This is a relatively simple program that I need... [url removed, login to view] has a proprietary software client that you can download on their site -- you don't need to register or pay money, so please take a few minutes to look at the client. Once you have the client open, do the following: 1. Click on the "Hold'em" tab if it isn't selected. 2. Click on the "No Limit/Pot Limit" sub-tab if it isn't selected. 3. Click on the "High" sub-tab if it isn't selected. You'll see between 10 and 40 tables with stakes ranging from $5/$10 to $25/$50. What I need is a program to automatically open those tables as they become available in the table list. PokerStars adds/closes tables on a regular basis throughout the day and I need to have all of the tables open. I also need any empty or closed table to be closed. If an unneeded table is empty, PokerStars will automatically close it, but a message dialog box comes up letting you know that the table has been closed. This automation program has to be able to deal with that window. You can experiment with opening and closing tables. That's it, it doesn't have to do anything else. It just has to manage whatever tables are in the table list, keeping open any table with 1 or more players seated. It has to be capable of opening tables within seconds of players being seated at the table so as to make sure that the table is open whenever hands are being played. Let me know if you have questions. I'd appreciate it if you didn't send a "stock" response because I want to make sure you understand the project. I'm used to getting a lot of really fake sounding responses from people who I didn't think even read the description, so please describe how you plan to attack this project and what sort of features you could envision adding to the program, if any. Thanks.
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