- These links are exclusively for your own player names which have been configured in the Manage Personal Player Names section.
- They are only for personal blogs (and not those hosted on a tuition site). Webmasters of tuition sites should contact us by email for pricing.
- URLs will be validated before display to confirm the blog is genuine.
- Blog Icons are available for free if you host your blog on SharkScopers.
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Manage Personal Player Names
Configure your own poker player names here to enable the automatic display of statistics from the games you have played against blocked players. Note you can disable this functionality by unchecking the Show Vs Player box and this will increase search performance.
If you choose to add a reset date to one of your player names, all users (including yourself) will not be able to view any results that occurred before the chosen reset date. Your player name will however have an icon next to it showing that a reset is in place. Resets do not affect leaderboards.
Set Blog URL
Gold subscribers can specify their blog URL and a linked blog icon will appear next to your player name when it is searched or listed on a leaderboard as long as your subscription is active.
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Enter the email address you used to create your account and a new password will be sent to you.
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If you are or have been a subscriber, your password can be reset by entering the email address you used to create your account and the order number from any payment that was made on that account.
You can get the order number from your Purchase Receipt Email, PayPal or Moneybookers transaction history.