As James says in the first blog, "What's arguably the single biggest deficiency of the losing poker player at any limit? Poor table/game selection."
This solution helps you identify at a glance the quality of players on Full Tilt tables.
The first part of this task involves understanding the system, and the theory on how it can be implemented. For that you're going to want to head to the first post:
- The Felt Is Always Greener on the Other Side
Once you've digested that nugget of awesome, you can head to his second blog which provides you with the logic and code for automating color coding from your Poker Tracker player database.
- Full Tilt Color Coding In Twenty Minutes or Less
Unfortunately for the average technophobe, Coding the Wheel is a blog designed for computer programmers with an interest in poker. To use the code he wrote you're going to need to understand C# and can compile and run code on your system.
Even if you don't have any idea what I'm talking about, the first blog is still worth a read.
Also, now that PokerStars has added color coding to its software, it won't be long until there's a packaged program available to automate this for you.
Once one's available, I'll be sure to let you know.