Full Tilt Color Coding System
Hey Guys, I subscribed to a video series from http://www.cardschat.com/f53/mr-marty-smith-95804/
and he introduced a color coding system that you can use on players and identify them as certain animals.
it is based on phil hellmuth's creature guide from one of hellmuth's books (not sure which one). basically there is a certain color to go along with a certain creature. Each creature has a description as well..
on full tilt you can use this color guide to keep track of your opponents and identify which types of players you are up against
Here is the Guide:
Mouse: book player, tight, plays little pots but comes out fighting for the cheese with the goods.
Elephant: passive, plays too many hands, calls often, raises much less, hard to bluff, flush and ace masters, calling stations.
Lion: tricky, knows position play and odds, experienced, mixes it up, online semi-pro, aggressive pre flop.
Jackyl: maniacal player, raises with lots of hands, little regard for position, pressure plays, creates victims.
Eagle: pro player that morphs into any other style given the situation, will scoop your stack and tilt you.
Monkey: sub-human poker player that simply doesn't know any better, newbie, unbluffable, dense.
these can easily be used by going to the notes section for each player, and choosing their color
the color system is also cool because it stores all of your information you have on each player and the color stays on the player
let me know what you think and if there are any suggestions that you may have?