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On May 25th, PokerTracker released a new Beta version, 3.11.1, which included a number of additions, changes, and fixes to one of the leading tracking programs in the business. The most notable announcement was the addition of the Yatahay Poker Network, which includes popular sites like DoylesRoom, BetCRIS, and True Poker.
Additionally, players from the U.S. who have been relegated to play money tables on PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker, and the CEREUS Network as a result of the events of April 15th have a little bit of good news coming their way. Listening to its customer base, PokerTracker developers instituted play money support for PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker, and the CEREUS Network as part of the newest release.
The good news continued to flow from the update, including support for the Merge Gaming Network for TableTracker, support for the new Java client for the Ongame Network, and an Entraction auto-import for Mac users. The newest updates have already drawn several positive reviews from users on the online poker forums.
On Bodog, the Hand Grabber problems have been resolved, as has the problem where the tournament tables had been defaulting to 10-max. In fact, there is a new Heads-Up Display (HUD) option for nine-max. For the CEREUS Network, the problem of the importer corrupting hand histories has been resolved. On PokerStars, SCOOP summaries as well as the imported user name ‘postser’ that were causing problems have been solved.
The PokerTracker HUD also received a few fixes, including correcting the bug that was attempting to read from databases that don’t exist.
Additionally, the issue with reading Euro titles in Russian Windows has been resolved, as have fixes for the HUD on three different sites.
On Winamax, the problem of the always-on-top option being turned on has been resolved. For the Merge Gaming Network, warning the user of the grid mode while continuing to show the HUD has been fixed and for Bodog, the treat as six-max issue has been resolved.
Three statistics also received fixes, and all are from tournament play. The Hand stat has been resolved from not having an empty summary format and the Tournament EV Expected stat has been formatted using currency. Finally, the Tournament Player stat not using ignore formatting has been fixed as well.
Other fixes have been made, including the HHViewer mark for review problems, the Replayer, which was locking up and/or crashing when there was no dealer, and a potential fix for reported crashes on low-end computers. PokerTracker has also resolved the PokerStars table opening on TableTracker and the Omaha currency issues in graphs and reports.
On June 3rd, PokerTracker released beta version 3.11.2, which provided a half-dozen other fixes, including resolutions to some small issues with Ongame, Everleaf, Winamax, Merge, and Full Tilt Poker. Version 3.11.2 is the most current beta and available for download on PokerTracker’s website.
Read our PokerTracker review and don’t forget that you can get PokerTracker free through PokerSoftware.com.
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