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  1. #1
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    Default Note caddy raise sizes?

    Hi there is there a part of note caddy i can make a stat which defines a certain raise size? for example how often someone raises 3bb pre flop or 2bb etc? many thanks, using for heads up

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    ??

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    is this possible or not?

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    any point to this forum?

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    helooo admins???

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    Hey,

    Yea it's possible. You can define preflop raise sizes however you want. Create a new definition, define it by action, if you want to see the percentage of time someone 3x-raises. Then go to Pre Flop tab, create a new Action Sequence and then a new Action. Tick 'Player had to be the note recipient' and 'Raise'. Bellow you have an option to define the raise size, under 'Amount in blinds' choose 3 for minimum and 3 for maximum (or 2.5 for min and 3.5 for max), same goes for the min-raise.

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