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    Quote Originally Posted by Click_here View Post
    How large is pname? How large is cpid?

    Assert that the array input is not out of bounds
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    #define MAXLIST 400000
    400000, I recently increase it by a factor of 5 in-case it was an issue, but it should have been easily big enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Click_here View Post
    I stand by my suggestion of assert to help the OP in their example.

    @OP: Just make sure that you don't count on it stopping your code at run time.
    I was not familiar with the assert thing but I am now - thanks.
    I have managed OK with printfs, I know it's not the best way but it's what I'm used to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by esbo
    400000, I recently increase it by a factor of 5 in-case it was an issue, but it should have been easily big enough
    Instead of assuming, check, e.g., while reading.

    Quote Originally Posted by esbo
    I was not familiar with the assert thing but I am now - thanks.
    I have managed OK with printfs, I know it's not the best way but it's what I'm used to.
    The right alternative to having printf statements for debugging is to use a debugger. Assertions should be used to document pre-conditions, post-conditions and assumptions in your code for which a violation indicates a programming error. Hence, using an assertion to check user input is silly: invalid user input is not a programming error. Rather, failure to correctly handle invalid user input is a programming error.
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    He program is a bit of a mess to be honest but I think it used to work OK, at least it didn't crash.

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    Normally when it finds a new game if see debug code like this.


    Code:
    Tablevar2 <#2439431Speed>
    tabname<#2439431Speed>
    finished loop <K.I.N.G.>
    SEATED adding PLAYER <K.I.N.G.>
    finished loop <Pyran1a>
    SEATED adding PLAYER <Pyran1a>
    finished loop <Urkarian>
    SEATED adding PLAYER <Urkarian>
    finished loop <collocollo>
    SEATED adding PLAYER <collocollo>
    finished loop <fxm341>
    SEATED adding PLAYER <fxm341>
    finished loop <gamas824>
    SEATED adding PLAYER <gamas824>
    finished loop <george_shrub>
    SEATED adding PLAYER <george_shrub>
    finished loop <gordonebula>
    SEATED adding PLAYER <gordonebula>
    finished loop <moliner0001>
    SEATED adding PLAYER <moliner0001>
     debug1 <0.05 USD].>
     debug12 
     var1 <gamas824 posts small blind [$0.05 USD].>
     debug12aa

    But after a point I instead see debug like this which indicates things have got out of step.

    Code:
    int <>
    Hint <#Game No : 11600365239 >
    Hint <***** Hand History for Game 11600365239 *****>
    Hint <$10 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Thursday, March 29, 20:33:40 EDT 2012>
    Hint <Table Speed #2439431 (No DP) (Real Money)>
    Hint <Seat 8 is the button>
    Hint <Total number of players : 9/9 >
    Hint <Seat 2: K.I.N.G. ( $9.80 USD )>
    Hint <Seat 3: Pyran1a ( $9.95 USD )>
    Hint <Seat 4: collocollo ( $21.46 USD )>
    Hint <Seat 7: fxm341 ( $10 USD )>
    Hint <Seat 8: gamas824 ( $11.07 USD )>
    Hint <Seat 9: george_shrub ( $9.70 USD )>
    Hint <Seat 5: gordonebula ( $10.45 USD )>
    Hint <Seat 1: kbzita88 ( $14.55 USD )>
    Hint <Seat 6: moliner0001 ( $10 USD )>
     debug1 <0.05 USD].>
     debug12


    Manifest in this lovely piece of code
    But the actually error occurs prior to this I think.

    I know it is horrible code because I changed it for a different site

    Code:
    
    			if (finished==FALSE){             //PROCESS SEATING
    				do {
    					rn=fscanf(game_file_ptr,"%[^\n]\n",var1);  
    				if (rn==-1) {
    					printf("\n bad read1564b"); //                            END OF A GAME
    					break;
    				}
    					if ((strncmp("-----",var1,5))==0)  break;
    					if ((strncmp("Seat ",var1,5))==0) {
    	//					printf("\n%s",var1); 
    				//		sscanf(var1,"Seat %d: %s %[^\n]\n",&seatnum,player,var1);
    							sscanf(var1,"Seat %d: %[^(] %[^\n]\n",&seatnum,player,var1);
    
    						{ int k;
    						k=0; k=strlen(player) -1;player[k]=0;}
    
    						printf("\nfinished loop <%s>", player);
    						if(var1[0]!='\(') {
    					//		printf("\nZ2");
    							sscanf(var1,"%s",var2);
    							if(strcmp(var2,"sits")){
    								/*printf("\nZ3");*/
    								sprintf(player,"%s %s",player,var2);
    							}
    						}
    						printf("\nSEATED adding PLAYER <%s>",player);
    
    						addlist(); 	seatfound=TRUE;	onefound=TRUE;
    										}
    					else {		seatfound = FALSE;		}
    					if ((onefound ==TRUE) && (seatfound ==FALSE)) {
    						finished=TRUE;	skipread=TRUE;
    						/*printf("\nSKIPread\n");*/
    						break;
    					}
    				}
    				while (  rn!=-1);/*not end of file or break at end of names */
    				if (rn==-1){   	rn=0;	break;	}
    			} /* if finished is false */
    			if (skipread==FALSE) {
    			printf("\nHint <%s>",var1);
    				rn=fscanf(game_file_ptr,"%[^\n]\n",var1);  
    				if (rn==-1) {
    					printf("\n bad read1b4343"); //                            END OF A GAME
    					break;
    				}
    //			printf("\nINPUT55<%s>",var1);
    				skipread=TRUE;
    			
    			}
    			skipread=FALSE;
    So there is a problem there even if it's not the one which cause the bug. I wrote this stuff ages ago and only recently revisited.

    One problem was using fscanf which skips over blank lines, that caused problems because the blank line indicates the end of a game, so instead I relied upon other things.
    ie when someone wins the game as here.


    Code:
    gamas824 does not show cards.
    gamas824 wins $0.15 USD
     Game #11600427288 starts.
    
    #Game No : 11600427288 
    ***** Hand History for Game 11600427288 *****
    $10 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Thursday, March 29, 21:17:04 EDT 2012
    Table Speed #2439431 (No DP) (Real Money)


    However that caused problems when someone left the game as shown here, so things could get out of sync.


    Code:
    fxm341 wins $1.50 USD
    kbzita88 has left the table.
     Game #11600428515 starts.
    
    #Game No : 11600428515 
    ***** Hand History for Game 11600428515 *****
    $10 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Thursday, March 29, 21:18:01 EDT 2012
    Table Speed #2439431 (No DP) (Real Money)

    So I may have to rewrite that section. (which is gonna be a real pain as it involves sorting out the mess i made trying to cure it in the first place!!). I realise after I wrote it I could have done a number of things a lot better but I just want ed to get something up and working fast.

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    It's that long ago I can't remember myself what I was doing. Problem was when writing I didn't know all the things that could happen in a game
    plus different sites have different approaches, some do one file per day someone file per table and some do one file per game.

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    And like when you read a line in you do not know what it will be, you do not know you have finished processing the players until
    they start playing so you never know what to expect and it gets messy.

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    Your fscanf call is simply trying to pull a full line...instead use fgets, and a loop structure such as this:

    Code:
    ...
    while (fgets(buf, SIZEOF_BUF, fp)) {
        if (ferror(fp)) {
            perror("read failed");
            break;
        }
    ...
    }
    Reason being, is fgets isn't going to "skip" the new line , it reads in everything up to a new line (or the size specified, so make sure you use buffer size big enough to fit a full line, or work in some logic to append to a buffer until you have a full line) so you can tell the end of the game the proper way-- by identifying the blank lines, something like
    if (!strcmp(buf, "\n")) may work if its a fairly clean line
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    Okay...now that I actually look at the code you post, there are some serious memory issues here:

    Code:
                                /* OOPS! we're reading from and writing to the same variable: var1 */
                                sscanf(var1,"Seat %d: %[^(] %[^\n]\n",&seatnum,player,var1);
     
                            { int k;
                            k=0; k=strlen(player) -1;player[k]=0;}
     
                            printf("\nfinished loop <%s>", player);
                            if(var1[0]!='\(') {
                        //      printf("\nZ2");
                                 /* we're now reading again from the corrupted var, to some other var that is never shown
                                   * how its declared.. */
                                sscanf(var1,"%s",var2);
                                if(strcmp(var2,"sits")){
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    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight View Post
    Instead of assuming, check, e.g., while reading.


    The right alternative to having printf statements for debugging is to use a debugger. Assertions should be used to document pre-conditions, post-conditions and assumptions in your code for which a violation indicates a programming error. Hence, using an assertion to check user input is silly: invalid user input is not a programming error. Rather, failure to correctly handle invalid user input is a programming error.

    The size of the array is based on the number of player I expect to play so I make it a lot larger than it need be.
    I print out the array at the end so I know if it is getting too big in which case I make the array bigger.
    Not sure if I have a debugger.
    The real underlying problem is more of a design error rather than a programming error, with perhaps a bit of confusion thrown in!!
    The problem is because I don't always know what data is going to be thrown at the program,the design will sometimes be wrong.
    Sometimes that is an an easy programming fix, other time more of a headache redesigning bits.

    Often I am not aware if there is a problem unless it causes a crash because it means I would have to manually process hundreds of hands to check if the
    program i correct!!

    One way of knowing is to play at a table for a while and see if the program records the same profit/loss as indicated by my balance at the site.
    Sometime events occur which are not recorded in the game file, for example you may be returned money bet which was not called.
    It won't show as a win, some sites say it was returned some don't bother.
    I am not actually sure if the program helps me play or not anyway, most of the time you never see the players again anyway!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonpuz View Post
    Okay...now that I actually look at the code you post, there are some serious memory issues here:

    Code:
                                /* OOPS! we're reading from and writing to the same variable: var1 */
                                sscanf(var1,"Seat %d: %[^(] %[^\n]\n",&seatnum,player,var1);
     
                            { int k;
                            k=0; k=strlen(player) -1;player[k]=0;}
     
                            printf("\nfinished loop <%s>", player);
                            if(var1[0]!='\(') {
                        //      printf("\nZ2");
                                 /* we're now reading again from the corrupted var, to some other var that is never shown
                                   * how its declared.. */
                                sscanf(var1,"%s",var2);
                                if(strcmp(var2,"sits")){

    OH thanks for that!!

    Not sure if it is an actually issue or not regarding the fault.
    I will do a quick modification!!

    [eta]

    Modification done!!!!!!!!!!

    It works!!!!!!!

    It no longer crashes!!!!!!!

    Many thanks!!! You can have this weeks winnings ie -$5.00
    Last edited by esbo; 01-10-2013 at 10:31 PM.

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    This is the output from the program, however it seems I have perhaps introduced errors trying to fix it.
    There should be a lot more data in there I think.
    I am playing as george_shrub which is why I have more games

    Code:
                                      (RealMoroni.txt
    01 JAWAMAN1989    0.0X    0.00P       4G      0C       4G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD JAWAMAN1989 Seat 
    02 vedder21 Sea   0.0X    0.00P       9G      0C       9G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD vedder21 Seat 
    03 el ser Seat    0.0X    0.00P      36G      0C       9G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD el ser Seat 
    04 george_shrub   0.0X    0.00P    1430G      0C    1336G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD george_shrub Seat 
    05 doloto_90 Se   0.0X    0.00P       5G      0C       5G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD doloto_90 Seat 
    06 dinomerlin S   0.0X    0.00P      19G      0C       9G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD dinomerlin Seat 
                                      CoastalSuffolk.txt
    01 AApoKerAA911   0.0X    0.00P      42G      0C      42G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD AApoKerAA911 Seat 
    02 rybka4 Seat    0.0X    0.00P      67G      0C      65G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD rybka4 Seat 
    03 george_shrub   0.0X    0.00P    1430G      0C    1336G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD george_shrub Seat 
    05 mrjimmy75 Se   0.0X    0.00P      14G      0C      14G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD mrjimmy75 Seat 
    06 lie2me88 Sea   0.0X    0.00P      24G      0C      24G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD lie2me88 Seat 
                                      (RealPointe-Noire.txt
    01 alanzan__ Se   0.0X    0.00P      35G      0C      32G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD alanzan__ Seat 
    02 Mischgi69 Se   0.0X    0.00P       3G      0C       3G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD Mischgi69 Seat 
    03 jabberwocky3   0.0X    0.00P      35G      0C      32G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD jabberwocky31 Seat 
    04 amoreau007 S   0.0X    0.00P      58G      0C      55G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD amoreau007 Seat 
    05 Meroveus Sea   0.0X    0.00P       2G      0C       2G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD Meroveus Seat 
    06 george_shrub   0.0X    0.00P    1430G      0C    1336G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD george_shrub Seat 
                                      (RealSeoul.txt
    01 grayslad Sea   0.0X    0.00P      63G      0C      63G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD grayslad Seat 
    02 Gizmo.electr   0.0X    0.00P      63G      0C      63G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD Gizmo.electric Seat 
    03 george_shrub   0.0X    0.00P    1430G      0C    1336G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD george_shrub Seat 
    04 camilloskate   0.0X    0.00P      57G      0C      57G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD camilloskate Seat 
    05 Myxarus Seat   0.0X    0.00P      63G      0C      63G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD Myxarus Seat 
    06 MistWar Seat   0.0X    0.00P     138G      0C     138G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD MistWar Seat 
    07 sereban_74 S   0.0X    0.00P      63G      0C      63G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD sereban_74 Seat 
    08 Kamovich Sea   0.0X    0.00P      51G      0C      51G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD Kamovich Seat 
                                      (RealOrtaköy.txt
    01 ignatio777 S   0.0X    0.00P      35G      0C      35G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD ignatio777 Seat 
    02 knobelclown    0.0X    0.00P      66G      0C      66G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD knobelclown Seat 
    03 hchch Seat     0.0X    0.00P      35G      0C      35G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD hchch Seat 
    04 Draganta333    0.0X    0.00P      59G      0C      59G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD Draganta333 Seat 
    05 kruteranio S   0.0X    0.00P      97G      0C      97G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD kruteranio Seat 
    06 Jr.Joe Seat    0.0X    0.00P      96G      0C      96G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD Jr.Joe Seat 
    07 MistWar Seat   0.0X    0.00P     138G      0C     138G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD MistWar Seat 
    08 george_shrub   0.0X    0.00P    1430G      0C    1336G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD george_shrub Seat 
    09 tjc1628 Seat   0.0X    0.00P      41G      0C      41G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD tjc1628 Seat 
                                      (RealAtafu.txt
    01 george_shrub   0.0X    0.00P    1430G      0C    1336G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD george_shrub Seat 
    02 bbk55 Seat     0.0X    0.00P      49G      0C      49G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD bbk55 Seat 
    03 ladysonja90    0.0X    0.00P      49G      0C      49G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD ladysonja90 Seat 
    04 Pinny1990 Se   0.0X    0.00P      10G      0C      10G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD Pinny1990 Seat 
    06 Kriisol Seat   0.0X    0.00P      40G      0C      40G      0C     0.0W   NaNX8    0%WON     0F   0%FW    0.0VIP    0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD Kriisol Seat 
    Rake 0.000000


    This is what a previous version of the output looked like, so you can see a lot of fields are missing. I think/hope that is due to some of the change I recently made.


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                                      #1465022(Real.txt
    06 Doppelhefe     7.1X    0.11P      14G      1C      14G      1C     2.0W   7.7X8   7.1CX3    14%WON     2F  14%FW     7%P  14%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD Doppelhefe 
    03 Gin123555     21.0X    0.18P     138G     29C     138G     29C    15.5W  20.8X8  21.0CX3    11%WON     8F   6%FW     2%P   4%F   5%T   4%R  43%SD Gin123555 
    04 N_z4Ne        18.0X    0.52P     105G     20C     100G     18C    15.5W  19.2X8  19.0CX3    15%WON    10F  10%FW    16%P  12%F   4%T   3%R  40%SD N_z4Ne 
    01 Norbert1962   22.2X   -0.29P      18G      4C      18G      4C     1.0W   7.7X8  22.2CX3     6%WON     1F   6%FW     0%P   0%F   0%T   6%R   0%SD Norbert1962 
    02 Predokk888    14.3X    9.53P     450G     66C     427G     61C    58.1W  14.0X8  14.7CX3    13%WON    40F   9%FW    12%P   6%F   2%T   1%R  62%SD Predokk888 
    07 Vincent19802  30.0X   -0.84P      30G      9C      30G      9C     5.0W  33.3X8  30.0CX3    17%WON     4F  13%FW     0%P   3%F  13%T   3%R  33%SD Vincent19802 
    09 george_shrub  33.8X  -88.77P   13101G   4290C   12219G   4127C  2109.4W  34.0X8  32.9CX3    16%WON  1416F  11%FW     5%P  14%F   7%T   5%R  40%SD george_shrub 
    08 supertom888   38.5X    0.30P      13G      5C      13G      5C     2.5W  38.5X8  38.5CX3    19%WON     1F   8%FW     8%P  23%F   0%T   0%R  50%SD supertom888 
                                      #1464750(Real.txt
    03 Fless555       8.1X    0.03P      37G      3C      37G      3C     5.0W   8.1X8   8.1CX3    14%WON     4F  11%FW    11%P   0%F   0%T   0%R 100%SD Fless555 
    07 IQNUQ          9.0X    0.63P     211G     19C     211G     19C    18.5W   9.2X8   9.0CX3     9%WON    11F   5%FW     6%P   5%F   4%T   1%R  64%SD IQNUQ 
    01 M12shrooM      0.0X   -0.02P       7G      0C       7G      0C     0.0W   0.0X8   0.0CX3     0%WON     0F   0%FW     0%P   0%F   0%T   0%R NaN%SD M12shrooM 
    09 Marcica71     16.9X   -1.18P     160G     27C     160G     27C     8.5W  16.4X8  16.9CX3     5%WON     6F   4%FW     1%P   2%F   6%T   3%R  20%SD Marcica71 
    05 Mich278        9.3X    2.76P     182G     17C     182G     17C    13.5W   9.0X8   9.3CX3     7%WON    12F   7%FW     7%P   5%F   2%T   2%R  17%SD Mich278 
    06 george_shrub  33.8X  -88.77P   13101G   4290C   12219G   4127C  2109.4W  34.0X8  32.9CX3    16%WON  1416F  11%FW     5%P  14%F   7%T   5%R  40%SD george_shrub 
    08 konstant1n99  18.3X    1.75P      93G     17C      93G     17C    14.5W  18.5X8  18.3CX3    16%WON    12F  13%FW    16%P   6%F   5%T   3%R  50%SD konstant1n99 
    02 vsischenko    14.9X   -0.43P      47G      7C      47G      7C     6.5W  15.6X8  14.9CX3    14%WON     5F  11%FW     9%P   6%F   2%T   4%R  25%SD vsischenko 
    04 wih102        28.9X   -1.60P      97G     28C      97G     28C     9.0W  28.1X8  28.9CX3     9%WON     6F   6%FW     0%P   4%F   2%T   2%R  27%SD wih102 
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    Last edited by esbo; 01-10-2013 at 10:45 PM.

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    I am fortunate in that I do have a backup somewhere, I don't use any source code control as such so lucky I did some back up a few months ago.
    But as you can see it did seem to be working with that error in at one point!!!!

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    You can also see I have not been having much luck

    06 george_shrub 33.8X -88.77P

    That means $88 dollars down!! The 33.8X is how many time I voluntarily take part in a game, note it is much higher than the others, one of the reasons I lose.
    However those numbers may not be entirely accurate, for example if I miss off $0.01 per game I would be $131 down. But I think it might be about right.



    16%WON 1416F 11%FW 5%P 14%F 7%T 5%R 40%SD george_shrub

    Above we have the %age won, the number of 'forced wins' (players folded), the ammount I raised preflop P, post flop F, on the turn T and one the river R then the %age of showdowns won SD.

    Sorry I can't post better figures!!

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    One thing worth bearing in mind is that even if you show a loss you do get free bonuses so a lot of it is not my money.
    But it's very hard to win these days, I used to win in the past, £100 ever month for about 9 months.
    Then something seemed to change and I could not win anymore!!!
    Only recently started playing again I need to at least halve the amount of hands I play.

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