should be similar (obviously not the munkfish bit!).
If you sort the files by date order, the last tourney should float to the top - should be called something like:
FT20110406 TGT Spring Tournament XII FINAL (230456756), No Limit Hold'em.txt
So from there if you open that file and copy the hand history you want to upload then it should work out OK (each hand is separated by two newlines). I disabled comments on the pokerhands site as well.
I was tempted to buy PokerTracker as well. Not that I'm any huge shark by any stretch of the imagination, but I'm just curious to do some analysis of my bad plays (loads to go at then haha)... I think it's something like $90 for the Holdem version, I did have a go with the trial a long time ago and did like it a lot. Anyway the point is yes you can do loads of analysis if you import your hand histories into PT.
I don't know if there are any other decent analysis/HUD softwares around? I had a look at a few - pokeredge comes to mind I think (don't really want to pay a monthly sub for that though), anyone know any other decent standalone apps similar to PT?
This is very useful, thanks, I love the way you can click on "Check Odds" pre-flop and after the flop, it will be really useful to people like me who are trying to learn how to calculate the odds when playing live and see how well the calculation is.
I just noticed on the chatbox you saying you are a DBA so maybe my post above was a bit oversimplified hehe. BUT it did make me think, you would probably really like PokerTracker because it's works from a Postgres db and I think it's possible to customize it a bit to provide various extra overlays for the heads up display / extra analysis / etc. Definitely worth checking out the free version/trial anyway.
The only thing I'm not sure it does is stuff like preflop odds which would be excellent (something like an indicator to suggest whether to call/raise/fold given your hole cards). Probably too basic for pros, but I would find something that gives you a heads up based on what your hole cards are as to whether to call/raise/fold (and would be even better if it could give you headsup as to what kind of strategy to use preflop vs the current players at the table based on their previous actions).