The HM3 Replayer and Hand History Viewer are the two ways to view previously played hands.  Both Replayer and Hand History Viewer options are found next to each other throughout Holdem Manager 3 in the Hand Views.

Note: Only the Hand History Viewer can be accessed directly from a live table.  To use the HM3 Replayer when playing live, use the Live Play Report in Holdem Manager 3.


Replayer Options
Hand History Viewer Options

 

Opening Replayer & Hand History Viewer In Reports Throughout Holdem Manager 3



In any Hand View throughout Holdem Manager 3, select a hand or a series of hands. (CTRL+Left Mouse click to select a series of hands)
 
  1. Use the Play and "H" icons (1) to load the Replayer or Hand History Viewer.

    OR
     
  2. Right Clicking hands bring up the menu above (2) where you can Replay or View the hand too.


On live tables, click the Price Tag Icon (left of orange HUD letters) to load a previously played hand in the Hand History Viewer. (Below)






 

Replayer Options


 
  1. Available Tags - This is where you mark hands for later review in the Hand Views.
     
  2. Current Hand - Click here to select between the hands that are currently loaded in the Replayer.
     
  3. Save Icon - Click here to copy the hand to your clipboard.
     
  4. Gear Icon - Click here to load the HM3 Replayer options.
     
  5. Replayer Options:
    • Theme: Choose between HM3 and HM3 Dark replayer themes.
    • Deck: Choose a card deck style.
    • Show Hand Results: Displays the hand winner in the Current Hand field. (2) 
    • Always Show Hero Cards: Choose to display hero cards or not.
    • Show Chips in BB: Will display chips in Big Blinds
    • Combine Folds: Will combine all player folds as you step through the hand.
    • Mask Player Names: Will replace player names with "Player" 
    • Stats Up To Time Of Hand: Will display HUD stats only up to the time of hand.  No hands past the hand time in the current hand will be calculated in HUD stats.  
    • Show HUD: Toggles the HUD on and off.
    • Replayer Speed: Use this slider to adjust the replayer speed when clicking the Play icon. (7)

       
  6. Hand Progress Text - Similar to when you are playing live, the hand progress text will update as you step through the hand.
  7. Replayer Controls - Flop, Turn and River will take you directly to that street and the icons above Flop, Turn and River will allow you to step through the hand 1 action at a time.  You can also use these controls to skip directly to the next hand that's loaded in the Replayer.  We also have hotkeys that are useful when replaying multiple hands: You can use the left/right arrows to navigate through a hand, the up/down arrows to jump to next/previous hands, or the Home/End keys to jump to the first/last hands.

 
 

Hand History Viewer Options



 
  1. Click the box to the left of KT above to mark a hand for review later.
     
  2. Use this drop-down to select multiple hands if you have multiple hands loaded in the Hand Viewer.
     
  3. Three Icons:
    • Font: Change the font size.
    • List Icon: Switch between Text and Tile views.
    • Pencil Icon: opens player notes.
       
  4. Icons to the right of (4) opens hand notes where you can add notes by street.
     
  5. Add/Edit Marks allows you to adjust hand markings.
     
  6. Copy / Replayer / Save
    • Copy: Copies the hand to your clipboard or press the Up & Down Arrows to pick a hand format to copy to your clipboard.
    • Refresh Icon: Opens the current hand in the HM3 Replayer.
    • Save Icon: Saves the hand to your hard drive in a text format.






 
The Omaha Hand Filters allow you to filter for every Omaha hand imaginable.  Use this FAQ as reference when creating Custom Omaha Filters.  Start by using the clickable checkbox parameters, then move onto more complex custom hand filters that are detailed below.






 

Custom Omaha Filtering

Use the "Custom" field in the Omaha Hand Filter to build complex custom Omaha Hand Filters.  
 


 

Real-World Examples

Here are a variety of real-world examples to help you learn how to most effectively use this filter:
 
  • AA a hand with at least two Aces - will include trip and quad Aces.
  • [ AA ] a hand with a pair of Aces, excluding trips or quads.
  • Q+ a hand with at least one Queen, King, or Ace.
  • ! A a hand with no Ace.
  • A ! K a hand with an Ace but no King.
  • [KK+] a hand with a pair of Aces or Kings.
  • [ TT+ ] a hand with a pair of Tens or higher.
  • [222+] a hand with trip Twos to trip Aces.
  • [AA - TT] a hand with a broadway pair.
  • [AA - TT] [22+] a hand with a broadway pair and another pair.
  • [AA - TT] $2p another way to select a broadway pair and another pair.
  • $2p $ds a hand with two pair and double suited.
  • [AA] T+ T+ a Pair of Aces and two broadway cards (T or higher)
  • [AA] $ds a Pair of Aces and double suited (eg. AsKs AdQd)
  • [AA] $rs a Pair of Aces, rainbow suit (eg. As Ad Qc Jh)
  • [AA - TT] $2p $ds a hand with a broadway pair and another pair and double-suited.
  • [AA] $1p $ds ; [TT+] [TT+] a hand with a pair of Aces and double-suited, OR a hand with two broadway pair and no suit restriction.
  • T+ 9- 9- 9- !$ng a hand with one broadway and 3 non-broadway cards and not a zero gap run-down.
  • [TT+] [TT+] ; [ TT+] AK a hand with two broadway pairs or one broadway pair and AK.
  • J T- T- T- a Jack high hand.
  • $1p ![55] a hand with one pair but not a pair of fives.
  • 10% a hand in the top 10% of omaha starting hands.
  • 11-20% a hand in the top 11 to 20% of omaha starting hands.
  • 10% $np a hand in the top 10% of omaha starting hands with no pair (will include trips).
  • 10% $rd a hand in the top 10% of omaha starting hands and is rundown.
  • 10% $rd $ds a hand in the top 10% of omaha starting hands and is rundown and double-suited.
  • 10% !$ds a hand in the top 10% of omaha starting hands and not double-suited.
  • 25% $ms a hand in the top 25% of hands that is monotone.
  • T+ T+ T+ :15% at least three big cards in the top 15% of hands.
  • A:15% ![AA] a hand with an ace in the top 15% of hands but not a pair of aces.
  • A:15% ![AA] ![AAA] a hand with an ace in the top 15% of hands but not a pair or trip aces.
  • A:15% ![AA] $nt a hands with an ace in the top 15% of hands but not a pair of aces or any trips.
  • [ 9876- ] a medium to small zero-gap rundown.
  • 6- $ng a medium to small zero-gap rundown.
  • 6- $dg a medium to small double gap rundown.
  • 6- $rd a medium to small zero, one, two, or double-gap rundown.
  • [ 9876+ ] a medium to high zero-gap rundown.
  • 9+ !4- $ng a medium to high zero-gap rundown (note: !4- excludes ace low run-downs).
  • 9+ !4- $dg a medium to high double gap rundown (note: !4- excludes ace low run-downs).
  • 9+ !4- $rd a medium to high zero, one, two, or double-gap rundown (note: !4- excludes ace low run-downs).
 

% Ranges

Percent ranges are in format x%, x-y%, or x%-y%

For example:
  • To select top ten percent of hands, enter 10%
  • To select hands in a percent range, say 50 to 25%, enter 25-50%, (or 25%-50%)
%’s must be preceded by : unless at start

For example, to select hands in top 10% that contain a pair of aces,
  • enter [aa] : 10% or 10%[aa]
%’s must be between 1 & 100

Max of one % or % range per sub-group. For multiple % ranges, use OR “ ; “ divider
  • For example, 10% 20% is invalid, but 10% ; 20% is ok


 

Individual Card Values

For card values use characters : A K Q J T (or a k q j t) 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2

Card values can be preceded by ! (NOT) or followed by + or –

Examples:
  • T or t means the card ten
  • !T or !t means NOT the ten
  • T+ or t+ means Ten to Ace
  • T- or t- means Ten to Two
  • !T+ or !t+ means NOT Ten to Ace
  • !T- or !t- means NOT Ten to Two


To select a starting hand with two broadway cards and two numeric cards, but no ace,
We would write T+ T+ 9- 9- !A


 

Card Ranges and Groups

Card ranges or groups are enclosed in [ ] , otherwise they are interpreted as individual card values.

Card ranges are any group of cards defined together or as a range.
 
Examples:
  • [T - 7] means any one card between T & 7
  • T – 7 means any one card T or less and a 7
  • [22+] means a pair of twos to aces
  • 22+ means a 2 and any one card two to ace
  • [222+] means trip 2’s to trip aces
  • 222+ means two 2’s and any other card two to ace
  • [2222+] means quad 2’s to quad aces
  • 2222+ means three 2’s and a two to ace
  • [33-66] means a pair of 3’s to pair of 6’s
  • 33-66 means a 3, a 3 or less, and two 6’s
  • [TTT-KKK] means trip Tens to trip Kings
  • TTT- KKK will be rejected, as it defines 6 cards when there are only 4
  • [TTTT-KKKK] means quad Tens to quad Kings
  • TTTT- KKKK will be rejected, as it defines 8 cards when there are only 4
  • [9876+] means a 9 up rundown i.e 9876, T987, JT98 etc. to AKQJ
  • [9876-] means a 9 down rundown i.e 9876, 8765, etc. to 5432
  • 9876+ means a 987 and a 6 to ace
  • 9876- means a 987 and a 6 to two



 

Constraint Macros

  • $ts three cards of one suit ex: h h h d
  • $ms mono suit ex: h h h h
  • $ds double suit ex: hh dd
  • $ss one suited combo ex: h h d c
  • $rs rainbow suit ex: h d c s
  • $np no pair
  • $1p one pair
  • $2p two pair
  • $nt no trips
  • $ng zero gap rundown ex: AKQJ, KQJT, QJT9
  • $1g one gap rundown ex: AKQT, AKJT, AQJT
  • $2g two gap rundown ex: AKQ9, AKT9, AJT9
  • $dg double gap rundown ex: AKJ9, AQJ9, AQT9
  • $rd a zero, one, or two gap rundown


Constraint macros can be used in conjunction with any other values.

For example, to select double suited and double paired hands of which one pair is aces, type [AA] $ds $2p


 

Not “!” modifier

The not modifier means not equal.

For example:
  • To say not double suited, syntax is: !$ds
  • To exclude aces from range: !a
  • To exclude tens and aces: !a!t
  • To exclude pair of aces: ![aa]
  • To exclude pairs of nines to pairs of fives: ![99-55]


 

OR “;” modifier

The “;” (semi-colon) modifier is used to create OR relations.
 
For example, to select hands with a single ace and Mid Pair OR pair of aces and anything
  • Write as: A [TT-77] ; [AA]

If you want to filter for gap in bottom:
  • Use syntax: AKQT ; KQJ9 ; QJT8 ; JT97 ; T986 ; 9875 ; 7653 ; 6542 ; 543A


 

Real-Time syntax feed-back

When typing the system provides real-time feed-back on the syntax. It provides it via color coding and mouse-over pop-ups.
  • Purple: means input is not complete (pop-up says “Incomplete”) or contains an error (pop-up attempts to explain error)
  • Blue: means input is complete and correct
For example:
  • [ A will show as purple until we complete the expression with closing ]
  • then [AA] will show as blue
  • if we add a percent [AA] 10 will show purple until we add %
  • then [AA] 10% will show red and tip will say [AA] 10 is invalid percent range (use : )
  • add : then [AA] : 10% will show blue and tip will say parsed


 

Combining Filters

  1. Custom Omaha Filter: [AA] $ss a Pair of Aces and single suited (any 2 cards can be suited)
  2. Suitedness: Ace suited now only suited aces will show


Result: Pair of Aces, suited to one of the Aces (eg. AsKs AdTc )




 
The Reports in Holdem Manager 3 provide powerful analysis tools to aid in helping you spot areas where you can improve.  Every Report can be customized with filters and stats.  Save custom reports for quick access later.

Report Window Overview
Report User Interface: Saving Reports - Filters - Add/Remove Stats
Report Hand View 


 

Report Window Overview

When Holdem Manager 3 is first opened you are presented with the main Report window.


 
  1. Report Tab.
  2. Currently Selected Player (Hero). Click the Hero to change the Hero.
  3. Switch between Cash and Tournament Reports here.
  4. Reports tagged as Favorites.  Click any Report here to load it.
  5. All available Reports.  Click the "Star" icon to add the Report to your Favorites.
  6. Recent Reports lists out Reports that you have recently opened.



 

Report User Interface

In the screen below we have the Position Report open with the "3Bet One Barrel" quick filter applied.  


 
  1. Save Report As... will save the current Report out as a custom report.
  2. The Funnel Icon is where you access the main report filters.  (Report Filter Video)
  3. The currently applied hand filter. You can also clear the filter by pressing the X on the right, then just start typing and HM3 will suggest ways to complete your filter.  
  4. The Book Icon below the number 4 opens a stat picker window.  Here you can easily add and remove stats from the Report.
  5. Report Stats: Drag and drop the column headers here to re-arrange where stats are positioned in the Report.
  6. Quick Filters: Use these to familiarize yourself with the main Filter Editor.  (Report Filter Video)
  7. Hand View:  Double click any hand to replay the hand in the Hand Replayer.  
   
 

Report Hand View

The Report Hand View allows you to View or Replay specific hands.  You can also filter Marked Hands so you can quickly review hands of interest.


 
  1. Use this drop-down to load more hands in the hand view.  Holdem Manager defaults to loading the last 1,000 hands but you can load more.  ​
    • Loading lots of hands is PC resource intensive and that's why the default value is always set to the last 1,000 hands.
  2. Use the three icons here to:
    • Replay the selected hand.
    • View the selected hand in the Hand Viewer
    • View a HoleCard Heat Map of all the hands currently in the Hand View.
  3. Use the Marked Hands checkbox to return hands that you have marked in the Replayer, Hand Viewer or while playing live. 
  4. The Known Holecards Hands checkbox will only display hands where the Hero is defined by having their hand written in the hand history file.
  5. Hand View:
    • Double click any hand to replay the hand.
    • Drag and drop column headers to re-organize columns.  Right click any column header to add or remove columns.



Right clicking any hand in the hand view will let you Replay, View, Mark, Copy, Export and Delete the hand.
 
Holdem Manger 3 allows you to view Report results in either your Preferred Currency or in the actual Game Currency of the games you played in.
 
  • Open Holdem Manager 3
     
  • Click Tools > Settings > Exchange Rates to display the Exchange Rates settings.


  

Preferred Currency in the top right allows you to change how reports in Holdem Manager 3 display currency.


The currencies displayed in this window allow you to adjust current market rates for each currency.  You can manually enter the exchange rate, or press the Get Current Rates button to instantly populate all currencies with current exchange rates.
 
This FAQ is a quick start guide to using Report Filters.  Watch our videos about Report Filtering that go into detail about all the filter features.
 
(Video) Report & HUD Filtering - Quick Start Guide
(Video) Report Filters
(Video) Tournament Report Filters


Report Filters let you narrow down hand results for review. Any filter can be saved for quick access later.


Start by using the default Quick Filters to familiarize yourself with the report filtering system.




  
Move onto applying some date range filters.




Now experiment with the Main Filter Editor.  Start by applying a single filter to familiarize yourself with applying filters.  



 
WARNING: If you filter for too many hand parameters, no hands will be returned.  Start by building a general filter, then add to the filter as necessary.


Now that you have an idea of how the Main Filter Editor works, try manually creating your own filter in the autocomplete filter form.  Holdem Manager 3 will suggest ways to complete the filter as you type.



 
Pro Tip: Use the main filter editor first and note how filters are created at the top of your Reports. This will be very useful for when you start creating your own custom filters in the autocomplete form.




 
After importing a tournament Holdem Manager 3 will categorize the tournament results and hands based on several factors such as tournament size, tournament prize won, knockout bounties, tournament type and more.  This is referred to as Tournament Detection.

 

Automatic Tournament Detection

During Auto Import Automatic Tournament Detection will run when the tournament has finished or when 15 minutes have passed since the last hand was imported. This ensures that Holdem Manager 3 has complete tournament information before it attempts to categorize the tournament results.

This process will run automatically until it detects all imported tournaments. If you close HM3 before it completes, Tournament Detection will automatically continue the next time you start HM3.

When new tournaments are added by poker rooms, we continuously update our tournament detection definitions for most accurate results. If tournament definitions were updated after you imported a tournament, you can run a Manual Tournament Detection to update any previous tournament categorizations.



 

Manual Tournament Detection

If tournament definitions were updated after you imported a tournament, you can run a Manual tournament detection process to update any previous tournament categorizations.


 
  • Open the Tournament Report:  Tournament > Reports > Tournaments Report
     
  • Make sure the Site and Tournament Number columns are in included in the report. Right Click a header column to add Site and Tournament Number if they are not already included.
     
  • Right-Click > Detect on any tournament row where you would like to run a manual tournament detection



 

 

Holdem Manager 3 renamed all EV (Expected Value) references to "All-in Adj".

All-in Adj can be found throughout Holdem Manager 3 Reports.