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Good to hear from you. Keep up the good work! It looks great and I have added a link to it in this article. Hey Nathan I was away on vacations last week but still managed to read the two post that came before this. I have heard about this HUD a few times now. HM2 is definitely a good option as well which I am very familiar with also. A hand history file by the way is a small text file that provides information about absolutely everything that happened in a particular hand from the time, date, player names, stack sizes and the action in the hand. Thanks for the suggestion. Thanks for the rec Michael. Furthermore the HUD itself is highly customizable and easy to set up on all of the major poker sites.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I have also included a link to Equilab. The poker tracking program reads those hand histories and is able to tell you that Player A decided to play their hand on 20 occasions. At least I can use pokertracker, but the stats only last until the sessions end so never a big enough sample size for anything other than the basics. This allows you to look at specific scenarios i. Some days I might put in 5k hands, some days or even none. I have heard some similar comments about the PokerStove link from a few others. Just depends what I am doing on that day. I wish I could use table ninja on Bovada even though it's 4 tables max. On another subject, Nathan your posts seems more frequent theses last days. PokerTracker or Hold'em Manager? Hey Andres, I used StarsHelper many years ago when it was free. Its like TN2 but itse cheaper and gets the job done. The other great thing about having all of this information is the ability to study your game and your opponents away from the tables. Thanks for reading as always Jorge! So the question is, which one, PokerTracker or Hold'em Manager? I actually am thinking of taking your posts and creating a book of them, having it in my tablet to read like a book or so. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Hey Buddy. I am also going to add a link to Equilab which is an alternative suggested by others in the comments below. I already wrote a complete guide on how to do this by the way: How to study your poker hands and fix your leaks. By the way, PokerStove has long been discontinued. I recommend Table Optimizer. But if it has all of the options that you want and is updated promptly when poker sites change their software, then it sounds like a good alternative and cheaper. I will have to look into it at some point. I then switched over to Hold'em Manager for a few years. Anyways hope Thailand is still going well I myself and considering moving there as poker is more of a hoby for me but I work online and can work anywhere in the world. I have updated the download link in this article. If that one is working for you then hey, that's cool too! Hey Daryl! I may get around to doing that one day and offer it for free or as newsletter signup gift. It is also free. I agree that it is a good alternative. All discussion of poker tools will always begin and end with a tracking program and HUD heads up display. And this really is the greatest feature of these tracking programs, the ability to use filters. What a poker tracking program essentially does is process the raw hand history files that you receive from the poker room after every hand that you play. Long time reader! It is all over the place with my play these days. I would definitely just stay with that if you are happy with it. I've tried looking everywhere and everytime I install it it brings up the same message that it is out of date. Pokerstove doesn't seem to work anymore. Here is what it looks like on my screen:. What a poker tracking program does is read each of these hand histories and create useful information to help you study the game and learn more about your opponents. Hopefully this one works for you. I haven't tried the paid product that you use though. Thanks again! I also have seen Equilab nice one , but if you or anyone else has any good alternative recommendation, please share it with us. I personally started with PokerTracker many, many years ago when they were the only game in town. Having the ability to break down the game into such tiny little chunks and analyze your results as well, as that of your opponents, is an invaluable tool to improve your own game and study more efficiently. It looks great and has a few more bells and whistles than PokerStove like pre-defined ranges. Same goes for your link above! Thanks again and hope everything is good with you as well! And I am glad to hear that my table selection methods are helping. I have heard good things about it and just tried it out myself. Also, do you do any coaching anymore? It is still the most popular post in the history of this website. I think you have hit the golden balance between volume of info, frequency of messages and depth of ccontent. It's funny to me now how things started to move better when I started taking table selection more seriously, out of those 19 things you talked about last week there aren't as many as I'd thought I'd have to work on. Hey Nathan, have you tried StarsHelper? I have updated the link to PokerStove in this article. Greetings from Greece. Let me know if that works for you or not. Heyo Nathan long time Reader big time Fan great read, I would just like to say that maybe you should add the new jivaro Hud with it's seamless design and functionality it truly looks like the future for what a Hud could be. Personally I tried a tracking software called Poker Office before trying and loving HM2, then I just played a bunch of hands on Winner Poker I think and got it for free. The reason why I think that Pokertracker 4 is currently the best tracking program and HUD on the market today really boils down to how easy it is to use. Take care! Table selection is all about finding the specific bad players these days and much less about table averages so many programs are behind the curve. Thank you. Hey Nathan, do you recommend a table selecting software? That is how good I think your posts are. I'd like to recommend a similar software to PokerStove, which is also free, it's called HoldemViewer, it's interface looks similar to PokerStove, it cannot calculate equiy with board cards, however it has other very useful functions like it can show the odds for all preflop hands one by one in a window vs. Installation is quick and flawless, the right options and stats are in the right places and the software runs very smoothly even when dealing with very big sample sizes. So I have found a new version which should hopefully work now. I didn't even know that they went to a paid model. I have had a few other people suggest putting my posts together into a book. For Instance: Say you have hand histories where you played against Player A. I won't say that I never will again but I don't have any plans to return to it right now. Thanks and good to hear from you David! Now when you look up that player inside PokerTracker or Hold'em Manager you will be able to see that the percentage of hands that they play is This is very useful in determining player type for instance. This allows you to place this information along with many other stats right beside their name at the poker table. I discuss many of my current table selection methods in this article. I'm wondering, nowadays how many hands are you currently playing on a normal day? I really would not want to comment on it since I haven't used it in so long. I have heard good things about Equilab before and I just tried it out myself. Glad to see you sharing with us your thoughts, recommentations and I hope you keep up with it. And these two companies actually merged together last year. I use PT4 now as well and I don't do use any table selection software anymore. PT4 is basically a different version of the same thing. With regards to coaching, sorry but I don't do that anymore. Hey Thanos, thank you so much for the kind words!