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How Do I Export HEM Tournament Hand Histories (Properly)? - Sun May 22, 2011, 06:59 PM
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Since: Sep 2010
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I'm trying to get complete tournament hand histories to review from my HEM database, and I don't know a convenient way to filter them by game. The best way I know how is to have HEM show me the list of every hand I've ever played in a tourney, then select the group I want and export it, but I just tried doing it with a home game and the hands didn't export in the order in which they were played.

HEM's tourney section frustrated me.

Thanks for the help!
 
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Sun May 22, 2011, 07:13 PM
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Tourney/Results/Data View. After you have the specific tourney you want the histories for, and you've clicked to highlight that tourney so you get only hands from that specific tourney showing in the hand review section at the bottom, right click one of the hands and select "copy all hands to clipboard". Then you can paste into notepad or whatever.

A few notes (this may be where you're running into trouble):

-make sure "All" is selected, not Last 100 or Last 500
-make sure to clear all hand selection filters to get all hands
-click on the "Time" column header to sort all HH's by time, starting with the earliest time first. That way you'll get them all in order.
 
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Sun May 22, 2011, 09:13 PM
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Thanks Dave! I was filtering to only show $22 games. HEM has ceased to frustrate me. I, however, continue to frustrate myself on a regular basis.

 

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