v3.07.2 Beta introduces tournament auto detection - this is a major enhancement of tournament classification and detection.
Tournaments are analyzed as they are imported (or afterwards) and tournament type, buy-in and winnings are detected automatically where possible. In many cases tournament summary requests will no longer be necessary unless detailed result data on opponents is required.
You now have complete control over tournament types and can change them however you like.
Filtering has also been upgraded to utilise the new types and this allows much finer filtering.
In this tutorial:
Explains the new Tournament types and detection process.
- Configuring detection in imports
How to configure Auto and Manual import to trigger tournament detection.
- Detection of existing tournaments
If you have existing tournaments in your database you can force auto detection of these to correct the type or update results.
- Updating tournament information manually
You can change the type of a tournament if it was detected incorrectly, or add any information which it was not possible to detect.
- Filtering Tournament Types
You can now filter tournaments more accurately using combinations of tags.
To utilise this functionality you must be using v3.07.2 Beta or later.
PT3 Build History / Release Notes
Important Note on Tournament Auto-Detection
Auto-Detection is a process that will be continually improved. Not all tournament types can be supported in the auto-detection process, and in the initial release of the beta we do expect some errors.
For some sites and tournament types results will be very accurate but for others the information in the hand history files does not allow full automatic detection. Detection rules will be automatically updated each time you start PokerTracker 3.
We urge you to help us improve these results by reporting incorrect detection results.
Please attach hand history (and summary) files for tournaments which are not detected correctly to a Support ticket and tell us exactly what type each tournament actually is.