Poker Tracker 4 - Database Schema

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DISCLAIMER:
This is provided "as-is". I don't give any guarantees as to the accuracy of the information herein.
The document is a compilation of information gathered from more than 50 different sources translated from more than 5 different languages,
so the concistency in the syntax would probably leave a lot to be desired. Nevertheless it has proven a very useful tool to myself in making
custom stats for my HUD's etc, and if you can use the information in the document you are more than welcome to download your own copy, by
clicking the link above.

NB! In a few instances I have used the word distribution in the document, and that is simply because 'distribution' was the word used by the
various sources I copied some of the information from, but to clarify: distribution=hand (dealt). It is simply caused by the fact that I didn't
take the time to unify the terms of the different sources so some sources used the word 'distribution' instead of 'hand' or 'dealt hand'.