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Thread: Poker tools?

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    Poker tools?

    I've been curious about the various poker tools available out there. I'd like to try a simple free one out soon, and wanted to know what various types there are, and which are user-friendly, etc.

    Suggestions/explanations/definitions?

    Thanks in advance!

    RK

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    You have holdem manager 2 30 days free trial and poker tracker 3 90 days free trial. Try them and then buy the one you like more.

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    there are poker huds or something and you can also read books?

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    MagicHoldem download, you have a free month to try it, anyway I think it's better to learn to walk you through a simple application that does not take into account the time of the tournament or the attitude of the opponents

    good luck!

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    Sharkscope is a pretty cool resource to use when playing online poker.

    "The most complete poker tournament database
    Virtually all online tournaments tracked
    View players ROI and profits
    HUD, Leaderboards, Tournament Selector and more! "

    Plus its free to join~
    "Nobody is always a winner, and anybody who says he is, is either a liar or doesn't play poker." -Amarillo Slim

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    Realy dont use to many poker tools

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    I like to use a HUD (heads up display) for muti tabling and tourneys but I dont suggest starting with one you need to get a feel for making reads without it.....I also like to use mine to give me a gage on my table image and who is paying attention.other than that some sort of spread sheet for BRM and improvement purposes...
    Live today like it is your last........

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    I recommend to read stratagies and books rather than managing hold'em software

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    i suggest doing the same thing you would live, rely on your skills and reading abilities. I do not use tools, they throw me off personally.

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    I've used some, but quite frankly I would rather just rely on my own skills.

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