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post Nov 6 2007, 09:36 AM
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Is there any software that captures and analyse poker play history?
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post Jan 29 2008, 02:57 PM
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post Apr 26 2008, 01:14 PM
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Look here it software with more.
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post Apr 26 2008, 04:05 PM
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There is software that captures all play history, but its up to you to analyze the results
The program I'm talking about will record all play history and then organize it into specific results, such as how much money you won/lost in whichever position or with whatever specific hand.

Ahhhhh there is too much really to talk about, just go see it for yourself. The program is called Poker Office and you can find it at http://pokeroffice.com/

It costs about $80 but you can get it for free by fullfilling obligations. This would include signing up as a new player in one of a dozen poker sites and playing a specific amount of hand. Usually you have to get so many player points, just like getting your first time user bonus. Then you would get the program for free.

I have the program but I find it buggy, especially when you start collecting lots of hands data. You are supposed to download a free database program that is supposed to handle the large volume amounts better but it kinda made my computer screwy. When you play at a table it has a nice hand tracker with pot odds calculator. Plus it saves the stats on every person you play so if you come across the same person months down the road the program will recognize him and have some data on already.

When I first tried this program about a year and a half ago the biggest benefit I came away is that it showed how it feels to play in a certain way. I thought I played tight aggressive but I didn't play like that at all, and there really is no way for others to tell you that. The program showed me how to play in different styles so that was really good.
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post May 4 2008, 12:47 PM
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I would google it if i were you.

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post Apr 8 2011, 10:34 AM
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I agree with ellisman7.

You can search a perfect poker analysis software in Google.


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post Apr 12 2011, 11:51 AM
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QUOTE(komisio @ Nov 6 2007, 09:36 AM)
Is there any software that captures and analyse poker play history?
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I think that that depends on a specific poker website or their own "inner" software. There are many poker providers so just search.
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post Apr 22 2011, 02:26 AM
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QUOTE(Phaze @ Apr 26 2008, 04:05 PM)
Bump!

There is software that captures all play history, but its up to you to analyze the results
The program I'm talking about will record all play history and then organize it into specific results, such as how much money you won/lost in whichever position or with whatever specific hand.

Ahhhhh there is too much really to talk about, just go see it for yourself. The program is called Poker Office and you can find it at http://pokeroffice.com/

It costs about $80 but you can get it for free by fullfilling obligations. This would include signing up as a new player in one of a dozen poker sites and playing a specific amount of hand. Usually you have to get so many player points, just like getting your first time user bonus. Then you would get the program for free.

I have the program but I find it buggy, especially when you start collecting lots of hands data. You are supposed to download a free database program that is supposed to handle the large volume amounts better but it kinda made my computer screwy. When you play at a table it has a nice hand tracker with pot odds calculator. Plus it saves the stats on every person you play so if you come across the same person months down the road the program will recognize him and have some data on already.

When I first tried this program about a year and a half ago the biggest benefit I came away is that it showed how it feels to play in a certain way. I thought I played tight aggressive but I didn't play like that at all, and there really is no way for others to tell you that. The program showed me how to play in different styles so that was really good.
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post Apr 27 2011, 02:02 PM
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Pokulator is an interactive training tool to analyze poker hands and give players important information about thier hands and the odds on different scenarios after each card is turned.
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post Nov 20 2012, 11:28 AM
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Holdem Manager seems to be the software of choice.....


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