[Omaha] Ranges/Hand definitionen

    • Schorscheee
      Schorscheee
      Bronze
      Dabei seit: 09.06.2007 Beiträge: 11.386
      Hey,

      ich hab mich gerade durch die Syntax doc gearbeitet, allerdings bekomme ich das iwie nicht hin...





      Wollte ihr zb bigcards ohne pair, oder alle 2pairs wie zb TT99 machen. Wie kann man diese selektieren?

      oder wie kann ich zb alle connected pairs von 5566-KKAA eintragen? Es kommt mir so vor als würde da einiges fehlen...

      merci!
  • 1 Antwort
    • nopi
      nopi
      Gold
      Dabei seit: 18.08.2006 Beiträge: 1.702
      Hi Schorscheee,

      leider wurden die Filter in der deutschen Syntaxbeschreibung mit übersetzt.
      Die Filter sind in alle Anwendungssprachen aus dem englischen abgeleitet.
      Spiel mal ein bißchen mit dem Optionendialog rum, da bekommt man ein ganz gutes Gefühl dafür. Nachfolgend hab' ich mal die Syntaxbeschreibungen aus dem Englischen angefügt.


      So heißt z. B. der Filter für "Zwei Paare" hier "tp" für "two pair".

      Deine Beispiele sind schnell erfaßt:
      BBBB/np = J-AJ-AJ-AJ-A/np = Bigcards ohne Pair
      5-K5-K6-A6-A/tp/r0 = 5+*6+*/tp/r0 = alle connected pairs von 5566-KKAA

      Gruß, nopi


      Syntax documentation and samples

      Single hands
      • To specify a single hand for example type in AsQc7h3d

      All combos of a hand
      • To get all 16 combos of a hand, for example, an A, K, Q and a J, enter AKQJ without suits.

      Suits
      • To specify suited cards, enclosing them in square brackets, e.g [AK]** will give you all hands containing suited AK and two other cards.
      • [AK][AK] would give you A's and K's double suited, [JT][98] would give you all double suited TJ98 hands.
      • [***]* would give you all hands with at least three of a suit.
      • [***][*] would give you all hands with three of a suit and one other suit.
      • [*][*][*][*] will give you all hands with four different suits (rainbow hands).
      • To specify off-suit cards, enclose one of the cards in square brackets, e.g. [A]KQJ will give you all hands with an A that are a different suit from all the other cards.
      • The above can be qualified with a suit e.g [Ah]KQJ will give you all hands with an Ah which has a different suit to all the other cards.

      Pairs
      • QQ** would give all hands containing at least two queens.
      • [QB][QB] double-suited queens with two other big cards.

      Percentile
      • 10.5% would give the top 10.5% of hands (ProPokerTools ranking).
      • 1.5-2.5% would give the top 1.5% to 2.5% of hands (ProPokerTools ranking).

      Percentile qualifiers
      • 10%:x would give you the the top 10% of hands against x random hands, where x = 1 .. 9 counts the number of random hands, e. g. 5-18%:2 will give you the top 5 to 18% of hands against two random hands.
      • A percentile without a qualifier will give you the hands based on the ProPokerTools ranking.

      Card types
      • * = random, all ranks, 2 .. A.
      • B = big cards, A, K, Q, J.
      • R = broadway cards, A, K, Q, J, T.
      • F = face cards, K, Q, J.
      • M = middle cards, T, 9, 8, 7.
      • Z = small cards, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.
      • L = low cards, A, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
      • N = no low cards, K, Q, J, T, 9.
      • W = wheel cards, A, 2, 3, 4, 5.
      • Y = baby cards, 2, 3, 4, 5.
      • [ ] = group suited cards.
      • For each of the four cards you can enter a range, for example T-K*** will give you T***,J***,Q***,K***.
      • For each of the four cards you can enter an open-ended range, for example Q+*** will give you Q***,K***,A***.
      • You can combine the ranges for all four cards, for example 3+7-9Q+T-K, where the first card is greater or equal to 3, the second card is between 7 and 9, the third card is greater or equal to Q and the fourth card is between T and K.

      Filter types
      • Every filter must be separated by a slash. Filter syntax: range/filter e.g. BBMM/ds/op/sa.

      Pair filters
      • np = no pairs, non-paired hands (contains XYZR hands).
      • op = one pair, exact one pair (contains XXYZ hands).
      • alop = at least one pair, one pair or more (contains XXXX, XXXY, XXYY and XXYZ hands).
      • tp = two pairs, exact two pairs (contains XXYY hands).
      • tr = trips, exact trips (contains XXXY hands).
      • altr = at least trips (contains XXXX and XXXY hands).
      • qu = quads, exact quads (contains XXXX hands).

      Suit filters
      • rb = rainbow hands, offsuit hands only (contains abcd hands).
      • ss = single suited, single suited hands only (contains aabc hands).
      • alss = at least single suited (contains aaaa, aaab, aabc and aabb hands).
      • os = one suited (contains aaaa, aaab and aabc hands).
      • ds = double suited hands, double suited hands only (contains aabb hands).
      • ts = three of a suit hands, hands with exact three suited cards (contains aaab hands).
      • alts = at least three of a suit hands (contains aaaa and aaab hands).
      • mt = monotone hands, hands with only 1 suit (contains aaaa hands).

      Special filters
      • sa = suited ace hands.
      • sna = Suited non-ace hands.
      • h<range> = Hutchison points in range from 0 to 27, e. g. /h7, /h7-15, /h15+.
      • s<range> = straight shapes in range from 0 to 20, e. g. /s8, /s8-15, /s12+.
      • sf<range> = straight flush shapes in range from 0 to 8, e. g. /sf1, /sf2-4, /sf5+.

      Combining ranges
      • A | B = (read "A or B") gives you all hands that are in A OR B (Union Operator). This is the same as A,B.
      • A & B = (read "A and B") gives you all hands that are in A AND B (Intersection Operator).
      • A ! B = (read "A without B") gives you all hands that are in A but NOT in B (Substraction Operator).
      • () = Brackets can be used to group expressions together, such as A ! ((B | C) & D).
      • You can combine all these operators in one expression, for example: (AA**, KK** | (QQ** & *d*d**)) ! 20.5%:1.