There is an honesty control in the top left corner of the "Poker 5,6,7" game. The honesty control shows the current date, publication number, the number of the current deal and the cut displayed on it. During the game process you can record the publication number, the deal number, the cut and the game progress. You can get all this data from games history. After, with the help of the honesty control mechanism you can check game results. To do this, go to the HONESTY CONTROL >> DOWNLOAD FILE and download the password of the protected zip archive that contains the publication file from the CRYPTED DATA section. The zip archive with the personal info file becomes available after 15 minutes since the publication process is completed. You have to download and extract the files from it.

For visual check, you need a semi-automatic check program. You can download it from 'HONESTY CONTROL >> DOWNLOAD FILES >> DOWNLOAD A PROGRAM FOR SEMI - AUTOMATIC CHECK >> DOWNLOAD'. After you have installed and launched the software, you should go to 'PROGRAM >> SETTINGS' section in the right top corner, and specify the path to the folder, which contains a publication file (unzipping is not necessary). You should extract the private data file (.prv file) from the archive and copy it to the folder where the publication file is located. After choosing 'POKER >> POKER 5, 6, 7' section from the left window, under the 'Publications' label, the list of publications is displayed. You will have to choose the number you need and click on 'EXTRACT PASSWORD', 'EXTRACT DEAL', and 'BUILD' in a sequence.

After that, a list of deal numbers will appear at the bottom of the window, with the sequence of the cards in the deck (before cutoff) shown opposite each number. To check a game played on a certain box, click on its number in the drop-down "DETAILED DEAL ANALYSIS N" list and click on 'BUILD'; if you don't do this, the detailed analysis field will not be activated and you will not be able to use it until you choose one of the completed rounds in the 'Deals' field and click on the 'BUILD' button. The following information will appear at the bottom of the window: the deal's number, sequence of cards in the deck before and behind the cut, the player's and the dealer's hands, sequence of cards in the deck after the deal, the cards in every box after any specific action performed, and sequence of cards in the deck after all actions were performed. The outlined cards in the boxes mean cards to buy; if you compare the cards before a buy and after it you can see that some new cards were added from the deck in the box. You can also see how the game would have gone, if the players had acted in other ways. To do it, you have to specify, in which box the cards can be bought or in which box the cards can't be bought, by using dropdown lists with the 'Hold'/'BUY' labels. The 'BUILD' button updates data at the bottom of the window. A number, from a drop-down list which is located below the 'Cut' label, shows the sequence of cards which will be placed at the end of the deck before the deal. By using checkboxes as "Box 1"... "Box 3" you can choose the amount of boxes you need. Detailed game progress will be displayed in the bottom side of the window.

You can choose passwords and deal numbers manually. To see the reshuffled deck per each deal number in the publication, enter the password and click on the BUILD button, leaving the 'Deals' field blank. For a manual check, just unzip the publication file and edit your own game actions. To unzip you will require a password, which is found in the top line of the personal data file. The publication file is a text file, and then all the information is stored in the txt format. This file contains all deal numbers in the publication and a sequence of cards in the reshuffled decks opposite each other.