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If you are an online poker player from pretty much any part of the world, chances are you've heard of Zoom Poker, which is a fast-paced, action-packed format on PokerStars. In response to enormous demand, the development team at Holdem Manager has released patches for HM1 and HM2 that will ensure your Holdem Manager database will work seamlessly when playing Zoom Poker, regardless of the stakes.
The patch can be downloaded directly from the Holdem Manager forums. There are separate executable files for both the first and second versions of this software, so be sure to download the correct one.
This fix will be especially valuable to HM customers who have been putting in a substantial amount of time at the Zoom Poker tables because Holdem Manager allows you to store all of the hand histories that you see in your own personalized database.
Even if you immediately fold when being in a Zoom Poker hand, Holdem Manager will still store the hand information and log the action that later took place so you are guaranteed not to miss anything.
This means that if you fold, but the hand goes to a showdown, your database will include the entire hand history along with cards that have been shown down even though you were at another table.
Holdem Manager has long been recognized as one of the marquee online poker database programs and is ideal for use in cash games, sit and gos, and multi-table tournaments for players of all skill levels and languages. Tack on the additional services such as NoteCaddy and it is easy for many HM customers to see how this product can vastly improve their bottom line, hourly win rate, and overall competency level.
Many in the online poker industry believe it is only a matter of time before Zoom Poker on PokerStars is implemented for all stakes and for multi-table tournaments. If this happens, HM customers will be especially grateful for the updates, as Zoom Poker tournaments would undoubtedly put an entirely new twist on the traditional MTT play that has taken place on PokerStars since the turn of the century.
Along with a link to the new Zoom Poker patch, there are a number of posts providing feedback in the Holdem Manager forums on how best to address some minor software issues that have cropped up. The great thing about the HM development team is that it is known for timely responses and prompt support. The team is motivated to improve the product and churn out updates at a steady pace.
This ensures you are consistently receiving the most for your software purchase price and have the most updated information at your fingertips. That way, you can make the best decisions possible when playing online poker.
If you would like to find out more about the PokerStars Zoom Poker patch for Holdem Manager 1 and Holdem Manager 2 or would like to try a free trial version of HM2, visit HoldemManager.com. The Small-Stakes version of HM2 can currently be bought for $59.99 and covers stakes of up to $0.25/$0.50 No Limit, $0.50/$1 Limit, and $22 buy-in tournaments.
The Pro version of Holdem Manager 2 includes all stakes and is available for a one-time fee of $89.99. If you would like to buy the Hold'em and Omaha combo pack, you can pay a one-time price of $149.99.
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