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Posted by Macubaas:
I have to agree that on lower limits there is frankly no reason to use a HUD, but in stakes from NL10 or higher where there are regulars on any site you could use it in your advantage.

I also want to add that both HEM2 and PT4 use a lot more resources than HEM1, and if you are multi-tabling you need to have a pretty strong pc to run them.


This.^

I bought HEM2 thinking it would be a great aid - and it is, in analysing hands and tracking my own progress.

When i started using it i lost money because under certain limits it's almost useless in terms of using it to make decisions in a real game.

I don't use it currently because PKR doesn't support it...and I don't miss it at all.

Which is better than which I can't say, never tried PT, but HEM2 seemed to be the better choice when I enquired.

     
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I use holdem manager it is a usefull tool, but pokertracker isn;t bad it self, just try them out and look which one suits your poker needs. Cool

     
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Posted by GIOMi6:
I use holdem manager it is a usefull tool, but pokertracker isn;t bad it self, just try them out and look which one suits your poker needs. Cool


So is any of these useful to someone who plays in $1 to $5 SnG's? And, if so, what can one expect to pay for "Holdem Manager" or "pokerTracker"? I'm tired of the weekly downward swings and then the next week doing well. I guess I'm wondering if it would help me improve or gain more consistancy!

     
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Posted by Greenmohave:
Posted by GIOMi6:
I use holdem manager it is a usefull tool, but pokertracker isn;t bad it self, just try them out and look which one suits your poker needs. Cool


So is any of these useful to someone who plays in $1 to $5 SnG's? And, if so, what can one expect to pay for "Holdem Manager" or "pokerTracker"? I'm tired of the weekly downward swings and then the next week doing well. I guess I'm wondering if it would help me improve or gain more consistancy!


Well I'd say yeah, they are still pretty useful in the micros, especially if you ended up playing a lot of SNGS with of the few other "regs". The more hands you play, the more accurate depiction the stats will be on a person. Definitely useful in the bubble stages, because you know who's calling loose and who's calling tighter and adjust your ranges accordingly.

Obviously you're going to shove a wider range against someone who's VPIP is 9, and call wider against someone with a high PFR/VPIP.

Early stages however, I'd say huds are not so useful, as until the average stack size is around 5-15BB, players on average are pretty stupid/loose so you really can't predict what they are going to do just based on their stats.

     
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Is there any change BRM gets a promotion for it's members? PT4 has been released today and it could be a good moment to get discounts as a group.

Please!!!!!


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Fer, i really like your idea, i think for future purchase we could definately join and ask for a better deal than usual...

Unfortunately as i said i'm not interested in PT4 since i have a lifetime license of HEM 1 but for future it's a good idea Blink

     
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