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PokerCruncher - Basic - Poker Odds Calculator

PokerCruncher - Basic - Poker Odds Calculator
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PokerCruncher-Basic is a simple, flexible, and easy-to-use Texas Hold'em odds calculator. It supports up to 10 players and specific cards and random/unknown cards.

Even though this is the Basic version of PokerCruncher, it has additional features like hand type stats, dead cards, and n:1 odds that some other odds calculators don't have.

PokerCruncher-Basic has a clean, efficient, easy-to-use interface with large-size cards and stats, and an easy and fast card input mechanism.

Advanced Version of PokerCruncher:

If you want to do some seriously powerful Hold'em odds analysis, check out the Advanced version of PokerCruncher, which is more powerful than even PokerStove. PokerCruncher-Advanced has fully general hand ranges, Deal-To-Flop and flop texture analysis, many stats, and much more.

PokerCruncher's Advanced version has great reviews from poker experts like, Bluff Magazine, the TwoPlusTwo forum (400+ posts), and Guide To Casino Gambling. See our website for links.

iPhone, iPad, and Mac(Expert) versions available

"Although there are a ton of poker iPhone applications available in the iTunes store, none are focused on actually making the user a better poker player.  Enter applications developed by PokerCruncher ..."

Note: Tutorial on our website.
Our Tutorial gives thorough explanations of this app's features, and also the Advanced version’s features.

+ Runs locally on device, internet connection not needed
+ Fast Monte Carlo simulation, complete enumeration for some common cases
+ General tool, e.g. up to 10 players
+ Specific cards, random/unknown cards, for each player (Advanced version has fully general hand ranges)
+ Hand type stats: odds for making OnePair, TwoPair, etc.
+ Generate random player and board cards to set up what-if and test scenarios
+ Dead cards
+ Fold/Un-Fold players
+ Export/import scenarios (hands)
+ %age's or n:1 odds
+ Clean and crisp retina card graphics

Please see the Tutorial for a full description of all of the features.

App Store reviews are greatly appreciated, thank you.

Also please check out our companion app "Tournament Cruncher" (ICM).

What's New in Version 7.2.1

A big update:

1) Main Screen: Long-tap a player’s card field to bring up the player’s shortcut menu. This new menu lets you do some important operations faster e.g. fold/un-fold a player.

2) Main Screen: Make complete enumeration calculations a little faster.

3) UI improvements, e.g., to the main screen, stats view. Details below.

If you like PokerCruncher, please consider rating/reviewing it to support our continuing work, thank you!


3) UI Improvements

a) Main Screen:
* Move Calculate button to the right side of the screen (more logical placement, gives faster app usage).
* Improved indication of the selected card/player:
- Show a border rectangle around the selected card (instead of dimming the card).
- Highlight the selected player’s number.
* Show dead cards (as text) in the status text area at the bottom of the screen (on 4” screens).
* Show calculation progress bar only while a calculation is running, not when it’s finished or stopped.
* Align players’ Win and Tie values better.

b) Stats View:
* Highlight the selected player’s number/title.
* Show the selected player’s cards graphically.
* Swipe up/down to view the next/previous player’s stats.
* Use spaces in stat names for better readability.

c) Stats:
* Write “0%” instead of “0.00%” for stats that have a value of exactly 0%.
* Write infinity symbol instead of text “inf” in the UI.

d) General:
* Change some small-X-circle buttons to Done buttons.
* Move Done or Cancel button to the right side of the screen if it’s the only button in the screen.
* Improve some alerts’ button names, button left/right placement, and wording.
* Improve main help screen, e.g., add a section on shortcuts (e.g., long-tap).
* Update the Tutorial: shortcuts.


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