Would this be possible

SeanyJ

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Sometimes when I play poker on my laptop I get really sick of the crappy mousepad and it has cost me a couple dollars just from misclicking, nothing huge but I'm scared I'll end up calling an all in for $50 or something one time. I was just wondering if it is possible to play on pokerstars by just using the keyboard, I tried looking around on google and just found some people that made scripts to play with gaming controllers. I just want to be able to press like 'F' for fold, 'C' for call or 'R' to let me type in the amount I want to raise.

I know it is probably possible but I have no idea how it would be done and I just wanted to see if you guys knew about anywhere I could get something like this. Thanks!
 
aquadad

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if you go to fullcontactpoker.com you'll find a link to the trigger type mechanism that you might have seen on a PS commercial with Daniel Negreanu. He is using it while using his laptop on the sofa.
 
Vollycat

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Never tried it, but talked with a few who do use it and love it. Buddy of mine that will typically 4-5 table could never understand how some guys will 8 and 12 table...until he used this and then he understood. Not trying to spam (like I said, never used it before), but take a look at this: PokerPad
best of luck,
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riffpoker

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Hot damn ahab......cashing in my worthless Christmas gifts and getting me one of those.
 
Munchrs

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poker pad is the coolest thing ever!!! Makes multi-tabling soo much easier.
 
pantin007

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the poker remote control looks simple but for 60$USD that is kind of pricy for me
 
Munchrs

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the pot sizing bets are particularly useful and also the sit out/in on all tables is good for multi-tabling
 
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SeanyJ

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PokerPad looks interesting, I think I'll give that a shot. Thanks everyone!
 
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