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Combining Filters & Scoring (Table Scanner)


By now you should know how to make a Custom Filter and you've also learned how to give Players a Score depending on their stats.  In this example we're going to show you how to take this a step further by combining the two for even more powerful filtering.


We're going to make a filter that brings back a table that has at least 2 players with a VPIP of over 40%.


Step 1: Setup the Scoring parameters

  1. Click the Scoring button on the right side of the Players at Table Window.
  2. Click New Profile.
  3. Click Add Rule.
  4. Set the Poker Game and Type to the types of games you play.
  5. Score = 1
  6. Min Hands = 20
  7. Max Hands leave at 90000
  8. VPIP Min = 40
  9. VPIP Max = 100
  10. Click Save Profile and Name your newly created Scoring Profile.


Step 2:  Setup the Filter

  1. Click the New Filter button to the right of the Table View Window.
  2. Click the "Score Between" checkbox.
  3. Enter "2" in the first box and "100" for the second box.
  4. Click Save and name your Filter.


Step 3:  Combine the Scoring and Filters

  1. Go to the "Current Scoring" drop down menu on the right side of the Players at Table View.
  2. Select the Scoring Profile we created in Step 1.
  3. Go to the list of Filters to the right of the Table View Window and select the Filter we created in Step 2.
  4. Run a Table Scan


Now only tables with more than 2 players playing more than 40% of their hands (VPIP) will show up in the Table View allowing you to quickly see what tables are the best tables to sit at.


While this was a simple use of combining scoring and filters, you can use this many different ways. 

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