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I don't know about an app, but I've always found it helpful to leave the table and go for a walk when I go on tilt, or even after a single bad beat. Physically removing yourself from the environment is far more helpful than staring into a screen.


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Pokerstove is able to calculate the equity on flop (just don't enter the turn and river cards before calculating the equity) there are plenty of other tools around that do it, I personally use Pokerstrategy Equilab and this does exactly what you are looking for as well.


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In January 2016: PokerTracker and Hold'em Manager still dominate. The two companies merged in late 2014, so they are now two products from the same company, with identical pricing and similar features. Poker Copilot was for a long time only for Mac OS X, but since November 2015 is also for Windows.


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maybe I can help. I play poker, run a HUD, look at the stats and am a software developer. I've seen a few posts on this suggesting it's done by OCR software grabbing the screen. Well, that's really difficult and processor hungry, so a programmer wouldn't choose to do that unless there were no other options. Also, because you can open multiple windows, the ...


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I was searching for some information on this and I think this answer explains things nicely. Give it a look.


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A Hud (Heads up display) is nothing more than a program that collects information from text files, most commonly game summaries, although a hud may be just a part of a bigger application like Pokertracker for example, where the program itself does the parsing and HUDs are just shown the processed information. They do not communicate with the software (eg. ...



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