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Have you ever wondered what time of the day you play best? Maybe it's when you first wake up. Maybe it's right before you nod off to sleep. Also, do you know what day of the week you see the best returns? Is it early in the week? Or maybe it's on a Sunday while you're watching football. Do you not know at all?
Whatever the case, you can now see exactly where you stand in terms of your most profitable hours of the day and days of the week with PokerTracker 4. In its latest release, 4.05.3, PokerTracker users can now filter their stats by hour of the day and day of the week. There's no more guessing when you're on top of your game. You can let the stats show you at what times you should be concentrating on playing poker and at what times you should be running away from the tables.
Also added to PokerTracker 4, the newest installment of this popular poker tracking and database software, are a new Tournament Description filter and tournament statistics that display summaries grouped by “real” time played. The latter features summary-based stats that include "Real Hours Date Summary," "Real Hours Month Summary," "My Currency Net Won Per Hour Date Summary," and "My Currency Net Won Per Hour Month Summary." Each will help you better evaluate your poker game.
Graphing enhancements have also come to the newest version of PokerTracker 4. As the program's official update log explains, "Improved Global Game Statistics graphs now display tool tips that show the sample shares as well as the existing sample size when you hover over bar charts."
Import support for the Australia West time zone was added in PokerTracker 4.05.3, as was Winning Network support for All-In Equity and All-In Adjusted Winnings for capped tables. PokerTracker 4 will also now detect your Hyper-Turbo games as a default option. These have grown like wildfire in popularity recently and, therefore, it comes as no surprise that PokerTracker developers are putting a premium on their accessibility.
Several fixes were implemented, including the addition of automatic configuration support for PokerStars.ee and a tweak to the GUI that addressed window position issues that occurred after closing and reopening PokerTracker 4 while the software was minimized. For those playing on the iPoker Network's fast-fold tables, user names will properly be displayed if they are more than 16 characters.
In the powerful PokerTracker replayer, a fix was implemented that corrected the wrong stack size being displayed if pre-flop bets were returned and an ante was present. Overall, poker players can rest assured that when they play on any of the world's largest online poker sites, their experience with PokerTracker will be seamless.
If you don't own PokerTracker, you can take the program for a free 30-day test drive. There's no obligation to buy and you can nix your use of PokerTracker at any point. If you get in the mood, the program runs $99.99 for the Full version, $59.99 for the Small-Stakes version, $159.99 for the Hold'em and Omaha Full version, and $99.99 for the Hold'em and Omaha Small-Stakes version.
Visit PokerTracker today to see for yourself.
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