HM2 poker software releases a mammoth update for June including full support for all sites on the Winning Poker Network. The Programming team was also hard at working adding new stats.
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HM2 Build Notes:
HM 6837 – Updated FTP parsing to work with new FTP client.
HM 6819 – Added support for Winning Poker Network HUD, Replayer and Hand Viewer.
HM 5639 – Added the following stats:
Flop Raise Fold IP
Flop Raise Call IP
Flop Raise Raise IP
Flop Check-Raise Fold OOP
Flop Check-Raise Call OOP
Flop Check-Raise Raise OOP
Flop Raise Fold TOT
Flop Raise Call TOT
Flop Raise Raise TOT
HM 5008 – Added the following stats:
BTN Fold to CO Steal
BTN Call CO Steal
BTN Resteal vs CO
BTN Defend vs CO Steal
HM 4927 – Added the following stats:
Bet River After Flop Bet and Turn Check
Check River After Flop Bet and Turn Check
Other Stat Updates:
HM 5295 – Corrected Luck Adjusted Winnings on certain PokerStars Hyper Turbo STT’s.
HM 6078 – Changed default stat in reports from $ EV to USD $ EV.
HM 6150 – Added seen flop, turn, river overall to report stats.
HM 6540 – Corrected calculation issue with tourney buy-in and tourney total buy-in stats.
HM 6362, HM 6415 – Corrected winnings/hour (Tournament Stat).
HM 6551 – Agg% stats - Removed All-in hands as opportunities
HM 6578 – Fixed opportunity display in popups for Skip Flop CB and Check-Raise 3Bet Pot OOP stat
HM 6620 – Fixed opportunity display in popups for Turn CBet-Fold IP 3Bet Pot.
HM 5404 – Fixed minraise stats calculations for some cultures that use specific format (eg. German, Slovenian)
HM 4331 – Updated Live Tracking support for Ongame.
HM 6800 – Updated Winning Poker Network parsing issue on specific hands.
Report & Filter Updates:
HM 6223 – Corrected issue when saving reports in .html caused some line formatting issues.
HM 6262 – Corrected exported reports having incorrect currency symbols.
HM 6282 – Corrected currency symbols with regional settings in reports.
HM 6804 – Corrected issue where Turn Backdoor Flush Draw filter wasn’t showing any hands.
HM 6415 – Corrected an issue with a corrupted HH displaying incorrect filter data.
HM 6341 – Corrected crash when opening hole cards grid while report is loading.
HM 6721 – Corrected issue when using OR filters for flushes on top of flushes.
HM 6748 – Corrected issue when exporting a report not showing custom sorting.
HM 6527 – Corrected issue where Report stat columns would change when adjusting windows regional settings.
HM 6697 – Corrected issue where customer HUD’s wouldn’t work in the Replayer.
HM 6718 – Corrected issue with missing Auto Rate icons.
HM 6830 – Corrected a crash when opening the Replayer with a specific hand.
HM 6792 – Corrected Replayer settings not immediately being applied.
HM 6292 – Added support for small stakes HM2 (Swedish Krona).
HM 6591 – PostgreSQL installer is now saved after its auto downloaded for future use.
HM 6809 – Corrected issue where HM2 couldn’t find PostgreSQL 32bit keys when user had 32bit PostgreSQL installed on a 64 bit machine.
General UI Updates:
HM 5111 – Corrected small issue where a couple popup designer UI elements would move when resizing the window.
HM 6231 – Corrected text overlapping in More Filters > Filter by Bet Size.
HM 6301 – Reworked opting in and out of beta updates screen.
HM 6549 – Increased performance when initially loading a note.
HM 5295 – Corrected Copy Hands with Stats combining Holdem and Omaha stats.
HM 6901 – Updated the send feedback dialog box.
HM 6951 – Updated HM2 icon for higher DPI settings.
HM 6492 – Corrected text overlap issue in Settings > Feature Logging.
HM 5415 – Added more support for backing up and restoring Rakeback and Bonuses.
HM 6579 – Corrected issue with restoring a small DB and auto restarting after deleting a big DB.
HM 6612 – Added support for alias’s when purging hands.
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