This is a discussion on CARBON POKER HAND HISTORIES within the online poker forums, in the Poker Rooms section; Does anyone know how to get a text copy of my hand history on carbon to copy and paste here for review? The only history
Does anyone know how to get a text copy of my hand history on carbon to copy and paste here for review? The only history I can find goes line by line, and does not let me copy and paste... I am on a mac, not sure if the program is a little different.
28th September 2011, 3:41 AM
Poker at: PS (for now)
Just email Carbon and ask them - I'm sure you're not the first player that wants to post a HH
29th September 2011, 9:33 PM
Online Poker at: PokerStars
Game: NLHE & PLO
I'm not on a mac and I'm not sure what you mean by 'line by line'...
but Merge hand histories for each game are encrypted in a single unreadable file on your hard drive and do need converting to text before they are in any way usable outside of the client.
I'm assuming that this is what you are referring to. Unfortunately I'm not sure that Carbon have the solution as there are many independant converters out there (most of them you will have to pay for)
There is a really good simple free web based converter that I know of though
If you google 'allanmc merge converter' (look at the actual addresses in the results) you should be able to find it
Browse to your hh on your hard drive, choose what hand # you want, then convert
After converting you can simply choose another hand # if required
I hope this is useful, let me know if this does the job
29th September 2011, 11:01 PM
Poker at: full tilt
One thing you could do is take the game/hand in question and take a screen shot and then post it. That is what I usually do for an unbelievable hand.
1st October 2011, 4:46 AM
Online Poker at: Carbon Poker
re: Poker & CARBON POKER HAND HISTORIES
This is a good one... Any idea how to screenshot with a mac?
3rd October 2011, 3:54 AM
Poker at: Carbon/Bodog
For Mac screen capture I use the utility 'Grab'. It come with current versions of OSX.
or you can use the short cut key stroke. 'shift-command-a' for area selection or 'shift-command-w' for window.