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July 2006 Log Entries
July 28, 2006, 12AM:
Now when you click on "more stats" on your log (or any user's log for that matter), you can enter a date range. This will give you a report on that user's performance for that specific date range. This should be very helpful to see how you did in a particular month or year, or just recently.
In addition, if you click on the graph, you will see a much larger and more detailed graph. This can help you ascertain exactly when things started going wrong (or right) for you. In my case, that would be about 10 years ago.
Last Update: July 28, 2006, 12:16AM
July 13, 2006, 7AM:
No Limit Hold'em All-In Odds
I finally got around to building a page that compares hands and odds for hold'em all-in situations. It is pretty cool and you can learn a lot. I know I did building it.
I hope to do this for Pot Limit Omaha as well.
Last Update: July 13, 2006, 7:20AM
July 11, 2006, 11PM:
Add Images to Posts
You want to link to an image? You can use:
[image http://someurl.com Description]
[image http://www.onlinepokerlog.com/static/cards/as.gif Ace of Spades]
will get you:
...I had to add this in a hurry because of DeiYuo's brush with fame. At some point I will expand this so that you can upload the image to the site, then link to it. For now, your image better be hosted on the internet somewhere.
Last Update: July 11, 2006, 11:32PM
July 1, 2006, 5PM:
Add Links to Posts
Seems like some people want to be able to add links to posts. I have been hesitant to do this for fear of spam, but may as well give it a try rather than fearing the unknown. At any rate, putting something like:
[link http://onlinepokerlog.com Online Poker Log]
...will generate a link like this:
Online Poker Log
...if you want to use a bracket in your link, or if you want to explain how to do a link in a post (as I have done above, put a backslash in front of your brackets (as in "\[" and "\]") to prevent them from being interpreted as part of a special tag.
I hope to add more special tags soon (such as images). Enjoy.
P.S. This works too (no need for http, and if you leave out extra text after the URL, the URL becomes the text for the link):
...you can also link to pages on the site without the domain name. The main reason to do this is to prevent the link from opening in a new window:
Last Update: July 1, 2006, 6:10PM