Originally Posted by duh
As has been confirmed ITT numerous times... Holdem Indicator works with, and is allowed by, Bovada.
I'm thinking about paying the ~$100 for HI, based on its ability to review my Hand Histories (HHs). Is there any other (less expensive) software that will play back hands from downloaded Bovada HH files?
I'm really not interested in most of the functionality of HI at this time. I track HUD stats that have any hope of converging by spreadsheet while I play. I have a minor in Engineering Mathematics, so the odds calculations are of no concern to me, either.
I'm really only
looking for a way to go over my HH's to look for leaks in my game. A visual interface would be best, but is not essential. Even a script that gathered my stats from the downloaded text HH into a table would be acceptable. If it had a link or even just the address of each hand, so that I could look at the stats, then pull up the interesting hand's text, that would work.