[OFFICIAL Support Thread] Power-Equilab - Equity calculation tool

    • DonMB
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      Category: Equity calculation tool
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      What is the Power-Equilab?

      The Power-Equilab is an advanced equity calculator which was built by the same developer of the famous PokerStrategy.com Equilab. It tries to combine the best features of other common equity- and analyzing tools on the market in one application.

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    • LemOn36
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      Hey,
      1) is random flop available in main equity window like it is in flopzilla (not just equity trainer)? :)

      2) I have my custom ranges saved in normal equilab I've spent loads of hours on, will they get carried over automatically?


      3) Is equity realisation for IP and OOP or by hand groups preflop (suited/offsuit, broadways...)


      4) EV calcs and trees are not included I believe, is there plans to add them/compete with CREV in the future?:)
    • nopi
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      Originally posted by LemOn36
      Hey, is random flop available in main equity window like it is in flopzilla (not just equity trainer)? :)
      Yes, it is.
      Please check out the trial-version or have a look to the various features and screenshots.

      Originally posted by LemOn36
      I have my custom ranges saved in normal equilab I've spent loads of hours on, will they get carried over automatically?
      And yes, your custom ranges should be taken automatically to the Power-Equilab.

      Originally posted by LemOn36
      Is equity realisation for IP and OOP or by hand groups preflop (suited/offsuit, broadways...)
      You can define your own playability-profile in two ways:
      1. Percentage of equity realization for each combo or
      2. Absolute equity offset for each combo

      Originally posted by LemOn36
      EV calcs and trees are not included I believe, is there plans to add them/compete with CREV in the future?:)
      You're right. Complex EV-calculation and decision-trees are not implemented yet, but are planed for one of the next versions. In the current version we have implemented some simple EV-calcs in the mathematics property sheet.
    • LemOn36
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      Cool, all my ranges autoimported, didn't have to click anything and they were there.
      I really like that you followed the legacy equilab and if I don't tick anything it works the same as the old one.


      By the way for hand history import, do I always have to create/export a text file first or is there an option to copy paste raw HH file straight into equilab?
    • nopi
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      Originally posted by LemOn36
      ...
      By the way for hand history import, do I always have to create/export a text file first or is there an option to copy paste raw HH file straight into equilab?
      Unfortunately the import is limited to text file import at the moment. Next to the import via menu, you can drag and drop these textfiles direct to the Power-Equilab mainwindow.
    • Kirill238
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      Hello.
      I want to ask about interesting feature in this program "Playability profile" . This program has integrated profile "Heads up playability ip/oop(pencentage of equity realization)". Could me explain how calculated percentage of equity realization ip/oop? For example why 72o realizes more equity than K2o? Can I trust this integrated profile? I understand that this percentage depend on the opponent, I mean we have same skill.
    • Swish29
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      Joined: 06.04.2009 Posts: 263
      Originally posted by DonMB
      The Power-Equilab is an advanced equity calculator which was built by the same developer of the famous PokerStrategy.com Equilab. It tries to combine the best features of other common equity- and analyzing tools on the market in one application.
      I have never worked with CREV, FlopZilla or PokerRanger. I feel that it's a part of my game I should work on. Does what I quoted mean that if I get PowerEquilab all other 3 become pointless? I'm not familiar with any of those, even if I'd use the trial of PE but I still could not answer my question. That being said I will still try it :)
    • Factcont05
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      have demo videos?
    • nopi
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      Originally posted by Kirill238
      Hello.
      I want to ask about interesting feature in this program "Playability profile" . This program has integrated profile "Heads up playability ip/oop(pencentage of equity realization)". Could me explain how calculated percentage of equity realization ip/oop? For example why 72o realizes more equity than K2o? Can I trust this integrated profile? I understand that this percentage depend on the opponent, I mean we have same skill.
      Hi Kirill238,

      whether you can trust these profile or not, you have to judge for yourself.
      We have build these values based on intensively discussions in the german forum here on PokerStragtegy.com.
      Note, that you can build your own playbility-profiles and change the values as you want.

      best regards, nopi
    • nopi
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      Originally posted by Swish29
      Originally posted by DonMB
      The Power-Equilab is an advanced equity calculator which was built by the same developer of the famous PokerStrategy.com Equilab. It tries to combine the best features of other common equity- and analyzing tools on the market in one application.
      I have never worked with CREV, FlopZilla or PokerRanger. I feel that it's a part of my game I should work on. Does what I quoted mean that if I get PowerEquilab all other 3 become pointless? I'm not familiar with any of those, even if I'd use the trial of PE but I still could not answer my question. That being said I will still try it :)
      Hi Swish29,

      yes, in our opinion the Power-Equilab combines all the usefull features of some other stand alone tools (Flopzilla, Combonator, Slice, ProPokerTools, PokerRanger) in one appplication. If we had the choice between several different tools, which every of those offer an other feature, or one big program, which combine all these functionality in one application ... of course, we would decide for Power-Equilab :)

      best regards, nopi
    • nopi
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      Originally posted by Factcont05
      have demo videos?
      Hi Factcont05,

      unfortunataly not yet.
      Next tuesday we offer a german webinar ... the english introduction webinar will follow soon. Please take a look a the coaching overview.

      best regards, nopi
    • Kirill238
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      Originally posted by nopi
      Note, that you can build your own playbility-profiles and change the values as you want.
      Thanks. For example I want to build own playability profile. How I can calculate this percentage of equity realization for every hand?
    • nopi
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      Originally posted by Kirill238
      Originally posted by nopi
      Note, that you can build your own playbility-profiles and change the values as you want.
      Thanks. For example I want to build own playability profile. How I can calculate this percentage of equity realization for every hand?
      This values are not calculatable. This values depends on a big samle sizes, your personal playing style etc.
      E. g. Somebody realize with AA 100% of his equity, another one overplays his aces every time and realize only 80% of the equity.
      Unfortunality, like often in poker ... it depends ;)

      best regards, nopi
    • ACMilanFan777
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      is it possible to change the color of the scales ranges? they merge
    • nopi
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      Originally posted by ACMilanFan777
      is it possible to change the color of the scales ranges? they merge
      Unfortunataly not interactive, but you can modify the definition-file WeightedColors.ini located in the installation directory manually.
      As you can see, there are RGB-values listed. And don't forget to restart the Power-Equilab.

      best regards, nopi
    • nopi
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      Hi everyone,

      we build a table, where you can see which tool has which functionality.

      Gruß, nopi

    • redskwerl
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      Are you still going to work on the 'basic' version of Equilab? Has Equilab reached it's EOL (end-of-life)?
    • nopi
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      Originally posted by redskwerl
      Are you still going to work on the 'basic' version of Equilab? ...
      ...
      No.

      Originally posted by redskwerl
      Has Equilab reached it's EOL (end-of-life)?
      Yes.

      best regards, nopi
    • nopi
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      Version 1.5.2.0 is out now.
      For the most common viewings (handrange matrix, equity graph, scenario analyser diagram, heatmap matrix), now you have the following additional features:
      - Copy screenshot to clipboard
      - Save screenshot as file
      - Upload screenshot to the imager server and create a permalink for later use in forums.







    • nopi
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      Another miniupdate ... version 1.5.3.0 is out now.

      Now, you can easily invert the range in the handstrength-dialog. By that, you can define a "check-behind range" with one click.