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  1. #1
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    Default SnG wiz check when I playing session

    Hi,

    I want to check SnGwiz while I play 888 poker's SnG.

    However, sometimes I can check it but I can't some hands.
    I'm using HM2-merged version.

    How to fix it?

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    I am not sure if it is allowed to use it when playing live. The SNGWiz rep will hopefully check on this thread before long and he will have a better idea.

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    There are no restrictions on 888 as far as I know, but you cannot review a hand until after it is completed and then imported. Can you describe exactly what the problem is?

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    Hi,

    Here is example for my trouble
    SnG trouble 1.pngSnG trouble 2.png

    When I send example hands to SnG wiz(right click feature), other hands is evaluated like example 2.

    How to fix?

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    Are you asking about the Status column in hands view or something else?

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    When I right-clicked QTo (ex1) then I clicked send to SnGwiz,
    I can see hands like ex2, it is bad, right?

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    Please send the hand history file to support@sngwiz.com and I will investigate.

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