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ClouD87   Italy. Jan 02 2016 04:35. Posts 520

What to look for in a screen to play poker? If someone for example wants to play up to 12 or so tables on different poker rooms and has a somewhat big hud what should be a good size and resolution to see everything comfortably?

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Big_Rob_isback   United States. Jan 02 2016 06:46. Posts 166

Dual 27 inch 2560 x 1440 if you want to be really comfortable. I had a 30 inch when I grinded 10 tables, and thats how it maxed... It was too small for 12.

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leos147   Iceland. Jan 02 2016 19:17. Posts 170

I play mtts, 6-9 tables usually. But 12 should be easy to manage with 2 of these:

http://4k.com/monitor/a-review-of-the...inch-screen-u28e590d-led-lit-monitor/

You'll need a display card with two display ports to get the best resolution though.
But you can also just buy 32"+ monitor and just have 1, It'll cost about the same I think.


ClouD87   Italy. Jan 03 2016 19:47. Posts 520

Thanks for the suggestions. Dual monitor seems a bit bad in 2016 though because it's probably better to focus on playing your best game nowadays rather than mass grinding. Maybe 30 or 32 inches is best at the moment.

 Last edit: 03/01/2016 19:47

TimDawg    United States. Jan 03 2016 23:26. Posts 10150

what would you guys recommend for someone with a macbook?

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Trav94   Canada. Jan 04 2016 08:32. Posts 1614


  On January 03 2016 22:26 TimDawg wrote:
what would you guys recommend for someone with a macbook?



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inde   Germany. Jan 04 2016 14:40. Posts 1297


  On January 04 2016 07:32 Trav94 wrote:
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dnagardi   Hungary. Jan 04 2016 19:57. Posts 1459


  On January 04 2016 07:32 Trav94 wrote:
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MonkeyMoney832   Spain. Feb 04 2016 05:09. Posts 2

you can use more than one screen :-) but i would prefer min. 21" or larger depends on the resolution of your graphic card. i imported a lot of hands with hhsmity and i only use 5 Factors in the HUD statistics. its never to small in 6-max, but if i play fullring i am getting problems on a 17" notebook it fits not the size anymore and some apponents cards are bigger thand the other so i recommend you min. 19"++++

have a nice play... cheers!!!

 Last edit: 04/02/2016 05:10

TimDawg    United States. Feb 04 2016 07:23. Posts 10150


  On January 04 2016 07:32 Trav94 wrote:
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Throw it away

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Defrag   Poland. Feb 14 2016 18:55. Posts 4462


  On January 02 2016 03:35 ClouD87 wrote:
What to look for in a screen to play poker? If someone for example wants to play up to 12 or so tables on different poker rooms and has a somewhat big hud what should be a good size and resolution to see everything comfortably?



If you can throw the money in, get the new cuved dell 32", can't remember the model. Those curved monitors are sick.

As for multi-tabling, a lot of people use 2*XX screen or central 30+side 1*20 or 2*20 (since when you pivot them 180 degrees they are same height). It all comes down to preferences tbh, I prefer one big screen (using dell 27 atm, but I dont play 12) or one big with two on sides. Basically I don't like the dual monitor setup, as I prefer to have a clear "main monitor" thing.


Spitfiree   Bulgaria. Feb 15 2016 21:04. Posts 7710

Dunno how its in other countries, but when i was looking monitors around 3-4 months back here it was cheaper to get a TV than a good monitor, what the fuck ?
Targeted 12 tabling resolution screens

 Last edit: 15/02/2016 21:04

Highcard   Canada. Feb 16 2016 13:05. Posts 5408

I do 30" with a side 20", but I don't need the extra height of the 30", I would rather have one of those super long 34" curved ones, I think

http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-S34E790...624305&sr=1-4&keywords=34+%22

I have learned from poker that being at the table is not a grind, the grind is living and poker is how I pass the time 

chipsnhand   United States. Feb 27 2016 01:59. Posts 42

i have 1 22" last time i visited liquidpoker, now running on 2 22"(for table) and a 16"(for stats)


ClouD87   Italy. Feb 28 2016 05:03. Posts 520

Yeah those long curved monitors are pretty sick. Thanks that's a great suggestion. I am leaning towards these atm, got too much shit when playing in my 23'' monitors anyway it's pretty tough without something big and comfortable. Even just playing 8 tables with spreadsheet, equilab, stars, randomizer, script and tablescanturbo it's just not comfortable enough to have 2 smaller screens.


MonkeyMoney832   Spain. Nov 05 2016 14:27. Posts 2

i play on a fast notebook its not the best as i am also use software like poker office hhsmithy to play so i dont have so much screen. best is 21" +++ or you play on smart screen i can swith my smar tv to my notebook


Smuft   Canada. Nov 05 2016 20:19. Posts 614


  On January 03 2016 18:47 ClouD87 wrote:
Thanks for the suggestions. Dual monitor seems a bit bad in 2016 though because it's probably better to focus on playing your best game nowadays rather than mass grinding. Maybe 30 or 32 inches is best at the moment.



You can use 1 monitor for actual play and the other monitor for table management, music, etc.

Resolution doesn't really matter because poker tables scale to the size of your monitor, the actual size of your monitor is more important. 4k is still slightly preferred though because scaling tables too small is ugly sometimes. I made a monitor buying thread not so long ago, you can read in there for good monitor candidates.


traxamillion   United States. Nov 05 2016 22:33. Posts 10242

i like highcards suggestion


traxamillion   United States. Nov 05 2016 23:12. Posts 10242

what do u randomize with cloud u know a good program? i have used physical dice


 



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