Warning: Make sure you tell TN2 what language your poker client is set to.
Warning: Only use the Override Theme option when experimenting with themes that are not officially supported. If you use the override theme option and are playing with a supported theme, TableNinja II will not function correctly.
Assigning a hotkey to a task means that instead of clicking your mouse on your poker client, you use a keyboard shortcut to perform the same action. Using hotkeys allows you to play more tables with less effort.
Example: You might assign betting All-in to "A" on your keyboard. Then when it's your turn to act on a table you don't click All-in, you just press the "A" key on your keyboard to go all-in. Enabling hotkeys does not disable mouse clicking, it's just a shortcut to get the action performed.
If it is your turn and you are using the Table Under Mouse or Manually Cycled/Clicked options found in Table Control -> Popup, then the hotkeys found in this section will also click the corresponding bet/check/call/fold button if used on your turn.
Click by Location is only used for poker site themes that TableNinja II partially supports. This is a "hack" to get betting actions to work. Please use this feature with caution.
Pressing the Toggle Hotkeys hotkey will disable and enable all TableNinja II hotkeys.
Please follow these basic instructions to setup TableNinja II to be used while playing at PokerStars:
In the PokerStars client choose Options -> Advanced Multi-Table Options and disable the following options:
In the PokerStars client choose Options -> Betslider Options and disable the following options:
You must use only PokerStars table themes supported by TableNinja II, changes to these themes are not supported:
If the default bets are not populated by TableNinja II in the poker client's betting box, or if the betting hotkeys do not work, then this can be fixed by selecting Options > Table Display Options > Animation > Disabled.
Please see this FAQ for more information on TableNinja II security settings
Please follow these basic instructions to setup TableNinja II to be used at Full Tilt:
In the PartyPoker client choose Settings -> Multitabling and disable the following options:
You must use any of the PartyPoker modern themes, any table color is permissible.
Besides the usual Bet Actions, you can create hotkeys for betting a specific portion of the pot, a specific number of blinds, or a combination thereof. Each betting hotkey can be assigned to a specific street.
For example, using TableNinja II's Betting hotkeys you can bet 60% pot preflop, 50% pot on flop, 40% pot on turn and river.
In addition, you can fine tune your default bets or hotkeys depending on your position at the table, or depending on current BB size in tournaments and SNG tables. For example, you can have a hotkey that will bet 3 blinds, and then less and less, as the blinds grow.
Note: Betting lines are used in order. For tournaments, betting lines should be ordered from the largest BB to the smallest BB like it is in the Default Betting -> Filter column above.
TableNinja II has an extremely simple interface for creating hotkeys. To assign a hotkey to an action, simply click the + New Hotkey button or the text-field next to that action and hit the key or mouse button or combination of buttons to which you would like the hotkey assigned. To delete the hotkey, click the text field to select it and hit the delete key.
Please be aware that you cannot assign a hotkey to the left-click button on the mouse. Also note when creating mouse hotkeys your cursor must be over the text field.
The Filter Icon/Button allows you to setup filters for Default Betting and Betting Hotkeys.
The Table Control-Popup feature contains the following sections:
When Foreground is in another application and a table requires action:
When you manually move to a Table (manually click it or Cycle Forward / Backward) that table becomes the target table until:
Select your table layout style. If your tables are arranged in a grid, select "Tiled". If you stack, select "Stack". If you cascade, select "Cascade". If you want tables stacked but active tables to be automatically tiled choose "Ninja Tile". You can also choose custom and save a custom layout.
Click the EDIT button to tell TableNinja II what monitor tables should be placed on when you stack, tile, cascade, Ninja tile, etc.
Click the EDIT button to tell TableNinja II what size you want your tables for each layout option.
New tables will be put into slots like this:
Clicking the Table Layout Edit button will open the Table Layout Editor, which consists of these feature grounds:
This displays all the monitors connected to your PC. Select which monitor you want to use for each layout. In the screen above, monitor 3 is selected for "Tile."
Clicking Edit places a dummy table in gray on your monitor. Note that when you click the edit button, you are editing the layout selected on the left. In the screen above, this is set to "Tile."
When you have a hotkey assigned to Set Tables Aside or Handle Popups, use this to turn this feature on and off.
Click the Add TA Slot to tell TableNinja II where to place the Set Table Aside.
Click the Add HP Slot to tell TableNinja II where to place the Handle Popup table.
The Cycling / Table Aside function provides the following features:
Set Table Aside lets you set tables aside that you want to remain out of the standard layout. You might have a few MTT's going and one Final Table. You can now use Set Table Aside to move the selected table out of your stack.
To set this up, assign a Hotkey to STA 1-10 and click the Edit button. Once you are on this screen, Click the Add TA Slot button to tell TableNinja where you want this set table aside table to be.
Similar to Set Table Aside, you can now set tables aside that have a popup. Breaks, Rebuys, Final Table notices, etc.
Once you assign a Hotkey to Handle Popups, click the Edit button. Now click the Add HP Slot button to tell TableNinja II where you would like this table to be placed.
The Annoyances window allows you to automatically handle common poker related annoyances. Auto clicking the time bank, or automatically handling tournament registration popups are all found here along with waitlist options. The sections within this feature include:
Auto Rebuy - If allowed, you will automatically rebuy back into a tournament when you bust out.
Auto Double Rebuy - If allowed, you will automatically double rebuy back into a tournament when you bust out.
Auto Add-on - If allowed, you will automatically add a Add-on when allowed in the tournament.
Auto-handle Tournament Registration popup - Any time you register for a tournament TableNinja II will automatically handle the registration popup and buy-in with your money.
Register for identical if tourney is full - If the "Register to identical if full" check-box is checked, TableNinja II will use the built in "Automatically register to an identical tournament" feature if the tournament is already full.
Auto close finished tournament after X seconds - TableNinja II will automatically close tournaments the specified number of seconds after you win or lose.
Auto Click Info tab - This will automatically being up the info window for all poker tables.
On a Tourney Break - Enabling this feature will cause TableNinja II to automatically fold any hands that pop up and sit you out at all tables. Use this feature to keep your time bank in tact if you need a quick break from the action.
Toggle - This will allow you to set a hotkey to toggle the on tourney break feature.
Show TN2 window when on a break - This will bring up the TableNinja II client when you are on a tourney break.
Auto Rebuy - Will automatically rebuy you into the game when you've lost all of your tournament chips.
Auto Double-Rebuy - Will automatically double your rebuy amount on tournaments that support double rebuys.
Auto Add-on - Will automatically purchase an addon for tournaments that support addon's at the break.
TableNinja II can automatically show you how many chips you have, in BB or in Harrington's M. By dragging the small rectangles, you tell TableNinja II where that information should be shown on the table.
Note that the display will update any time it becomes your turn. The display does not update in between turns and thus the number it displays may not be accurate when it is not your turn. Also note that when you post a blind, the posted blind will be counted as part of your stack.
TableNinja II's SNG Sensei feature can automatically register you to Sit N Gos, removing the painful repetitive task of registering for multiple events. When you use SNG Sensei, this tool will automatically buy into Real Money Sit-n-Go's with YOUR REAL MONEY; please use this feature carefully because Max Value Software is not responsible for improper user configuration or unintended use of SNG Sensi.
To use SNG Sensei:
Automatic registration of SNGs can be managed by separating the SNGs into two components - one for each Buyin and\or SNG type. This guide will walk you through example steps to set up a $15 9-MAX Hyper tournament and a $30 9-MAX Turbo tournament within SNG Sensei.
$15 9-MAX Hyper Tournament:
You should now only see tournaments in PokerStars that you want to play. Do not close the PokerStars filter - this must remain open.
Next, create a new line in TableNinja II's SNG Sensei and set these options:
All filters should be applied to the same tab + sub-tab in lobby. In our example we used “1-table – All”, but depending on SNGs you want to play you can use any tab/sub-tab combination, just make sure it is the same in both cases.
$30 9-MAX Turbo Tournament:
You should now only see tournaments in PokerStars that you want to play.
Do not close filter, create a new line in Sensei and set there:
After the above is complete, set the following options at the bottom of SNG Sensei:
Notice: TableNinja II will take care of different types of tournaments that you want to play at the same time.
Example: if you want to play 4 at a time but to have 3 of them $15 and one $30 - set this in Concurrent SNG at a time. Result: no more than 3 simultaneously opened $15 tables and no less than 1 $30 during all your session.
Now if you enable both these lines in TableNinja II and start SNG Sensei, you will be registered in two types of SNG according settings you have made.
This works together with Concurrent SNG's at a time, Max to Play and Max per cycle. SNG Sensei will automatically search the lobby and register you, depending on the max number per cycle, to put you in the max number of SNG's to play simultaneously. Secs Between Cycles controls how much time passes between searches.This column should be set to a number greater than the amount of time it usually takes for your games to fill. The time also should not be set too low, or it causes Sensei to needlessly run, which can cause less than optimal performance. It also should not be set to run before you would need it to run again. If you are registered in the max for the time, and your SNG average length is 15 minutes, you won't need it to run every 1-3 minutes. Make sure the time is set in seconds as well.
The Experimental tab is used to enable the TableNinja II features which are currently in Beta.
By default, Windows Vista, 7 and 8 all include a feature that uses a desktop display functionality called Aero which contains some components that could conflict with TableNinja II's operations if Aero is not properly enabled.
NinjaVision is a new TableNinja II feature that is currently in Beta which lets you stay on top of every hand no matter how many tables you play. This new visual aid combines the best of both worlds by creating a hybrid solution that provides the benefits gained from tiling tables and stacking tables. NinjaVision provides a tiled live overview of all your tables on your monitor, while the actual tables remain stacked. You can easily cycle between the stacked tables by selecting them within the NinjaVision tiled live overview.
To learn how to use this Beta feature, please review this video guide:
This tab will record every action that TableNinja II takes and report it in real-time. You can also find all this information written in your log files. The report will display the full error text for any error message you encounter.
If support requests a log file to help our staff debug your issue, then you can these create log files by clicking Contact Support and pressing the Send Logs to TableNinja button. This will create the log files necessary and store them as a zipped file in the TableNinja II application folder. Select this file, and attach it to an email to TableNinja Support.