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  1. #1
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    Default "show known holecards" does nothing

    Hello,
    I would like to have the possibility to hide the opponent's cards when reviewing my hands, but checking and unchecking the "show known holecards" does nothing, their cards are always shown no matter what.
    Is there a way to repair it, or another way to do that?
    And while I'm asking, is there a way to hide your own cards and show your opponent's instead?

  2. #2
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    Sorry if I'm being annoying, but I saw youtube videos of people using holdem manager and they could hide their opponent's cards in the replayer.

    Checking and unchecking the "show known holecards" button does nothing, is there any way to do that please?

  3. #3
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    Default

    They should hide until you uncheck them.

    Does it stay showing they're hidden?

    It sounds like there is a corruption issue.

    Please see this FAQ to fix Windows problems - Hold'Em Manager 2 FAQs - Poker Software :: How to repair Windows files

    Please see this FAQ to alleviate any security bottlenecks - Hold'Em Manager 2 FAQs - Poker Software :: Set Correct Permissions on files and folders HM2 use
    Regards udbrky (Chris)

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