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Its developers have revered the Acesbook Texas Hold'em Odds Calculator as the "fastest Hold'em odds calculator application for 10 players." This software, which is available for download via the iTunes Store, provides a layout based on the popular poker social network Acesbook.com, the application's partner site. The user-friendly interface is specifically designed for the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod Touch (3rd and 4th generations), and iPad.
The online poker odds calculator has all of the basic features you would expect, with clear, crisp graphics for the community cards and players' hole cards.
The way this product works is that players must enter community cards and/or hole cards within the application and then press the "Calculate" button in order to receive the correct odds for both a win and a tie.
Perhaps the most attractive feature of the Acesbook calculator is that it can be used for up to 10 players, which can be extremely helpful for allowing beginning poker players to experiment with the probabilities that revolve around Texas Hold'em. Many calculators on the market don't have the ability to quickly calculate complete winning percentages for more than two or three players, but that is not the case with the Acesbook calculator.
The way players are able to choose cards to fill the empty slots is also unique. Through a "wheel" graphic display, the four suits are divided up at the center and surrounded by the 13 card values ranging from Ace to Deuce. This is somewhat different from the traditional "drag and drop" functionality that many calculators offer, but works just as effectively and is graphically appealing.
Along with an easy-to-identify "Calculate" button, there is also a "Clear" button that will completely wipe all of the entered cards and allow those who are using this application to remove everything with one click.
Even for veteran online poker players or those who focus on live events, the Acesbook tool has a lot to offer thanks to its lightning-quick speed and accurate data. Knowing where each player sits when it comes to the possibility of showing down a winner is mandatory for correct odds calculations and determining a player's hand strength for key situations.
The calculator can function as a platform for hypothetical situations and a method for reviewing real hand histories. Visiting the iTunes Store, poker players will be able to purchase it for the one-time fee of $0.99. There's also a free version.
Currently, this product is only available for Apple products and is presently in its initial 1.0 version. Released less than a month ago on July 20th, the overall file size is 3.1 MB with language compatibility for both English and Italian.
If you would like to find out more about the calculator and its partner social media platform for poker players, visit Acesbook.com and browse through the site. There is one major drawback for English speaking readers - the website is in Italian - but that is not the case for the calculator itself. Acesbook Hold'em Calculator users are encouraged to leave feedback on the iTunes Store page where reviews can be submitted and any potential update requests can be posted.
There are two packages available for this product: Lite and Full. The Full package gives users an unlimited number of calculations without the hassle of ad banners or alert messages. There is also more space to manage players' hole cards. The Lite version is free.
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