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Which software is best for Postflop analysis?

    • SusieSunshine
      Joined: 10.02.2008 Posts: 101

      I mainly play 1-table NLHE SNGs and NLHE Tornaments (MTTs - no Cash-Game) and although its not that important in these kind of formats, I feel like I have some leaks in my postflop game. I`m looking for some really good software to improve this. I saw a variety of Software Tutorials e.g. Flopzilla, CardrunnersEV, Combonator etc. And now i´m totally confused. Can anyone recommend a certain software in special regards to tournament play? I think all of these programms were mainly written for Cash game analysis.
      CardrunnersEV seems to be good but also very pedestrian, because one has to enter every single parameter manually.

      Thanks for your help
  • 1 reply
    • VorpalF2F
      Super Moderator
      Super Moderator
      Joined: 02.09.2010 Posts: 10,495
      Hi, SusieSunshine...
      Have you used Equilab?

      It is free on our Poker Tools page on which there are a few other tools you might want to try.

      I'm pretty sure that most -- if not all -- of them have free trials.

      Equilab does not care if you're playing cash games or tournaments, however the default ranges may be different, and of course it has no knowledge of ICM. However equity is equity no matter what the game.

      Best of luck,