This is a discussion on ACR: Find A Friend within the online poker forums, in the Poker Rooms section; I have looked all over the net, and I have not found any answers. That usually means the answer is NO, but I hope that
I have looked all over the net, and I have not found any answers. That usually means the answer is NO, but I hope that I'm wrong. There are a lot of features on ACR that I like better than Pokerstars (just wanted to state that).
Is there a way to search for a player to see what tables they are at? If so, how do you do that?
No, that is not possible on ACR, and i dont think ACR has something better than Pokerstars
Wow, that is the fastest response that I have ever seen. Thanks for the info. I think that the chat feature on ACR is far superior to Pokerstars. ACR will let you filter the chat by : player chat, observer chat, dealer chat, and hand summary. You can customize it however you like. I think it is useful because sometimes I just want to chat it up, and I can remove all of the stuff that get in the way (dealer chat and HH).
I also think that the rake is lower on ACR, and rake back is better on ACR as compared to PS (if you care about money, then this is key).
If I'm searching for a particular player on ACR I usually know what game and what stakes this player players at and then I start searching the tables for that player. As an example, there is a player that I am friends with on facebook/twitter, etc. and I know that he plays the high stakes MTT's on ACR. So I will just troll the different tables until I find him playing. It's that easy. There are other players that I may troll at the lower levels and I just follow the same format. Sometimes I use this to find where the weaker players are at. Usually before I start searching for them I have already used the ACR features to tag this player (yellow) and then I start searching.
Unfortunately as the previous posts have indicated the answer is NO. I have ACR about this & they have no timetable on when/if it might be implemented. There is an ACR link on this site where an ACR Rep will answer all your questions.