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I'm Mike Johanson, one of the authors on the recent "HULHE is solved" paper, and I wrote a fair chunk of the code for Cepheus. kuzzooroo's link was the right one. At the link he gave (not reproduced here - new account, I have no reputation to post > 2 links), you can query any part of Cepheus' strategy, or play against it -- at least, you will be able to ...


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The only way you can get this program is to download it through torrent, although that it illegal so I am not suggesting it, although I am telling you that I might have done it and it is probably possible if you google search "Poker academy pro torrent". If you try to find a good torrent, use a torrent downloading program and go from there you will have it, ...


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HoldemManager 2 and PokerTracker 4 are still the market leaders. HoldemManager 2 uses a lot of ram, especially when you play 12+tabled and use a HUD. But when you play on MacOSx you can only use PokerTracker 4 - because Holdem Manager 2 is Windows only. But it also depends on which stakes you play. If you only play micros and do not want to spend 100$ for ...


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There are a lot of such software but only a few of them are good. Note that there are limitations as to what sites do accept. For example on Cake Poker --but this is an extreme case-- HUDs aren't allowed. They obfuscate on purpose the names of your ennemies in the hand histories to make sure tracker do not work, besides for tracking your own results. But ...


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I'm pretty much quoting my answer to a very similar question: There are two major players in this field: Hold'em Manager and Poker Tracker. Both provide the type of in-depth number crunching and statistical analysis/display that you're looking for. They track things that few players would even think to look at without first seeing the information ...


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To be able to answer your question as to which particular software you have seen in use, we'd need to know which site(s) you've seen that software on. There are a couple of main ways that an online poker site operator may acquire the software which they use: Sole ownership Examples: Pokerstars, FullTilt, PKR, PartyPoker Some of the largest sites have ...


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You should take a look on this list: http://www.pokerlistings.com/analysis-software I think you'll find some software that suits you.


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Perfect game for your needs : Texas Hold'em Poker 3D


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If you are using Mac, there is Poker Copilot.


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If you're doing this entirely by hand, tracking hand count and hands per hour is a bit overkill in my opinion (unless you're single tabling I suppose). If you figure that on average there are 85 hands an hour per table, you can use that time to instead watch the table. I would definitely factor in your mental state, I use 1-3, as well. This will help you ...


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I think that with requirements so specific, you won't find any existing software that can fullfill them. You might have to write the software yourself or have someone else write it for you. I don't want to get into the subject of software development (there are other StackExchange sites for that), but at a first glance creating something like this shouldn't ...


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The hands that can't happen with seven cards are exactly the five card hands that improve no matter which two cards are added to them. This basically means hands with low kickers. A high card hand (think of very card as a kicker) like 7 5 4 3 2 is impossible because any cards added to it will improve it. Some classes are easy to show that there are always ...


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If you're on Mac it's got to be Poker Copilot. It's really simple to use, simple to set up and they give a really decent trial period - although it costs £49 (~$80) to purchase once it's ran out, so it can be quite pricey. I also like the PokerZebra software (available on the Mac app store for a few pounds) to calculate pot odds quickly.


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I agree, FPDB is a great, valid, and valuable utility that is 100% and open source last time I checked. And it works just fine at sealswithclubs :) If you want a relatively 'light' database and hand tracker/analyzer, DEFINITELY try out FPDB. If you are looking for a highly valuable, and game changing leak buster, I suggest HoldemManager HIGHLY. Do not ...


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Heads-up limit hold'em is now solved!. The AI has a great website that will, among other things, tell you the optimal multistrategy at http://poker.srv.ualberta.ca/.


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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.


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Not sure exactly what game you're playing. Anyway, as far as I've always seen, bb means big blinds and BB means big bets. In most poker variants, the betting size doubles at some point in the hand. For example, in limit hold'em, on the turn and river, the bet size is doubled. The size of the bet on the turn and river is the big bet size. You must be playing ...


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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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It is standard to show it as 'Call $40'. This makes sense because it will cost $40 more to call and the previous bettings are already either in the pot or right in fron of him, so the information is already out there. The raise-button should start to say 'Raise $90', which is the minimum raise and can be adjusted later. Player bets $10. Player raises to $20.


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Calculator use would be the same as the use of any other reference. You can not use it during the hand but at in between hands it is fair game. As this is the rule with regards to phones and push/shove charts, I see no reason why a calculator should be any different.


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The issue here is how you define the top x% of hands - and differences in how this decision is arrived at are likely causing you to see what appear to be different results when using different tools. For example, the tool you have linked to in your question gives options to specify the number of opponents, so this implies it is determining the rankings of ...


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On like Play WSOP you can join a table with your friend but you don't get heads up. Are you a programmer? It would be pretty easy to build one. Problem is dealer could hack and see the cards. Don't even need a database. For security would need an external server to be the dealer. So there is a cost of hosting but that is pretty cheap. I started to ...


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So pretty much all of the major online card rooms offer play money to learn how to play the game, pokerstars, 888 & partypoker. I'm sure other reputable ones offer play money options too. As for a client that allows for offline and online options, I don't think one exists from my knowledge. Your best bet would probably to download a poker video game, ...


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I saw this and thought it was pretty cool, but I do not think poker is "solved". This AI works by playing a large number of hands against players, mathematically analyzing the decisions it made in those hands, and applying those analytics to future decisions in future hands. I personally do not think that this means that the AI has solved poker for a couple ...


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VPIP stands for "voluntary put in pot" PFR stands for "pre-flop raising" AFq is the agression factor (number of times you raise vs number of times you call) All three are probably expressed as percentages. The accepted values for a decenet player vary depending on table size, game mode... so it's hard to set a general rule without further details


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Your result adds up 1 (98.58% + 1.41%) and Site 1 and 4 do not, which means you do not calculate the tie case separately, while they do. This is definitely a difference in methods. Without computation on this particular hand and by looking at the numbers only: With site 4: 98.58-97.47 = 1.41 - 0.3 = 1.11%. So the probability of tie should be 2.22% which you ...


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I would say that you cannot use calculators in poker tournaments and that perhaps the use of a calculator could be considered criminal cheating in the state of Nevada. Over thirty years ago in response to people using hidden computers to count cards at Blackjack Nevada passed a law prohibiting the use of computers in a casino to aid in the beating of a game. ...


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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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