Tournament Poker Manager Undergoing Beta Testing
A new hand history replayer and poker tracking application has been released into the online poker market called Tournament Poker Manager. This application currently supports the Bovada, Bodog, Merge, and Revolution networks.
This product is somewhat unique in that it markets itself not as a real-time database, but rather as a method for keeping track of your online tournament progress both financially and statistically. At the same time, it boasts a hand history replayer that is clean in layout with complete graphics.
The program, which is currently available for download in its beta version, has several key features including a compact database that enables easy tracking of tournament results without utilizing a large amount of your computer's resources. For example, results that a player receives after each event are automatically saved from the hand histories.
You can input the pertinent information you're looking to analyze in each tournament and there are no fields required in order to save your data. With Tournament Poker Manager, you can export your hand histories and other information to an Excel spreadsheet. Plus, there is a utility to import all hand history summaries directly. The Mass Import utility gathers data from CSV files, which makes loading tournament results from any poker site a simple process.
Tournament Poker Manager boasts several statistical features as well, including a page that will display stats for the last four years of your tournament results. There is a complete Profit Over Time chart that will show a clear visual for how your performance has been monetarily over a specific period of time.
There are also stats for total buy-ins, total winnings, profit, in the money percentage, ROI, average buy-in, average profit, and total number of tournaments. These stats can be ideal for gaining a realistic perspective on how well you're doing in online poker tournaments on the selected networks. The month-by-month profit or loss results will track for up to four years in the past, which is perfect for individuals who previously haven't had a solid record of their recent results.
The hand replayer itself has all of the customary features you would expect from a device that can animate past hand histories, including card icons, chip stacks, and player names. A chart will show color-coded results for each hand. By clicking on a box within the chart, the replayer will automatically jump to that hand.
The replayer includes an option to only animate the hands in which you voluntarily put money into the pot, plus it allows for the export of hands to HTML for website and bulletin board posting. You can choose to hide or show hole cards for you and your opponents while using the replayer, a feature that adds quite a bit of customizable control. Tournament information such as a person's finish position, amount won, and hands per hour are displayed within the replayer as well.
Due to its current beta status, users are encouraged to submit feedback for this application, which is being offered for free at the time of writing. There is an optional donation button for those who wish to contribute to the project, but that is not necessary in order to download Tournament Poker Manager. Check out TournamentPokerManager.com.
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