Re: suggestions for some poker software
There should be an option to export your hand histories to text files, which can then be imported into HEM or PT3.
I am not sure how to export the hand history files with the new version of Poker Office, but what I was able to locate on doing it with the old version was this:
To export hand histories from Poker Office you need to go to Ring Games -> Overview, click the level (or "Summary" if you wish to export all hands) from which you want to export hands. You will now be able to see all your Game Id's in the Game Details tab, click the first Game Id (not on the clickable link though)and then hit Ctrl +a, which will highlight all the hand histories. Then right click on one of the Game Id's and choose Show HandHistory for selected hands. A new window with all the hand histories will now pop up, highlight a small part of the text and then hit Ctrl +a and then hit Ctrl +c. Then open a text file (notepad document) and hit Ctrl +v, then save the file to your hard disk. And finally import the text file into your PartyPoker database.
There is an easier way to export the hand histories.
The following assumes you are using MySQL, the "mysql" program is in your path, your PO database is called "pokeroffice", the user is "root" and there is no password. Do not type the quotes.
1) create a script with notepad (or your favorite editor) called "hh.sql", containing the text "SELECT handhistory FROM handhistory;". Note the ";".
2) from the command prompt run:
mysql --user=root pokeroffice <hh.sql >hhout.txt
The file "hhout.txt" will contain all the hand histories.
I did this under Linux, the file contained "\n" instead of newline characters, so may require a bit of hand editing (search and replace) . It also contained Ctrl-M (return) characters, which Linux does not use, but Windows does. I do not know what the Windows output will look like. I assume the same.
You should be able to import all the hand using the file import option in PO.
The entire thread on the subject can be found here: http://www.pokeroffice.com/forum/poker- ... abase.html