Is there a good alternative to HM2 and PT4?

Today we look at all the tools at your disposal to take your exploitative play to the next level, including a great new tracking software.

PokerStrategy.com coach W34z3l

Video type

Theory

Coach:

w34z3l

Status:

Gold

Duration

53 minutes

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Today w34z3l is back with his most advanced series so far, so make sure you are ready to put in some hard work. 

This is a five part series about improving your winrate by using exploitative play as part of your poker game.

Over the five videos the course will cover:

In today's video our coach looks at statistics, software, poker tools and HUDs and how to use them best with the lessons learned so far. In this video he uses the Hand2Note tracking software which is a new alternative to the other poker tracker software designed by professional poker players. You can try it for free for 30 days right here. 

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  • imgoingtomirage

    #1

    You can still win a Storm Review with w34z3l, apply here: https://www.pokerstrategy.com/forum/thread.php?postid=2781514#post2781514 :)
  • LemOn36

    #2

    Let's get a pokerstrategy discount code for hand2note please oh mighty bosses XOXO
  • bigdog63

    #3

    hand2note is soooo cool
  • anduke

    #4

    Hand2Note seems to be a nice alternative to these giants and also affordable for the recs.
  • CucumbaMan

    #5

    Yeah Hand2Note is nice. It is free below NL25, right?
  • imgoingtomirage

    #6

    Yes
  • VorpalF2F

    #7

    It appears to be solely for Hold'em
  • imgoingtomirage

    #8

    Correct: "Hand2Note is designed for Texas Holdem cash and tournament players".
  • tonypmm

    #9

    Well, tourney players might want to still use PT4 to track winnings and ICM-based EV because H2N often doesn't detect payout structures properly, but as a HUD, H2N is very powerful. I'm actually switching to it, so thanks for the video, I'll watch it as soon as I return to the Gold status.
  • tonypmm

    #10

    That said, my H2N trial has already expired, and I'm going to keep using PT4 for specifically population tendency analysis in order to avoid paying for H2N Edge until I start grinding $15s at least.