Get Started | Software Settings
Player Notes Feature
Tournament Information Box
Hand History settings
1. Table Settings Table resizing, tiling and cascading Resizing:
To resize any of your open tables, place your cursor on one of the screen's corners and drag it up or down. The entire table will resize to scale. You can resize your table to a minimum of 500x365 pixels and a maximum of whatever your screen resolution allows.
Table tiling enables you to view nine full table screens at once. The tables are automatically adjusted to fit your screen at 500x365 pixels each. Any additional open tables, tournament lobbies and poker lobby screens will appear in a cascade view on your screen.
Cascading enables you to view multiple tables at once in a proportioned diagonal layout. The tables are automatically adjusted to fit your screen at 800x570 pixels each.
2. Disabling Chat
Poker table chat can be both entertaining and informative, but at WSOP.com we want you to be able to pick and choose just whom you would like to converse with. If you do not wish to communicate with any particular member, simply right click on that player's seat. An option box will open. Click "Disable Chat." You will no longer see messages from that member.
3. Player Notes
WSOP.com's "Player Notes" feature allows you to keep your observations of other members' behaviors and playing styles. When seated at a table, just click on the name plate of the member you wish to keep notes on, and then click the "Player Notes" option.
A "Player Notes" window will appear. Here you can write anything you want about the player and assign him a colored label. You can choose one of the default texts or click on a field and add your own text. Alternatively, you can tag the player with one of the animal icons in the screen. Mark the label you wish to give the player and click "Save." When you return to the table, your label along with a notes icon will appear on that player's name plate. Hover over the label to view the text. You can click on the notes icon to read and edit your notes.
Player notes and labels are saved in the WSOP.com application and will appear on the name plates until they are removed.
4. User Settings
The "Settings" screen allows you to customize your poker experience at the tables, including graphics, sounds, alerts, and many other features. You can choose between different table themes, disable animation, see your folded cards all the way to the river, and more.
5. Keyboard Controls
Tired of clicking the mouse? Try these keyboard shortcuts:
Fold - F5
Call/Check - F6
Bet/Raise - F7
6. Tournament Information Box
You no longer have to switch to the tournament lobby to access information about the tournament in which you've chosen to play. Click the "Info" tab on the chat box for at-a-glance information about your tournaments, including number of remaining players in each tournament, your position in the tournament and the highest, lowest, and average stacks.
7. Hand Histories
To view your hand histories, select "My Profile" and then "Game History" from the lobby navigation. In Hand Histories, you'll be able to view the tables and tournaments you've played. Click on table or tournament to bring up your hand history. You can also use our hand history replayer to step through your hands.
If you run into any problems, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy the tables, and good luck!