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Frequently Asked Questions

We have tried to provide answers to a comprehensive list of questions on all aspects of our site. However, if you are still having difficulty please contact us.

How do I upload a hand history?

Where do I get my hand histories?

How do I embed the replayer on another website?

My hand import didn't work with your replayer - did I do something wrong?

Why should I use this replayer in my site or in a forum?

I'm a webmaster or blogger - can I get the hand converter tool for my site?

How do I recreate a hand I've played in a casino or home game?

What poker sites are compatible with the replayer?

What types of poker games does your replayer support?

How do I upload a hand history?

Go to our importer and simply paste your hand history in the text box. You can even convert multiple hands through the converter, or upload your hand history text file. You also have options to anonymize player names, show a partial hand, and more.

Where do I get my hand histories?

Hand histories are easy to obtain from your poker site. Many sites automatically save your hand histories to a location on your computer (e.g., c:\program files\full tilt poker\handhistory\). You can then look in this location, open the hand history files and locate the specific hand history you'd like to post. Other poker sites allow you to make email requests for your hand histories (after which your hand histories are then emailed to you). Reading the support or help section of your poker site will most quickly help you obtain your hand histories.

How do I embed the replayer on another website?

After you create a replay, there will be a box under the replayer labelled "Embed." All you need to do is copy/paste the code in that box into any website (such as a forum or blog) to output a small version of the replayer.

My hand import didn't work with your replayer - did I do something wrong?

Users sometimes make mistakes when uploading hands into our replayer. Common mistakes include not uploading the complete hand history (you can show a partial hand using the options in our replayer, but you need to upload the full hand history). In rarer instances where there's a specific incompatibility with your poker site or hand, we hope to have any bugs fixed within a few days.

Why should I use this replayer in my site or in a forum?

You can embed the replay anywhere online, such as a forum or on a blog. It's a much easier way for visitors to grasp issues of position, stack sizes, and pot values. There's also the added entertainment of seeing a hand replayed visually than reading a text hand history. Our replayer is also more compact than a text hand history, saving visual space on your site.

I'm a webmaster or blogger - can I get the hand converter tool for my site?

Yes! Please see this page: http://www.pokerhandreplays.com/converter-embed.php. This will let you embed a flash tool that will allow your users to convert hands to our replayer format without ever leaving your site.

How do I recreate a hand I've played in a casino or home game?

Visit our hand recreation wizard. Follow the instructions in the wizard to recreate your hand.

What poker sites are compatible with the replayer?

We aim to be compatible with all poker sites. If you experience an error, we are automatically notified on our end so that we can quickly fix any bugs in our replayer. More likely, there was a problem with the text file you import (see previous FAQ above).

What types of poker games does your replayer support?

Currently our replayer supports No Limit, Limit, and Omaha games.