Omaha

    • Beherith
      Beherith
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      Joined: 28.05.2007 Posts: 1,894
      Hi!
      Sorry for my English :s_cool:
      How could I point in Equilab Omaha for example the best 20% of KK?
      I tied to write it as KK(20%) but I suppose its not correct:

      Борд: K 2 9
      Эквити Выигрыш Делёж
      MP2 10.22% 10.22% 0.01% { AhAc3c8d }
      MP3 89.78% 89.77% 0.01% { KK** }


      Борд: K 2 9
      Эквити Выигрыш Делёж
      MP2 54.74% 53.15% 1.59% { AhAc3c8d }
      MP3 45.26% 43.66% 1.59% { KK(20%) }

      And if this is not correct - what does Equilab understand as KK(20%)?
  • 2 replies
    • patszerdonk
      patszerdonk
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      Joined: 19.05.2011 Posts: 834
      IMO, you can't. x% is always refered to all.

      KK(20%) is a wrong filter. I believe it is equal with 20%

      I think the best way to get 20% of KK**:

      1. Find out how much is KK** (for example: 10k hands)
      2. open "dialog options" and add filter and combinations until you got 10k * 20% = 2k hands.

      Sorry, I believe this is not what you want but I can't think something else.
    • Beherith
      Beherith
      Bronze
      Joined: 28.05.2007 Posts: 1,894
      Thanks, patszerdonk, nice suggestion!

      Moderator - could you please forward my question to Equilab developers? Are they planning to add this option?