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    TexanBuddy is a Texas Hold'em poker odds calculator. You enter the number of players, the cards you hold and what's on the table. Then TexanBuddy will calculate the odds of you winning that hand. This is an essential addition to your poker arsenal and gives you a huge edge at the online tables. It's also an invaluable tool for teaching you a winning strategy playing Texas Hold'em.
  • Coach Rounder
    Coach Rounder is a revolutionizing poker software tool that serves as your own private poker coach. Upload your hand history and Coach Rounder returns detailed feedback on your strengths and weaknesses along with recommendations on what you can do to take your game to a new level. And best of all - Coach Rounder is available for free.
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    Poker card game with five user skill levels (try beating it in expert mode!) and tournament-style player elimination. The package still features the original Poker Calculator which enables you to determine the odds of winning or improving any starting poker hand.
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    CardAnalyzer.com offers a Free hand sharing analysis program for Holdem. Stats are superimposed at the table as you play! Millions of hands in the database which can be accessed immediately! You can analyze your own play as well as your opponents. Export player notes to your poker application. Analyze your play according to the Sklansky groups.