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    Default Is the rake stat correct for the winning network?

    Hi!

    Is the rake stat correct for the winning network?

    I ask because the amount differs from the one the winning network (acr in this case) shows.

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    We use the weighted contributed method that they use.

    What is the exact stat you added to reports?
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    $ USD Rake.

    Should i use "Rake" instead?

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    That will show the raw amount.

    With WPN, as with most sites, you have rake attributed to you. It is the amount that you contributed to the rake on the hand. It is based on the amount of $ you put into the pot. This is the weighted contributed method.

    So if the pot was $50, $3 rake, and you put in $5, you contributed 10% of the pot, and your rake attributed would be $.30
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    I have waited a whole week to see more accurately if it matches and it doesn't: $26,44 rake in HM2 "$ USD Rake" stat and only $21,30 in ACR.

    So if you say you use the weighted contributed method that they use, how come the numbers are quite different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TiMad View Post
    I have waited a whole week to see more accurately if it matches and it doesn't: $26,44 rake in HM2 "$ USD Rake" stat and only $21,30 in ACR.

    So if you say you use the weighted contributed method that they use, how come the numbers are quite different?

    We can't answer that unless you send us those hands and screenshots of the issues/reports, so we can test the hands and check with the developers if something is amiss.

    Please zip and email the problem hand histories, with a link to this thread and your forum name, to us using the 'Contact Support' link.

    Make sure you also include screenshots of your reports/filters and a detailed description by tournament number, session, hole cards, filter, stat, etc. of some of the errors we need to test.

    All original hands that are auto-imported get moved to an archive for performance reasons. Your \HM2Archive is in C:\HM2Archive by default, but you may have put it anywhere. The archive should be organized by \Month\DayOfMonth (example: C:\HM2Archive\2016\07\31).

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