Joined: Oct '12
Age: 53 (M)
And unless HUD when that was free? It always was on sale for money.
Though I personally never used it. I in general try not to use any third-party products for simplification of poker life. That Ball that some poker rooms don't welcome use of third-party programs and some rigidly forbid use of such programs. Use intuition and there will be to you a happiness.
Joined: Jan '11
Location: Bolivia, Plurinational State of
Age: 45 (M)
Google for FPDB or FreePokerDB. I didn't use it because I have PT4, but I read good things about this free tracker software, you can find some videos in Youtube too. If you decide to try it, let us know what you think.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 35 (M)
HUDs aren't very expensive to buy. In my honest opinion, by the time your game reaches a point where you're experienced enough to understand and benefit from a HUD / Tracking software, you should have enough winnings to easily put some aside to advance your game..
I don't play any more, but when I did I bought HEM2, TableNinja and SNG Wiz (or something like that). I bought each at different points as my game advanced and always with poker winnings..
If you're not winning enough to pay for a HUD, you're probably not at a point in your experience that you would really benefit that much from one, to be honest.
Joined: May '08
Age: 34 (M)
wouldn't recommend anything free that has an access to sensitive data- in your case access to your poker account/-s. you're taking the risk that this software can have some sort of virus, tracker etc. and can do you lots of harm. on a side note- glad to see jess is still alive in this forum he's a true legend here
Joined: Oct '10
Age: 35 (M)
Free of charge does not mean high-quality. People attached time and efforts to develop the program, they want accordingly, that their efforts were covered a cost. And it is needed to decide, why free HUD, if in also time of HM or PT offered on different sites with substantial discounts. But here already quite another level.