PT & HM software added to our task list raffle!

Industry leading poker tracking software packages now up for grabs every other week.

Newly merged poker software giants PokerTracker and Hold'em Manager (now operating as Max Value Software) have kindly agreed to sponsor our weekly task list raffle.

That means on top of an iPad mini and cash prizes, you can now get your hands on some Hold'em Manager and PokerTracker Small Stakes software packages for completing tasks as easy as making a forum post!

How do the poker tasks work?

The new prizes will be dished out in the raffle every other week, starting with a Hold'em Manager Small Stakes package next Monday.

About Hold'em Manager 2

Hold'em Manager 2

Hold'em Manager 2

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An award winning poker software, Hold'em Manager 2 increases win-rates while providing players the fundamental edge needed to move up in limits.

No matter what your poker software experience level is, HM2 provides real-time data allowing quick profitable decisions at the tables. It profitably analyses your game away from the table and boasts over 1,000 metrics to help you enhance your game and crush the competition.

You can try HM2 free, or purchase the full version.

About PokerTracker 4

PokerTracker 4

PokerTracker 4

Try for free

PokerTracker 4 delivers the edge you need to focus and improve your game while simplifying your online playing experience.

It supports No-Limit, Limit, or Pot-Limit betting structures in cash games, SNGs, and MTTs, and provides its users with easy-to-use Vector Engine HUDs, fantastic tools for game or profit analysis, optimised table selection and much more!

You can try PT4 free, or purchase the full version with our exclusive discount.

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  • andiofwbafc


    Very nice.

    However what happens if we already own this product and somehow we luck the raffle.

    Is a cash equivalent available?
  • kidzoltan


    Good question
  • nutural


    I welcome "happy headaches" like that...
  • Yoshimitsu77


    HM 2 is too slow on my laptop, I still use HM1