Pokersaver Alpha 01 released

July 3, 2004 at 9:18 pm

I’ve decided to release version alpha 01 of poker saver. Right now all it can do is import the complete game information about Party Poker games only and display the game information back, with filters for game types, money type, and limits. Not much yet, but I can see it coming together. If anyone wants to, then you can download Poker Saver alpha 01. Simply extract the zip file to a new directory and run pokersaver.exe. It should be self-explanitory. Post any obvious bugs in the comments if you want to. I know about parsing bugs with Omaha and Real money no-limit games, so don’t bother with those 🙂

For those of you coming to my page about FryDrumBot 1.0, I haven’t started building it yet. I’ve got some plastic for the endcaps and the stabalizer (that’s not in the picture), and all of the electronics for it, but not the drum yet. I plan to get that on Tuesday or so and finish building the entire thing by next Friday. I’ll take pictures this time.

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  1. July 9, 2004 at 3:22 am

    followed your link from slashdot. I’m also a CSUS student majoring in Computer Science. I’m 3rd year sophmore (only a few more credits to go till Junior). Cryptography kicks ass, however i haven’t the math skills to do much with it. I recommend Niel Stephenson’s Cryptonomicon if you haven’t already read it. I just finished Art of Deception. The examples are cool, but it gets repetative by the end. Team Fortress is pretty cool; I only wish I could have played it more on a non-sucky computer with something better than dial-up. Nice website, maybe I’ll see you around campus.

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