PokerStars Poker Hand Replayer is a tool that can be used to replay hands from PokerStars online poker tables. In this article, you’ll learn how to use it and why you should utilize this useful new tool.
PokerStars Hand Replayer is a new tool that can be used to replay any real money hand on PokerStars.
You can upload single hands or multiple hands to the Replayer, either publicly or privately. Once uploaded, you can then share the links for your hands on poker forums, social media, discord, or email them to friends to replay and discuss.
Players who want to study their hands, assess their actions, and improve their game can benefit from using the PokerStars Hand Replayer.
As well as being a tool for improving your poker strategy, the PokerStars Hand Replayer is a lot of fun. You can use it to upload and share your badbeats, coolers, and huge winning moments.
The PokerStars Hand Replayer is packed with features to help you to make the most of the tool, including filters, social links, and options for viewing hands.
With the PokerStars Hand Replayer, you can replay hands at different speeds, or skip the action to the part of the hand you want to assess: preflop, flop, turn, river, and showdown.
As well as viewing your own hands, you can also view other player’s hands to see how they played a particular spot. You can filter hands according to your favorite game type.
You can replay all PokerStars Game Types: 2-7 Triple Draw, 5 Card Draw, Badugi, Courchevel, Omaha, Omaha H/L, Hold’em, Razz, Stud, Stud H/L, Mixed, and 6+ Hold’em.
Once you’ve uploaded your hands, you can use the Social buttons on the PokerStars Hand Replayer to directly share your hand on Facebook or Twitter. You can also copy the URL of the hand so that you can share the link wherever you like.
Discord – We recommend PokerStars Discord, which has channels available in multiple languages where you can discuss and share your hands. ps-learn channels are a relevant and effective place to post hands.
PokerStars Community Forum – You can also use the PokerStars Community Forum to post and discuss hands. The forum is only available to users on .COM and .EU.
In order to use this brilliant poker tool, you’ll need the hand histories of the hands that you want to upload. There are several ways to do this:
If you want to upload a hand you just played, you can find the text you need from the PokerStars instant hand history. On most themes, this can be found by clicking the hand symbol at the top left of your table, or by clicking the ‘Hands’ section of the table chat box.
You can also use the ‘Tools’ tab in the PokerStars lobby, then click ‘Instant Hand History’, or use keyboard shortcuts (Ctrl + l for windows, CMD + l for mac).
Once the instant hand history window is open, find the hand you are looking for in the list and then copy and paste all the text from the hand history section.
If you want to find and replay hands that happened hours, days or even weeks ago, then you can view your hand histories folder. First, check that your settings are such that hands are actually being saved.
Click ‘Settings’, followed by ‘Playing History’, then ‘Hand History’. Make sure the ‘Save My Hand History’ box is checked and choose how long you will save hand histories for.
From here, you can select ‘Open Folder’ to access your hand histories folder. Find the hand(s) you want to replay and copy and paste text for the entire hand.
You can also request hand histories directly from PokerStars, a useful approach if you choose not to save your hand histories on your device. Head to ‘Tools’ in the PokerStars lobby, then click ‘History and Stats’, followed by ‘Get Hand History’.
You can request up to 100 hands, hand histories for up to one week, or use a specific tournament ID to request all hands for that tournament.
Again, once you have the hand history files, copy and paste the text into the PokerStars Hand Replayer to see the hand.
The PokerStars Hand Replayer is a fairly new software and PokerStars will be making improvements and adding features over time.
The software currently supports English language only. If your client is set to another language and your hand history does not upload to the Replayer, you can request the hand history be emailed to you in English and then upload the file.
We’d would love to hear your feedback for improvements. If you have any features you’d like to see added, please let us know on PokerStars Discord under our #software-feedback channel.