How get personal rake ?

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How get personal rake ?

Postby Bob » Tue Feb 02, 2010 12:15 pm

How get personal rake ?
Command SystemRakeGet&Player=test get me total rake in system, not personal.
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Re: How get personal rake ?

Postby Kent Briggs » Tue Feb 02, 2010 12:24 pm

Bob wrote:How get personal rake ?
Command SystemRakeGet&Player=test get me total rake in system, not personal.


There's no such thing as "personal rake". Pots are raked, not players. The rake for individual hands is recorded in the hand history files. You can retrieve hand history files via the API using the LogsHandHistory command.
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Re: How get personal rake ?

Postby Bob » Tue Feb 02, 2010 12:35 pm

Thx for fast reply.
I want counting "experience level" (such as MMORPG) and use rake for this. Do you know better way ?
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Re: How get personal rake ?

Postby Kent Briggs » Tue Feb 02, 2010 1:09 pm

Bob wrote:Thx for fast reply.
I want counting "experience level" (such as MMORPG) and use rake for this. Do you know better way ?


A lot of the commercial poker sites like Full Tilt and PokerStars have a frequent player point (FPP) system. What they do is take the rake for each hand in the ring games and then divide that evenly by all the players that were dealt cards in the hand (i.e., were not sitting out), and then apply some formula to that to convert the number to a FPP. So you could do something similar by parsing through the hand history files at the end of the day. It's easier for tournaments because all the commercial sites do is apply a formula to the tournament entry fee to convert that to a FPP. You can pull that info from the TournamentsResults API command.
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Hand Rake Equivalence

Postby gspoker » Tue Feb 09, 2010 9:12 am

hello.
Can we have a api code sample about how we can collect the information
about "personal rake" from log files. I mean how we can translate the pot rakes to the hand rakes equivalence.
with the best regards.
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Re: Hand Rake Equivalence

Postby Kent Briggs » Tue Feb 09, 2010 10:23 am

gspoker wrote:Can we have a api code sample about how we can collect the information
about "personal rake" from log files. I mean how we can translate the pot rakes to the hand rakes equivalence.


There's some sample code for retrieving hand history files here:

http://www.briggsoft.com/docs/pmavens/API_Examples.htm#hand_history

You'll have to develop your own code for parsing through the output.
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Re: How get personal rake ?

Postby richard015ar » Mon May 24, 2010 9:21 pm

I managed to get the rake generated in each hand of poker, and assigned to the winner (especially after the departure of hand histories), this is the way in which certain rooms to give points (Frequent Player Points for example) to your players or account managers.
These points are stored in a database, using php and mysql.
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Re: How get personal rake ?

Postby social » Sun May 30, 2010 11:58 am

I have a module which you can install which will calculate rake based upon hands in which you participated,
but also tracks your tournament fees, and also tracks your betting patterns, in terms of all-ins, folds, bets made, and raises
for each street/stage of hold-em.

I also track what percentage of the total amount raked that your share amounts to.

PM me for interest or pricing.
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