Be a PokerTracker 4 Beta Tester

Date: 2011-12-21
Author: Dan Cypra

If you’ve been in the PokerSoftware forum in recent days, then you know about a unique opportunity to become a beta tester for PokerTracker 4. The PokerTracker 4 Beta Preview, which follows an arduous alpha testing of the popular tracking and analysis software, has five spots in it reserved for readers of PokerSoftware. Needless to say, we encourage any user of PokerTracker to take a look at the program’s fourth incarnation.

A PokerTracker representative posted on the PokerSoftware forum on Tuesday, “Beta Preview registration codes are limited; you must act now to reserve your preview allocation, we only have five seats available because space is limited. If you are not one of the lucky five players, then please be patient - we will be releasing more beta seats after the New Year.” Again, PokerTracker will accept the first five PokerSoftware readers, so click here to sign up.

Beta testing is completely free and there are a few requirements in order to be able to participate. First, you need to be an existing PokerTracker 3 user, which if you’re reading this article, you probably are. The program has changed considerably from Version 3 to Version 4, but PokerTracker representatives want beta testers who are wholly familiar with the existing product, layout, and verbiage.

Second, in order to take part in the PokerTracker 4 Beta Preview, you must have an account at If you don’t have one, know that it’s free and will take you all of two minutes to create. Finally, according to PokerTracker officials, interested testers “must be willing to provide feedback about your experience with the beta to our developers. The beta process is designed to help us root out any remaining bugs.”

Remember, PokerTracker 4 is not yet in its final commercial state, so its developers still need the public’s help in identifying the remaining bugs. As a tradeoff, beta testers can take advantage of all that PokerTracker 4 has to offer in its brand new form.

Beta testing is a one-of-a-kind opportunity and we’re thrilled that PokerTracker officials have come to PokerSoftware looking for five interested players.

When you click over to the PokerTracker beta testing page, you’ll be asked to log into your account in order to receive a PokerTracker 4 testing code. If you lack a account, it’s completely free and requires you to pick a user name and enter your e-mail address, full name, and desired password. Then, you’ll hit the big green “Register” button and away you’ll go.

In a thread in the PokerTracker forums, PokerTracker executive Steven McLoughlin welcomed Beta Preview testers to the fold: “The beta community is vital to the completion of development; you are in some ways representing poker players everywhere by helping to voice their concerns before PokerTracker is released commercially. If you have an idea, experienced a problem, saw a bug, or just want to share how much you like a feature in PT4, please let us know by posting in this forum. We just want to do the right thing for our users, you are helping us accomplish that goal - and for that we thank you.”

The forum about PokerTracker’s Beta Preview is littered with comments about the new version, including posts about its Heads-Up Display, NoteTracker add-on, and issues concerning various compatible poker rooms.

PokerTracker is a proud member of the PokerSoftware Recommended Program and sports a massive ad on the home page of our site. We strongly recommend PokerTracker to all online poker players.

Visit our PokerTracker review to learn more about its existing software suite. We’d also like to thank PokerTracker for allowing members of PokerSoftware to be involved in the beta testing process.

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