Anyone tried Omaha Indicator ?

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    • PidKoker
      PidKoker
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      I don't think it's very good...it doesn't do a whole lot.
    • FWKanobi
      FWKanobi
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      Originally posted by PidKoker
      I don't think it's very good...it doesn't do a whole lot.
      May i ask what your opinion based on ? tried it ?

      Thank you.
    • PidKoker
      PidKoker
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      Iv used the other version of it and I assume from waht i read about it and the SS that i saw. It just counts your outs really which you should be able to do on your own.. there are other programs that can give you stats as well and that arent very messy like indicator is.

      if your going to be a regular Omaha player your betting off getting PTO
    • FWKanobi
      FWKanobi
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      Originally posted by PidKoker
      Iv used the other version of it and I assume from waht i read about it and the SS that i saw. It just counts your outs really which you should be able to do on your own.. there are other programs that can give you stats as well and that aren't very messy like indicator is.

      if your going to be a regular Omaha player your betting off getting PTO
      meanwhile playing :

      PLO5 (178 hands) won me 112 BB/100
      PLO2 (51 hangs) lost 208 BB / 100

      so I'll stick with PLO5 where I sit with 50BB and usually leave the table when I have at least 80BB (usually leaving with 100-150BB).

      in PLO2 I'm getting too many callers , hard to isolate.

      I'm already using Poker Tracker Omaha with PokerGrapher.
    • alejandrosh
      alejandrosh
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      I don't like calculators anymore, they take so much space , it's harder to multitable properly.

      I'm not going to give omaha indicator a try. PTO seems good (or elephant if it has omaha support by july :D )