I personally developed PokerRanger to get an easy-to-use tool which makes it easy to analyse different scenarios. That said, it combines functions of different tools like Flopzilla etc. However, I tried to make it easy to use the different functions and to combine them.
For example, you might determine all second, third pairs of villains range and use this range as a folding range in an EV analysis. And when calculating what the EV of your flop raise against a continuation bet is, when villain folds all his 2nd, 3rd pairs and worse, you see the number of combinations and the equities of the ranges at the same time.
For a complete overview of the functions, there is a website which can be found in the "contact info" of my 2+2 profile.
i've just tried out this stuff and it's amazing. Good work!
Especially the "FE/EV Calculation" Tab is truly valuable. I found out, that it is already possible to do multiple streets analysis. But it's slightly inconvenient, couse you have to store the EV of the previous street. Would be great to enhance this feature!
Actually, multi-street EV needs some extra calculation. You could, for example, calculate the EV of bet/fold at one turn card and bet/fold at the other turn cards. For the whole bet/fold EV, you would have to add the weighted EVs of both scenarios up.
Of course, this is a simple calculation, but to make it more convenient, a multi-street EV feature is planned for the future.
A big annoyance for me is if you are selecting say flop cards you can't click once to select, then click again to deselect. Therefore, if I want to change only one card on the flop, I have to go in and clear all cards and reselect them all.
thank you very much for that suggestion (PT4 Importer). It is one of the top candidates for the next update.
To deselect cards, you can use the right mouse button. You can also change this by unticking the option "Unselect Cards with Right Mouse Button" in the "Options" menu. However, this option only affects "Card Selection". Range Selection only works with the right mouse button so far, as most people have preferred this option.
Of course, you are absolutely right, this is not very clear. We might change this or make the "Right Mouse Button" clearer in the next update.
Thank you very much for your feedback and best regards,
Actually, the flushdraw should appear in the board hits tabs. However, if all of your flushdraws contain a gutshot draw or an oesd, too, they will appear as "Straightflushdraw". Also, you can hover over the different hand strengths to see, where the hands are assigned to.
If you still cannot find your hand, it would be great if you could provide the ranges and the board, so that we can look into it.
Some features i would like to see in the future
Weight for ranges
High card and two overs separation would be nice ( like Ax K high etc)
Custum sum making with weight as well (like adding % at combo and addink tick, removing from weakest hands)
Can't import HM2 handhistories. Which format does it use? For example for importing HM2 HH files in CREV I rightclick the hand in HM2 and then use "View - > copy to clipboard as plain text" and it works fine. If I try it for pokerranger in this way with plain text HH, it will not import. Using the method just rightclicking the hand and "copy" doesnt work either. I guess because the HH I want to import is played on 888 Poker. Isn't it more usefull to set the H2 HH import function like it is in CREV and using the handviewer and then copying the HH as plain text and import it as plain text? I guess in this way Pokerranger must not be configured to use HH from all different sites. But Iam not sure about that.
Anyway I bought a Pokerranger license mainly to import HM2 HH files and to analyze my played hands so it would be great if you can figure it out for my HM2 888 poker HHs.