Liahim wrote:Thanks Parket. Kind of intuited the aswer but hoped somebody can give me the good news that PokerStars can also synchronise the hand history from mobile.
pt4pt4pt4 wrote:Pokerstars does not feel the need to provide detailed HHs or easy to read player audits. I guess they feel why bother for the few winning players. This would be a MGT decision and if they don't play poker, they just wouldn't understand.
Liahim wrote:By the way, can you lead my way into synchronizing the hand history from 2 different computers? Let's say my computer from work with the personal computer from home - I play from both and I'm wondering if I can see the reports gathered on both, no mater from what PC I played some session...
Parket wrote: That kinda contradicts with all the other options that players get with the Windows client. If you see all the possibilties to get information from both hands as well as tourney summaries, then I doubt that it's a mgmt decision to protect the bad players. Stars is by far the best room for getting all the information that PT4 could ever need/use.
Parket wrote:Nvm, I thought you were referring to the Mobile client and explaining why there is no HH support there. I never claimed it would be complete, else we would not be filing all these Auto Detect tickets .
Parket wrote:I also happen to play on 2 different systems: desktop PC for the grind and a netbook for the lazy couch sessions. I solved the sync problem by having my database on a separate server (my media/file server which is on 24/7) such that wherever I play, I always have all latest data without having to manually copy/reimport files. Obviously that still doesn't solve the mobile app issue, because there I have to request HH mails and import those through Get Hands From Email.
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