Using a different profile on postflop

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Using a different profile on postflop

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Hello,

I'm programming a profile and at the moment I have the preflop section. How can I indicate in the code that from the postflop I want it to use another already finished profile?

The goal is to check that the preflop section works correctly before continuing with the postflop.

Thanks!
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Re: Using a different profile on postflop

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CoffeeShark wrote: Thu Jun 08, 2023 1:26 pm Hello,

I'm programming a profile and at the moment I have the preflop section. How can I indicate in the code that from the postflop I want it to use another already finished profile?

The goal is to check that the preflop section works correctly before continuing with the postflop.

Thanks!
just copy-paste postflop into your new profile (or vice versa).
You can also leave postflop empty, in this case built-in Gecko profile should take action
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Re: Using a different profile on postflop

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OK!

I thought there would be some more sophisticated way.

In case of leaving the postflop section empty, it is necessary to have the Gecko profile in the same folder?
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Re: Using a different profile on postflop

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CoffeeShark wrote: Thu Jun 08, 2023 8:52 pm OK!

I thought there would be some more sophisticated way.
you can't switch loaded profiles in the middle of hand, so the only way is to combine them the way i described
CoffeeShark wrote: Thu Jun 08, 2023 8:52 pm In case of leaving the postflop section empty, it is necessary to have the Gecko profile in the same folder?
no, nothing needed. This Gecko profile is already "built-in" and auto-loaded. It's always working in background and handles situations, which are not covered by loaded profile
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Re: Using a different profile on postflop

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Okay, I get it!

Thanks.
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