HoldemEye is aimed at those who play online poker. Many players use the calculator to improve their game getting a reliable tool which makes necessary calculations for a successful game when needed. The player has only to watch the competitors and make decisions depending on the calculations and the behavior of the other players at the table.
HoldemEye provides a unique opportunity for beginning players to immediately start playing at a more experienced level (above average), to improve their skills and win real money. The only thing for you to do is to learn to read the data given by HoldemEye – Expected Value Group (EV g), OUTs, etc.
It doesn’t violate any rules. Using HoldemEye meets all the requirements of poker sites which prohibit the use of special programs playing instead of you. The program sees the same information about the game that you see, and in addition it calculates the possible combinations, the probability of your winning and gives you very useful information based on this data. You use this information and make a decision by yourself.
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HoldemEye supports all types of online poker games - Play money (Chips), Tournaments and Real money tables. What is more, it automatically joins the tables chosen and allows you to concentrate on the game as it works automatically.
OUTs. An OUT is any unseen card. If drawn, it will improve your hand to the possible win combination.
For example, assume that a Texas hold 'em board looks like this after the third round: 3♠ Q♥ 7♣ K♠, and that you are holding A♦ 10♥. Your current hand is just a high ace.You have a minimum of four outs for certain, because they will make your hand better: those are the J♠, J♥, J♣, J♦ (which will give you an ace-high straight). However J♣ will fill your ace-high straight, but will also make it possible for some opponent to have a club flush.
Groups (g). David Sklansky's in his book Essays on Poker proposed to divide starting hand cards into nine different groups. These grouping will help a newbie to facilitate different concepts of gameplay. Group 1 is the best and 9 is the weakest. (These hand rankings first appeared in David Sklansky's book Essays on Poker.)
Expected Value (EV). EV is the Expected Value for your cards. Expected value is a statistic value which is based on 122,031,244 pairs of pocket cards dealt at the real money tables (statistics used from www.pokerroom.com).
The term “expected value” (EV) or “expectation of a wager” comes from Probability theory. EV is how much you will win in the "long run" by making that wager. For example, if you have EV equal to -0.08 this means that if you bet $1 for 100 times you will win 92 from 100 bets.
Note that the value itself may not be expected in the general sense; it may be unlikely or even impossible. A game or situation in which the expected value for the player is zero (neither net gain nor loss) is called a "fair game."
It shows all the actions of players in the hand. You watch the dynamics of playing behavior depending on the cards. For instance, if you see that a player bets immediately at pre-flop, he is likely to have a pair. Then, if after flop the player just checks, it could mean that his hand wasn’t improved. Comparing this information to the data about the probability of your rivals’ winning on each combination, you get incredibly useful information about what each player could have in his hands. Your opponents, however, can bluff but you have more time to consider.
The Statistic table includes all the indicators to identify the rivals’ style of game for you to realize the most winning strategy for yourself. The indicators are as follows:
FlpSeen% - percentage of hands in which the player sees Flop
winIFflpSeen% - percentage of hands won if the player sees Flop
SHDSeen% - percentage of games where the player comes to the River moment , i.e. sees all the cards on the table
SHDWon% - percentage of hands won if the player comes to the River moment , i.e. sees all the cards on the table
TotalHW% - total percentage of the hands won by this player
Balance – the money balance this player has
HandsTotal – the total number of hands played
HandsWon – the total number of hands won by this gambler
Soon you will see quite a number of regular dependences. For example, the players who win more often have very low values for FlpSeen% and SHDSeen, which means that they are patient and play only strong hands.
You will be able to understand these dependences and distinguish between strong and weak players just according to statistics. Of course, it’s necessary to have enough number of hands played.
HoldemEye shows the list of poker sites it supports just at the startup. You just choose the necessary site and the program will suggest loading it even if you don’t have one. Now HoldemEye supports the most popular poker sites with more than 10,000 players playing simultaneously.
If you need a particular poker site, write to email@example.com, and the site will be added in the releases to come.