How to set HM2 for Partypoker

HM2 for Partypoker

The usage of Holdem Manager at Partypoker is the best way to get an additional advantage over your opponents at the expense of possessing a large amount of information that is always an engine for progress in a modern online poker.

UPD. Starting from 2019, it is prohibited to use Holdem Manager at Partypoker.

How to set HM2 for Partypoker

Before proceeding to Holdem Manager 2 you need to make sure that English version of Partypoker’s client was installed on your computer.

Then you should enter the client’s settings and see whether your hand history is stored. If there is a checkmark in front of “Store hand history logs” it means that everything is good.

Store hand history partypoker

Instructions on HM2 settings for Partypoker

1. Enter your HM2.

2. Open menu”Site Setup”.

HM2 PartyPoker

3. On the left, you will see the list of poker rooms with which your HUD can operate. Select Partypoker.

hm2 partypoker settings

It is important: don’t forget to check the availability of right pass before the hand history. Usually, this pass is as follows: “C:\Programs\PartyGaming\PartyPoker\HandHistory”. Also, you can use the button “Auto Detect” that should find the necessary folder in automatic mode.

4. After above-described actions, you should reload the poker room’s client and HM2 in order to finish settings.

As we can see, the installation of Holdem Manager for Partypoker does not take a lot of time and does not require special computer skills from the player. From now on, the poker hands will be correctly stored and you will be able to use the collected base both during the game and after the correction of errors in the future.

The players can use HM2 at Partypoker almost in all disciplines apart from anonymous cash-tables.

In our Holdem Manager 2 review, you'll find out about the functions of this software, where to download and how to install HUD on your computer, the price of a popular product and also get to the bottom of some features.

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