Poker tools in use ???

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Posted on Dec 8th 2006
I use Poker Office and think this is very good for analyzing your game. Also, your opponents are classified automatically, so if you play the same limit for some time, you will have many of the frequent players already classified when you enter a table.
--- "Most of the money you'll win at poker comes not from the brilliance of your own play, but from the ineptitude of your opponents." - Lou Krieger
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Posted on Dec 9th 2006
PokerOffice can be downloaded for free ... as long as you register at one of their recommended sites. I did this and then withdrew my money afterwards ... still playing there of course. I didnt really want to pay for something that I wasn't sure whether it worked or not.
SAMOH1 Play hard, play fair, always play to win
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Posted on Dec 10th 2006
I don't and I often wonder who at my table is if any. I have been doing okay without so unless I decide to try and move up or play more I'll go without.
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Posted on Dec 11th 2006
I dont agree with those things.Lost more times than won using them.
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Posted on Dec 12th 2006
I like the Holdem Pirate. It gives you odds and stats on opponents. But it erases them when you switch tables. Overall, it's pretty useful, though.
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Posted on Dec 12th 2006
i like them i just wish they helped out more am so new need all the help i can get
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Posted on Dec 19th 2006
They definitely help, what I learnt from them was the basic value of the 2-card combinations - and cards that I should have been mucking that I was betting with. Now my game is a lot tighter and am moving on to bigger things.
SAMOH1 Play hard, play fair, always play to win
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Posted on Dec 19th 2006
I tried two or three times on a multi , but the only thing it did was to confirm what i already thought . It's all about instinct and feelings... I like to change my type of playing along weeks. Some days i want to play all playable hands, and other days i decide to play only pairs or dealer positions ! That makes my reactions easier to control !
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Posted on Dec 19th 2006
It's definitely not for me !
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Posted on Dec 21st 2006
i checkt out the tools and honestly can tell you if you know poker you do not need them. after 1 day i memoriesed nearly everything they do. do not buy one, the essence is fold everything except As and something suited the other card low, just call or small raise. ON AA it tells you to go any raise and it also tells you to fold pair of 2 to pair of 10. so keep this in mind and you'll be fine without. i earn about 8 $ an hour and that playing during work aswell. bin the poker bots and use your brains.
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Posted on Dec 21st 2006
the best tool is your brain. :)
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Posted on Dec 25th 2006
I have try pokerindicator but most of the time i go for my instincts :P
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Posted on Dec 30th 2006
I have recently obtained pokeroffice and it seems to provide useful information. The only problem is that when I tried to use it today it would not work! Have now reinstalled it so will have to see how long it lasts this time!
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