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Automated Seating Script for Pokerstars - repost

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Hi there,\r\n\r\nI am a professional online poker player of close to 3 years. In recent months there has been an explosive rise in the number of professionals using automated seating scripts to get seats in the most profitable games. These scripts work by scanning tables for recreational players, who are easily recognisable by their colour code. The first generation of scripts simply looked for tables where a recreational player was sitting with a seat available, taking the seat to the left (the most profitable seat). A new, second generation of scripts starting to emerge instead scans for seats being 'reserved', automatically reserving the seat to the left, before checking the colour code of the player sitting down (if they do indeed sit down). If the player sitting down is a known recreational player or an unknown, the program takes the seat, otherwise the seat is released and the program continues as normal. \r\n\r\nI am looking for someone to design, build and refine the fastest script possible, to work with the pokerstars client. Initially this would only be used by me, if it was very good it could possibly be prepared for commercial sale, and adapted to work with other sites. I have a working second generation script which I could show the developer, I am extremely familiar with the online poker world and could test/suggest improvements to the software on an ongoing basis.\r\n\r\nIdeally bidders would be at least somewhat familiar with online poker, extensive knowledge of AutoHotKey is a must.\r\n\r\nThanks

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