Last year we started a policy of updating Poker Copilot every two weeks, as much as possible. Why? Because almost every day another obscure bug is reported to us, support for a new poker room is requested, or a poker room adds something new. We don’t want to make all our users have to update for each tiny bug we fix. But we do want to make sure Poker Copilot is working smoothly for most people most of the time. We’ve copied some major software companies and settled on a two-week cycle as a good balance between update frequency and bug count.
Today we have a Poker Copilot update which illustrates exactly the type of problems we encounter frequently:
- On bwin/PartyPoker, if you computer was running in Swiss German, and you were playing a tournament, and if the big blind was 1,000 chips or higher, then bwin/PartyPoker would write the blinds (and just the blinds!) in Swiss currency format. That is, 1’000 instead of 1,000 (UK/USA), 1 000 (France), or 1.000 (Spain), which are bugs we had found in the past.
- PokerStars’ latest update on Mac in Euro-currency hands is using the wrong symbol for the euro sign. Specifically, they are using the de-facto ASCII symbol (character 128, although it depends really), although the hand history files are not ASCII, but are UTF-8. This caused Poker Copilot to think that zoom money cash hands played in euros are play money hands.
- Titan Poker seems to have reintroduced their old software for some customers. We don’t know why, but we’ve had to make Poker Copilot support both the old software and the new software.
- Poker Copilot failed to read 888poker.nj tournament summary files. This one was clearly a bug in Poker Copilot.
When you next start Poker Copilot you’ll be prompted to update.