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September 04, 2014, 10:07:51 PM
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Hi, does anybody on here that plays on seals have a membership with bitcoinpokerblog.com? I am trying to find a way to convert my seals hands into the full tilt format, so I can import them into HM2. Bitcoinpokerblog has a converter. Without a membership, you can only convert 30 hands at a time. With a membership you can convert 400+ hands at a time. I have tried to sign up and become a member, but it looks like the admin has abandoned the site - after I tried to signup and recieved no email giving me a username/password, I posted on their forum requesting assistance. That was 2 months ago, and my 'comment is still in moderation'. The site looks dormant. The converter still works, but I am stuck with converting 30 hands at a time (which takes forever) because I'm not a member.

Can anyone help? I would really appreciate a response if:

 - You know of an alternative hand converter for seals that works
 - You have a membership with bitcoinpokerblog.com. If so, perhaps we could negotiate a fee in return for letting me use your login details so the site thinks I'm a member, and will let me convert my hands in big batches. I know this sounds cheeky but I'm getting desparate, at the moment I'm spending hours messing about with .txt files and tediously copy-and-pasting 30 hands at a time into the converter
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October 30, 2014, 05:44:38 PM
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Hi, does anybody on here that plays on seals have a membership with bitcoinpokerblog.com? I am trying to find a way to convert my seals hands into the full tilt format, so I can import them into HM2. Bitcoinpokerblog has a converter. Without a membership, you can only convert 30 hands at a time. With a membership you can convert 400+ hands at a time. I have tried to sign up and become a member, but it looks like the admin has abandoned the site - after I tried to signup and recieved no email giving me a username/password, I posted on their forum requesting assistance. That was 2 months ago, and my 'comment is still in moderation'. The site looks dormant. The converter still works, but I am stuck with converting 30 hands at a time (which takes forever) because I'm not a member.

Can anyone help? I would really appreciate a response if:

 - You know of an alternative hand converter for seals that works
 - You have a membership with bitcoinpokerblog.com. If so, perhaps we could negotiate a fee in return for letting me use your login details so the site thinks I'm a member, and will let me convert my hands in big batches. I know this sounds cheeky but I'm getting desparate, at the moment I'm spending hours messing about with .txt files and tediously copy-and-pasting 30 hands at a time into the converter

im in the process of figuring this out as well, keep you posted
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December 11, 2014, 10:16:37 AM
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Any advances on this?
Did you see this github project? https://github.com/jeffslofish/swc-hh-convert/blob/master/README.md
I don't know how to use it.

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December 08, 2017, 03:49:13 AM
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If you guys still interested you can PM me I have a converter
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December 28, 2017, 10:47:52 AM
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If you guys still interested you can PM me I have a converter
Hello, PM sent.
Can you provide more info about it ?
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December 02, 2018, 05:21:02 PM
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If you guys still interested you can PM me I have a converter

I'm interested as well.
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