HUD automatic changing to F,T,R

  • 6 replies
    • VorpalF2F
      VorpalF2F
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      Hi, JHTAN
      My understanding is that "any" works for all streets that do not have a specific HUD.

      So for example, if you had an "Any" HUD for a specific combination of Site,Seats,Games,Betting and a "Turn" HUD for the same combo, you get the "Any" for preflop, flop and river, the the "Turn" HUD for the turn.

      Note that I have not tried this.

      Let us know what you find.

      Did you check the HM2 FAQ?

      Peace,
      --VS
    • JHTAN
      JHTAN
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      Originally posted by VorpalF2F
      Hi, JHTAN
      My understanding is that "any" works for all streets that do not have a specific HUD.

      So for example, if you had an "Any" HUD for a specific combination of Site,Seats,Games,Betting and a "Turn" HUD for the same combo, you get the "Any" for preflop, flop and river, the the "Turn" HUD for the turn.

      Note that I have not tried this.

      Let us know what you find.

      Did you check the HM2 FAQ?

      Peace,
      --VS
      Hi,
      Let say I set "X" as any and "Y" for Flop.
      Which one will be used for Flop?
      Thanks.
    • netsrak
      netsrak
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      Y of course ?(
    • JHTAN
      JHTAN
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      Originally posted by netsrak
      Y of course ?(
      but 'any' includes F,T,R?
    • VorpalF2F
      VorpalF2F
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      Originally posted by JHTAN
      Originally posted by netsrak
      Y of course ?(
      but 'any' includes F,T,R?
      Hi, JHTAN,

      Yes, it does, but in this case, we understand that "any" means "any street that does not already have a specific HUD for it".

      So think of "any" in this context as "any other"

      English has some weird things like this.

      For example:
      I was in line at a hamburger counter.
      The waitress asked the guy ahead of me, "Would you like everything on it?"
      He replied, "No -- I want no '57 Chevys please".
      We all laughed.
      He explained, "In my language, 'Everything' always means everything, not just 'Everything you would expect on a hamburger".

      So here, "any" means "any street not already covered"

      Enjoy,
      --VS
    • JHTAN
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      THANKS.