as Red.  All tables with a 5-15 Average PFR will be Yellow and all tables with a 0-5 Average PFR will be Red.

New Filter - Table View


The New Filter Button allows you to setup filters to filter out tables you don't want in your Table View.


You can make a filter with multiple stats.  If the table is within a single stat threshold, but not the second stat threshold, the table will not show up.  In the example below we are going to make a filter using 2 stats.




2 Stat Filter:

We're going to make a filter using two stats here.

  • Avg. VPIP higher than 35
  • Waitlist no more than 3


  1. Check the Avg. VPIP Between check box
  2. Enter 35 in the first column and 100 in the second column.  (This will return tables with a Avg. VPIP of 35%-100%)
  3. Check the Waitlist Between checkbox
  4. Enter 0 in the first column and 3 in second column.  (This will only return tables that have less than 3 people waiting for a seat.)
  5. Click Save
  6. Enter the name of the Filter you want to save (Might call this one "nowait")
  7. Then Select "nowait" from the Current Filter Dropdown Menu.
  8. Now look at the scroll menu with all the filters to the right of the Table View and select the filter you just created.


The Table View List has now filtered out all the tables that didn't meet our custom filter criteria.


You can do this for any of the filters on this screen.  You can also combine filters here to narrow your search down even more. 


"What's the best filter to use?"

Answer: There is no general answer for that. It depends on the game, stake etc.

Run a scan, and take a look at what numbers you can expect to meet at your stake/game.

Then you can start to narrow down the scan result step by step to speed up your table selection, and remove the tables you absolutely don't like...


Filter Checkbox List - Table View


Allows you to select between Custom Filters you've already setup for the Table View Window.




Simply check what filter you want to filter for and the Table View Window will remove all tables that don't meet the filter criteria.  See the heading above to see how to make Custom Filters.

  • The Pencil icon allows you to Edit a previously saved filter
  • The Garbage Can icon Deletes a previously saved filter


Table Scanner has the following Default Filters:

  • All Tables
  • Buddies
  • Friends
  • No Short Stacks




Display - Table View


The Table View Display is fairly straightforward.  Check or Uncheck the stats you want to show up in your columns.


Click Save when you are done.





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