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BB issue - Wed May 09, 2012, 07:03 PM
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Last night i saw one thing on coaching video. When he plays his hand there is no CHIPS in play near image, it a BB I wish to set it for me...Is it Possible
 
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Wed May 09, 2012, 08:45 PM
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Hi Denis,

The trainer has the ability to control whether the stacks and pot size display in $ or BB's. They almost always display in $ stacks rather than BB's, and it displays the same for all users, both participants and viewers.

Edit: Not totally clear on the question but it may be this, which has been asked before: You saw the trainer displaying stacks in BB's and wish to set the PokerStars client to do this for you at your tables. Sorry, this is not possible, for the training classroom the trainer can set it but this is not occurring on the client side, it's with in the training tool. If you use a HUD though (PT or HEM) you can added both BB's and M to the HUD display.

Hope this helps,
Dave


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thank you - Wed May 09, 2012, 09:52 PM
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Ok. Sorry for my bad English. No, I don't have HUD. It cost and i dont need HEM HUD and simillar programs now. But it would be helpfull because new players doesn't even mind for BB wich is the most important thing in MTT.
 

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