I'm looking for a good and free software that will help me setup a poker tournament structure. The idea is to keep simple stats about the game in a screen available for everyone to see during the tournament.

The stats I'd like to see are:

  • Current level (BB and ante if any, at this level)
  • Time remaining in current level (along with next level info)
  • Time remaining until next break
  • Size of average stack / number of remaining players
  • Number of entries / rebuys / addons
  • Prize pool
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    good and free ;-) nice combination
    – Svisstack
    Jan 16 '12 at 19:20

PokerRoom.com has a great one that I have used.


Solid UI and does everything that you have asked for, along with most of it being fully-customizable.

  • Site is down now
    – Richard
    Aug 16 '18 at 13:48

Seems like a quite Googleable question. From the first page of my search on "online poker timers":

http://www.thatpokerclock.com/free-poker-clock.php <- This was the first couple listed

http://www.pokerdiy.com/poker-blinds-timer.aspx <- This one was further down but it seems to have all the features you want

  • Very nice links. +1 Feb 17 '12 at 10:09

PTM is free and easy to use - it's very customisable and PokerDIY can show your league scoreboard too http://www.pokerdiy.com/poker-blinds-timer.aspx


Try Treek's Poker Tournament Director. It has free and pro version. I believe, that features you requested are included in free version of this poker timer.

  • Link seems to no longer be valid. Looks like you might still be able to find the software here though.
    – 3N1GM4
    Apr 27 '17 at 10:39

For MacOS use the free version of CasinoWare: https://www.casinoware.net/quick-start/free-download enter image description here


I remade the one from pokerroom in Unity, which was my all time favorite: https://grrava.itch.io/hptm

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    Can you add screenshots, more details, etc.? Thanks.
    – Toby Booth
    Jan 7 '18 at 1:52

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