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Don Groves    (2012-03-10)
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Thib: In both Chess and Go, we can replay any game move by move. This is a very nice feature. However, if I try to replay a game of Poker, all I see are bets, checks, or folds, but not cards. Is it possible to add the cards that were dealt in each hand to the XML for Poker games?

Thibault de Vassal    (2012-03-10 16:57:02)
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Hi Don, actually you can also replay poker games, see e.g.

Just click the double arrows that surround << move >>

Does it work?

So you can show me your AA series :) It happens sometimes (just like any other hand, but it is more remarkable for AA) but I would be surprised that it is related to the algorithm, it's most probably statistical.

Don Groves    (2012-03-11 08:31:18)
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(1) I don't see <<move>> anywhere on the page.

(2) I could show if the cards were kept as part of the hand record ;-) In two days (maybe 250 deals max) I saw pocket aces about 8 times (more than 4 times the expected value) and read about many others in the chat during the same period. Of course that number could be statistical -- but very rare.

Thibault de Vassal    (2012-03-11 13:18:10)
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(1) Near "Game 64299" ?

(2) I'm really not surprised by this number as you repeated this period maybe more than 300 times these last years.

If it happened to several players at the same time, definitely I don't see how this could be related to the algorithm (that does not take the time in account)... but still thinking about it.

Myself I had two consecutive AA (not same kind though) in a single game one or two weeks ago, I was really surprised but well, IMO it just happens.

Don Groves    (2012-03-12 08:31:50)
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(1) Near "Game 64299"

Those arrows only change from one game to another. I did find a way to review Poker games but not all cards are shown.

Thibault de Vassal    (2012-03-12 18:05:14)
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I mean the arrows around "move", not the ones around "Game 64299", don't you see it?

But actually you'd like to see both players cards after the game finishes, that's right? I'm not sure if most players would accept to show it but that's worth a discussion for sure!

Don Groves    (2012-03-13 16:14:25)
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If I click on this link you gave:

I don't see it.

Thibault de Vassal    (2012-03-13 17:18:17)
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That's really strange......

As for me I see something like that (with arrows replaced by < & >):

< Game 64299 > << move >> (poker_holdem)

If you don't see it, please send me a screen capture so that I can fix the problem, if you have some time of course... thanks anyway!

Don Groves    (2012-03-14 23:30:27)
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I have <Game 64299> (poker holdem) with nothing in between. Using latest Firefox version on Windows 7.

Thibault de Vassal    (2012-03-15 00:07:28)
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Just checked the code, the only explanation is that you've been logged out (it seems to me that we already discussed about this problem), but why!? Eternal question.

Is it the same for other people?

Don Groves    (2012-03-15 05:18:21)
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That's the problem! Firefox opens the file in a new tab and I guess that messes up my login. If I type 64299 in the game box and press go, it's fine.

Thibault de Vassal    (2012-03-15 19:38:52)
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What do you mean "file"? It shouldn't open a new tab to open this page!? Well, I have the last Firefox too and I have no such problem.