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Idea!!! - Sun Sep 23, 2012, 09:17 AM
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Now it may work, it may not it is just an idea, what about if a player that knows all the ins and outs of poker, example a live trainer, creates a training hud using colour coding. now the idea is we take short handed as an example and we know that most none pro short handed winning players have a vpip of 16-30% we then give this a colour code we do the same for cbetting and so on and the idea is to get your hud looking all the same colour and stick a bright colour on it to show a leak, now I know table dynamics could be an issue here, but its just an idea i am sticking out there for the pso members to think about. I do not think any one has thought about this before but I maybe wrong, I did my own feeble attempt at this and I was shocked to see a couple of sharks sitting next to me all there colours matched and they were rolling over the table. Is it worth a try guys?
 
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Sun Sep 23, 2012, 10:16 AM
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here is a screen shot of my idea
RED=captain awsome
Yellow=weakness
green= to loose
pink= leak

Our aim is to turn our own hud red, let me know what u guys think.

here is the link to my screenshot http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=fpbf5k&s=6
 

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