Combining Multiple Filters
As well as applying simple filters you can combine filters in many ways.
As an example, let's look at combining flop, turn and river bet filters in some different ways.Simple combinations
The bet filters are on the Actions
If you select the Actions > Flop
tab and enable the Bet
filter, then in turn click the Turn
tabs and enable the Bet
option on both of those too and then click the Add Selected To Filters
button the three filters will be applied together using AND, so that only hands where the player bet the flop, turn and river will be shown.
If instead you check each Bet filter individually and click Add Selected To Filters
after each one the filters will be shown differently, but will still be applied using AND.
Both of these methods of adding multiple filters can be used when adding filters from different main tabs.
Tip! Most filters will be applied logically so if you add multiple site filters, for instance, they will be applied using OR (a hand can't be played at both Party and PokerStars - a "Party AND PokerStars" filter will never return any hands), but some may not be applied as you expect so you should check how they have been grouped.Ungrouping and re-combining
Instead of seeing only those hands where you bet all postflop streets (flop AND turn AND river) you might want to see hands where you bet at least one of these.
Starting with the first set of filters from above:
..we first need to ungroup the filters.
Select the filters you want to separate and click the Ungroup
This will split one of the filters out. You then need to select and ungroup the remaining pair.
Now that you have three individual filters select them all (by dragging or with shift-click or control-click) and click the 'OR' Selected
If you want to remove a filter (or group of filters) select it (or them) and click the Remove
button.More Complex Combinations
You can also combine filters in other ways by combining with different operators and in different orders.
Let's say you want to see hands where you bet on the river after betting either the flop or turn.
Starting with the three individual filters; select 'Any Flop Bet' and 'Any Turn Bet' and click 'OR' Selected
, then select both lines and click 'AND' Selected
Alternatively, let's say you want to see hands where you didn't bet the flop and then bet either the turn or river.
Again starting with the three individual filters; select 'Any Flop Bet' and click 'NOT' Selected
, then select 'Any Turn Bet' and 'Any River Bet' and click 'OR' Selected
. Finally, select both lines and click 'AND' Selected
- You wouldn't actually need the final step in either of these last two examples as the two separate lines would be applied with AND anyway.
- The filter combination in the first example would include hands where you bet the flop and turn as well as the river. If you want to see hands where you bet only one of the flop or turn and then bet the river you would need:
((Any Flop Bet AND NOT Any Turn Bet) OR (Any Turn Bet AND NOT Any Flop Bet)) AND Any River Bet
Likewise in the second example hands where you bet the turn and river would be included.