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Does anyone know of an advanced poker calculator for Windows?
Or for Universal Windows Platform (runs on Windows and smart phone)?

I found this for Mac Poker Cruncher. I am looking for a tool exactly like that but for Windows. I know you can use tools to host a Mac application in Windows. I am looking for a native Windows application.

Not talking about basic statistics on you versus a known hand or random hand. A tool where you can put in a range for your opponent and get an equity.

Turns out there is Equilab and Flopzilla. Toby answered in Chat.

I decided to write one. Will not have the features of Flopzilla but I want to write a phone application and this seems like good application for practice. Clearly it is not done.

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  • I don't know but you are a programmer and a person with specific needs. What restricts you from programming a command line like that in an easy language like ruby or python? It is an interesting project to work on IMHO. – Luis Masuelli Jul 22 '16 at 19:16
  • Have my upvote. If you find a tool or are you willing to code and share, it will be of a great value to the community. – Luis Masuelli Jul 22 '16 at 19:17
  • Either of you guys fancy coding a hand converter for this site? Ps. Not hijacking, we can/should continue in chat room ;) Pps. I'm not a programmer otherwise I'd do it. – Toby Booth Jul 22 '16 at 19:27
  • @TobyBooth I am a programmer but I don't know what you mean by hand converter or for this site. If you mean convert 5 cards to a named hand that is easy - will post as a question and answer. Do you mean like a plug in that would run on the site? No where else in SE do they have something like that. – paparazzo Jul 22 '16 at 19:43
  • Then my sincere wish of good luck to you :). I prefer using Python but it is a matter of taste. – Luis Masuelli Jul 22 '16 at 20:03
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Toby Booth answered in chat

Equilab and Flopzilla

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Premium Poker Tools is another option (founder here). It's a web app, so it works anywhere you have a web browser.

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Pokerstove has been one of the oldest and most stable tool when it comes to calculating equity against a range of hand. They have opensource C++ lib which is (one of ?) the fastest poker hand evaluator available in opensource.

In terms of mobile-compatible tool, all I can think of is web-based, and as such Propokertools stands as a reference for being able to support many variants and advanced features such as graphing etc.

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