A few “lessons learned” for new testers:
- Many (most?) players will want to filter the chat to “Players only.” Otherwise the dealer’s and action dialogue scrolls by so quickly it’s difficult to read what anyone has said (like “nh” or “good luck,” or even real conversation).
- If you get disconnected while a hand is in progress, hitting your F-5 key usually reloads the page fast enough that you don’t miss acting in turn. Note that on some computers, that key controls “screen brightness” instead. If you’re one of those, close the table and re-open it from the Lobby. If neither of those work, the problem is likely on your end, not the site’s.
- When you choose an initial amount to sit down with (say, 202 chips instead of the default of whatever), click the amount in the box and type in the amount you want. You can do the same with amounts to bet or raise.
- The cards are a little bit smaller (in proportion to the table). Look closely at them to verify what hand you actually hold, especially if one of your cards is a black King–they forgot to put a suit sign below the “K” (they’re working on that, but it’s got to be a low priority fix). Also, if you drag the table’s edges out (both width and height) by clicking and pulling them, the cards stay proportional and are a bit easier to read, BUT, do NOT maximize the screen as that will cover up some of the stuff you want to see–like the bottom players, LOL.
More as they become apparent.