For those who haven't seen it, here's the release announcement:
PokerTracker Software, LLC. is proud to announce the commercial release of PokerTracker™ 3 Holdem.
What is PokerTracker?
PokerTracker is a software package that is used as an aid to the online poker player. It tracks wins and losses, as well as compiling a multitude of statistics on all aspects of a player's game. From common items, like how often the player chooses to put money into the pot, to more obscure stats like how often a player wins a pot when he check raises the turn. Play on multiple sites? Not a problem. PT3 supports a variety of popular online poker sites, and you can combine your results from each individual site into one screen name in PokerTracker to make keeping track of your results much easier.
PokerTracker allows you to find hands with a wide variety of filters. Find hands where you flopped a flush draw, or a set, or even overcards. Find hands where you were check raised or 3 bet. With a built-in hand replayer, you can play back these hands in an online table simulation to get a feel for the action. Want to see how your money grew over time? View one of the graphs that PokerTracker offers. Want to know how you do in certain positions? PokerTracker makes that information easily available to you.
PokerTracker 3 also provides you with a built-in Hud. A Hud (Heads up display) displays your opponents' statistics on the poker table as you play. Now you'll know if that player who keeps raising you is really a maniac, or if he's just hitting a lucky string of cards. Don't guess what kind of opponents you are up again - KNOW.
That's just a small sample of what PokerTracker 3 offers. Visit the website
to get more information and to download or register.
For a limited time, each new PokerTracker 3 purchase will have the choice of receiving FREE licenses for PokerTracker 2 and PokerAce Hud.
PokerTracker Software, LLC. is also proud to announce the unveiling of TableTracker, a server-based table selection service built right in to the PokerTracker 3 interface.
What does it do?
TableTracker shows you what tables are currently running and who is sitting at those tables. It then uses your PokerTracker 3 databases to show you stats on those players. You use those stats to determine which tables would be most profitable for you to play at.
How does it work?
You simply enter your criteria and then start the search. There's no need to open any of the poker clients. The TableTracker servers keep track of tables for you. Once you find a table you want to sit at, open the client, find the table and sit down.
Who should use it?
Anyone who wants to make more money at the tables! By avoiding tables with solid players and sitting at tables with poor players, you give yourself the best opportunities to win.
How much does it cost?
The TableTracker service requires a monthly fee. Visit the website
for pricing information. Each new purchase of PokerTracker 3 receives a free month of TableTracker.*
*TableTracker subscriptions will be accepted shortly. We are still working out the kinks in our subscription handling services. Enjoy the free month!
Existing PokerTracker 3 Beta Users. Please read the following.
The trial version has several restrictions. The most restrictive one being that it is not able to add, delete or edit databases. PT3 will create a default database at first startup and you'll be forced to use it. If you purchased and have a registration code, enter it in the nag screen that appears when you launch PT3. It will then notify you that you need to create a new database. Keep in mind that your databases are not deleted by PT3, you just simply can't access them in the trial version.
There is no hand cap in this release. This way, those of you who have performance issues will be able to determine if they have been fixed before purchasing. We are also offering an extended trial period of 60 days.
This is not the end of PT3 development. FAR
from it. We have a lot of great new features planned, and we will continue to work hard to bring them to you in a timely manner.
Last edited by _dave_; 05-15-2008 at 10:55 PM.