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Old 05-31-2017, 10:47 AM   #101
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Re: Power-Equilab

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Hi Blunderer,

i'm not sure, if i understand it correct. Do you mean the highlighting (in light green) of combos while hovering the mouse over the small information mark?
For me it seems ok ...



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In your video you have all options ticked on the flop hand strength tab - if you only tick top pair, you still get all the same cells being highlighted green.

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Old 05-31-2017, 11:19 AM   #102
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Re: Power-Equilab

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Hi +VLFBERH+T,

you're right, this is a little bit weired.

This is based on history, the background is the following: If a combo is selected and you click on it, then the combo should be deselected. Unfortunately the same happens if you select only selected suits.

Because of different cases of selecting (direct click, moving the mouse, subgroups etc.), i have to think deeper about it. But i'm pretty sure to find a good solution.

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Hi ... the user-friendly way imho is just like it is in the "normal" Equilab version, there it works just as one would expect:

1) I have some preflop range:


2) I click on "Suit selection" and then from that range, select the hands which I will specify the suits of (in this example, all off-suit ace of hearts):


3) Click on "Suit selection once more, and voilà - the offsuit heart aces are in the range, all other off-suit aces gone


Would you see any reason to not implement it in the "Power" version just the same way as in the free version?
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Old 06-01-2017, 09:54 AM   #103
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Re: Power-Equilab

I just wanted to add my 2 cents about this product: This is, by far, the best equity calculator on the market. Commecial, open source, or free. Hands down. It will do anything and everything every other product will do, plus some. It's integration into the web and ability to basically copy/paste any information or photo is just fantastic. There are numerous other pieces of software like this on the market but as said, none of them do everything Power Equilab does and there's things Power Equilab does that the others don't. This is the total package.
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Old 06-06-2017, 12:28 PM   #104
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Re: Power-Equilab

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I just wanted to add my 2 cents about this product: This is, by far, the best equity calculator on the market. Commecial, open source, or free. Hands down. It will do anything and everything every other product will do, plus some. It's integration into the web and ability to basically copy/paste any information or photo is just fantastic. There are numerous other pieces of software like this on the market but as said, none of them do everything Power Equilab does and there's things Power Equilab does that the others don't. This is the total package.
Even PokerRanger?

I am in between the two and the flat cost of PokerRanger is a bit more attractive than the subscription based cost of this. In addition, PokerRanger has a analysis feature similar to CardRunnersEV. (Not sure if PowerEquilab has anything like this, so if it does, that would certainly make the decision harder.)

Thanks for any feedback as I'm looking to make the purchase of one of these within the next few days.
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Old 06-06-2017, 03:30 PM   #105
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Even PokerRanger?

I am in between the two and the flat cost of PokerRanger is a bit more attractive than the subscription based cost of this. In addition, PokerRanger has a analysis feature similar to CardRunnersEV. (Not sure if PowerEquilab has anything like this, so if it does, that would certainly make the decision harder.)

Thanks for any feedback as I'm looking to make the purchase of one of these within the next few days.
Oh, don't even consider PokerRanger. Believe me, I went through all of these programs with a fine tooth comb and the flat rate of $79 basically makes PokerRanger the most expensive equity calculator on the market. For that price, I can assure you, you are getting an inferior product to Power Equilab.

Go look at the PR thread. They've been talking about PR2 for over a year and PR itself is just not anywhere near as used as PE is at this point. The way PE integrates itself into the web and allows just about any text or screenshot to be copy/pasted to any site or forum, pretty much makes it the standard in poker software today.

I don't know specifically which analysis feature you're referring to but once again, there is no question here that PE does much more, and faster, than PR.
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Old 06-06-2017, 04:58 PM   #106
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Re: Power-Equilab

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Oh, don't even consider PokerRanger. Believe me, I went through all of these programs with a fine tooth comb and the flat rate of $79 basically makes PokerRanger the most expensive equity calculator on the market. For that price, I can assure you, you are getting an inferior product to Power Equilab.

Go look at the PR thread. They've been talking about PR2 for over a year and PR itself is just not anywhere near as used as PE is at this point. The way PE integrates itself into the web and allows just about any text or screenshot to be copy/pasted to any site or forum, pretty much makes it the standard in poker software today.

I don't know specifically which analysis feature you're referring to but once again, there is no question here that PE does much more, and faster, than PR.
I guess I'll be taking a closer look at Power-Equilab.

Thanks, I appreciate the input.
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Old 06-06-2017, 05:03 PM   #107
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Re: Power-Equilab

+1 for power equilab over poker ranger
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Old 06-07-2017, 07:17 AM   #108
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Re: Power-Equilab

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I guess I'll be taking a closer look at Power-Equilab.

Thanks, I appreciate the input.
PE has several weeks trial period, give it a try.
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Old 06-16-2017, 02:02 PM   #109
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Re: Power-Equilab

Liking the software so far.

Minor bug: when I click a range, and then click a color-grouped range, often the part of the PE window near where I clicked disappears and I see whatever was behind the window (ie my desktop background). When I move the window, that image stays stuck to the window, so the only way to get rid of it is to minimize and restore the window.

I think the glitch only happens when clicking from an ungrouped matrix to a grouped one. Sometimes it only happens when clicking to a specific group number, e.g. for one of my ranges just now, the glitch was happening 100% of the time when clicking Group 9.

I'm running version 1.10.19.0 on Windows 7 64-bit.
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Old 06-21-2017, 04:04 PM   #110
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Re: Power-Equilab

on the Grouping options tab, and the sub tab "Hand Strength" - would it be possible to have an "OR" button included so that I can have top pair+, or flush draw or OESD, rather than having to go though each step 3 times?
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