Poker Analysis Software

Bertrand Grospellier

If you are going to be taking poker seriously, you're going to want to invest in a good poker analysis/tracking software program. There are a few different options out there on the market today, and we have gone out and gathered the information so you don't have to.

Poker analysis software uses hand histories on your hard drive to create its database, and presents this information in a number of ways, including outlining your opponent's winnings and losses, what type of hands they play, how much you win or lose on every starting hand, and every other piece of data you could ever imagine.

This software is a great tool for any player, beginner or veteran. Not only will it keep a solid log of how many hours and hands you play, but it will keep track of wins and losses. One of the best features of this type of software is the fact that you can break your wins and losses down by hand type so you can see your biggest-winning hands and your least winning hands, making it easy to find and plug leaks.

But it's not just useful for gaining perspective on your own play; as mentioned, it also puts invaluable data on your opponents' play at your fingertips. Spend some time with it and you'll be rewarded by bigger and bigger pots.

PokerTracker is probably the most popular. It has been around the longest and recently come out with a new version, PokerTracker 3. PokerTracker is a great program and will be able to do anything you want your poker software to do.

Hold'em Manager is among the newest analysis software programs, but also one of the fastest-growing. With endorsements from Krantz himself and the rest of the Deuces Cracked team, you can bet that this software is every bit as good as PokerTracker.

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