Short articles about table-selection in online poker.
Last updated on April 15th, 2019
Earlier this year PokerStars decided to change their policies with regards to seating scripts. Unfortunately, the restrictions they put into place did not have a positive effect on ring games – if anything they made things worse. Now, a bit unexpected, PokerStars decided to prohibit the use of any tool that aids the player with his table-selection.Read more.
Last updated on April 12th, 2019
One of the questions that I am most frequently asked is, if it is allowed to use a seating script on a particular poker client and which measures the poker sites are taking to prevent players from using auto-seating scripts. I have decided to write a short article on the topic, with details for every poker site.Read more.
Created on January 26th, 2019
Effective from the 1st of March this year, PokerStars is going to change their 3rd-Party Tools and Services Policy. In a 40-page document which they sent me via email, they have outlined the upcoming changes that will effect some utility tools, HUDs and of course seating scripts. In this article, I'll give a brief overview on the changes with regards to seat scripting and automated table-selection.Read more.
Created on January 11th, 2019
When the first seating scripts appeared a couple of years ago, they almost guaranteed you a seat at the table, when a recreational player appeared. In 2019 the situation looks a bit different. Almost every player from NL50 upwards is using an auto-seating script and of course there's no seat for everyone at the table.Read more.