Originally Posted by amygrantfan
that's pretty neat, i just checked it out. been playing with it a little bit. it seems a little difficult and not terribly intuitive. but i want to program in my own blind structure and be able to save it to re-use week after week. can it do that? i see a button to "save" but nothing happens when i press it. i did not have any luck, but maybe i'm just not smart enough. it also doesn't show things like payout structure, or even how many chips are on the table? did i just miss it? i also couldn't figure out how to change the timing so that different levels are different lengths. also, the odds checker kept timing out and saying it was unavailable. seems like the clock has potential, but not quite ready for prime time maybe hehe. i guess you get what you pay for? or are those features there, just i couldn't figure out how to use them.
OK first time using this one. Usually use Timfick but they are under repair or something. For your personal game and to save it go to site and click on New Structure
at the bottom. To the left appears a spot where you type in your name, at first it reads Untitled. Click and backspace to clear and then type in the name you want to call it. e.g mine is Dawg's Home Game.
Next, under where it says Level
there is a blue+. Click on that till you get the # of levels you want. Then if you want to re-size the sb/bb's left click on the # backspace and type in the # you want. When you're done with all that click on Save Structure
. Double check it worked by leaving the site and then going back in. Look for your re-titled structure in a light blue on the left and click on it.
Didn't see payout structure here. And doubt any timer can tell you the chips on the table thing. As far as different times for different levels why?
Aren't the levels in any tournament timed the same?
The odds checker might require you to sign up and login to use that feature. Perhaps you could use Pokerstove for that. Are you going to be checking the odds on every hand while you're playing? Sounds like it could interrupt the flow of the game.If not write down the cards with the board and go back later and check them out. Good study exercise. Let me know how it worked/or didn't.