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Players at Table View (Scanner Filters)


There are three buttons here along with a Current Scoring Dropdown Menu. 




Colors - Players at Table View

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


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




Note:  All color changes made here also appear in the bottom window (Player View)


Let's say we want to add Color Coding to the 3-Bet column in the Players at Table View. 

  1. Select 3-Bet 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 0-2 is Red, 2-6 is Yellow and 6-100 is Green 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 (0-2) 3-Bet will come back as Red.  All tables with a (2-6) 3-Bet will be Yellow and all tables with a (6-100) 3-Bet will be Red.



Scoring - Players At Table View

Scoring allows you to set rules for individual players giving them a score or "rating."  This is 100% customizable.  Ways to use this include an overall table score or individual score.  All scoring is individual player based, but if you have a table with lots of score points on it you might want to think about playing at that table too.


The easiest way to use scoring is to give players with weaknesses a point total.  So players that have a 40-50% VPIP might be given 5 points while a player with a 50-60% VPIP might be given 10 points and a player with over 60% VPIP might be given a 15 point total.  The fishier the player, the more points you should give them.


You can set this up however you want, this is just an example that we'll be demonstrating on the following pages.  You can mix and match different stats to scoring criteria as well as make different scoring profiles if you play different types of games. 



When you first click the Scoring button the screen may be too small and look like this:

Click the right or left side of the window and drag it so you can see the stats at the top of the screen better.


Custom Scoring Buttons, Checkboxes & Dropdown Menus



  • Copy Last Rule
    • Copies the Last Rule at the bottom of the page


  • Add Rule
    • Adds a blank Rule


  • Delete Rule
    • Deletes the selected Rule


  • New Profile
    • Allows you to make a New Scoring Profile for the Current Scoring Dropdown Menu


  • Load Profile
    • Loads a previously saved Profile


  • Save Profile
    • Saves the current Scoring Profile


  • Close
    • Exits the window


Dropdown Menus:

  • Poker Game
    • Poker Game that uses this rule


  • Type
    • 6-MAX, Full Ring, Heads Up and Don't Care.  If you just want the rule for 6-MAX, make sure you have this selected.




The checkboxes here allow you to remove stats that you don't want to see in this window.

  • Hands
  • VPIP
  • PFR
  • Stack
  • BB/100
  • 3-Bet %
  • AF
  • WTSD
  • WSD
  • Buddy
  • Regular


Setting Up Custom Scoring

We're going to setup a simple VPIP scoring profile in a new Profile that we're going to call "High VPIP".


40-50% VPIP = 5 points

50-60% VPIP = 10 points

 60%-100% VPIP  = 15 points


Rule 1: 40-50% VPIP = 5 Points

  1. Click the "New Profile" button.  This will give you a blank canvas for setting up Scoring Rules.
  2. Click Add Rule.
  3. Set the Poker Game Dropdown Menu to "Holdem".
  4. Set the Game Type to "6-MAX".   (If you just play 6-MAX or Full Ring, you can leave this as "Don't Care".
  5. Set the Score to 5.
  6. Hand Min, use 50.  You can make this larger or smaller, doesn't really matter.  If you use a large number, keep in mind anyone that falls below this number will not be scored for this rule.
  7. Hand Max we'll leave at 90,000.
  8. Set the VPIP Min to 40.
  9. Set the VPIP Max to 50.

Rule 1 is now completely setup.



Rule 2: 50-60% VPIP = 10 Points

  1. Since Rule 1 is very similar to Rule 2, Click the "Copy Last Rule" button to copy rule #1.
  2. Poker Game, Type, Hands Min and Hands Max are all setup for us, we just need to change Score, VPIP Min and VPIP Max.
  3. Set the Score to 10.
  4. Set the VPIP Min to 50.
  5. Set the VPIP Max to 60.

Rule 2 is now completely setup



Rule 3: 60-100% VPIP = 15 Points

  1. Since Rule 2 is very similar to Rule 3, Click the "Copy Last Rule" button to copy rule #2.
  2. Poker Game, Type, Hands Min and Hands Max are all setup for us, we just need to change Score, VPIP Min and VPIP Max.
  3. Set the Score to 15.
  4. Set the VPIP Min to 60.
  5. Set the VPIP Max to 100.


Now Click, "Save Profile" and name the profile "High VPIP".

  • Once you've saved your profile, click the Current Scoring dropdown menu in the Players at Table View and select "High VPIP.
  • Now click the Scan button at the top of Table Scanner to scan the tables.


You should now see the three scores for these types of players in the scoring columns like the picture below.



You can see in the picture above that all players have hands above 50, and they were given an appropriate score based on their VPIP %.


Have fun with it, you can set up tons of different rules for giving players points.



Current Scoring - Players At Table View

If you've setup a custom Scoring Profile, you can switch between your scoring profiles here.


Note:  You will need to run the scan again before any of the player scoring updates after changing the Scoring Profile.



Display - Players At Table View

The Player At 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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