Poker Copilot 4 Coming Soon

Date: 2013-03-18
Author: Jason Glatzer

Those of you playing poker on your Mac are unfortunately well aware that there are limited options for poker software.  One of the bright spots for Mac users is Poker Copilot and it is almost time to get excited, as Poker Copilot 4, a HUD and statistical tracking database for Mac users, will be released in only a few months.

Some poker players whose primary computer is a Mac wind up partitioning their hard drive for Windows via Bootcamp or a similar program in order to take advantage of all of the different programs available for online poker players.  Using Windows as an operating system defeats the purpose of purchasing a Mac, as it was designed to run most efficiently on an OS X platform.

Steve McLeod, the owner and developer of Poker Copilot, developed this software package many years ago due to his frustration of not having an easy-to-use tracking database with a HUD for Mac users, although other database programs have rolled out Mac-compatible versions.

Poker Copilot 3 has been around for a few years and provides Mac users the ability to track their tournaments, sit and gos, and cash games for Texas Hold’em.  It also has an easy-to-use HUD for in-game play.  While the HUD might not have as many statistics as its Windows competitors, it does provide most of the useful stats you would need for decision-making.  Currently, Poker Copilot supports most major online poker networks including PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker, Winamax, PartyPoker, and the Ongame Network.

For those of you who are frustrated with not having your HUD for Rush and Zoom Poker, you will be thrilled that this will be fully supported in the new release of Poker Copilot 4.  Since you can’t rely on game flow during these fast-paced games with new players in each hand, having a HUD letting you know your opponents' tendencies allows you to not play your hand in a vacuum.

Poker Copilot 4 will also be introducing new statistics that customers have been asking for including Donk Bet by Street, Squeeze Bet, Check Raise by Street, and 3Bet by Position.

The new release will also allow you to look at your hands played by the time of day and the day of week, so if you have a fairly large sample size, you can see where you play the best and worst according to day and time.  This can be a great optimizing tool, as if you play the best in the afternoon and the worst at night, you can make sure you are playing when you are at your best and taking breaks when you're typically donating money.

For tournament players, a new histogram chart will be introduced, presenting your tournament finishes by percentile.

One last cool feature we were made aware of is that Poker Copilot 4 will include the ability to take notes and see notes in your HUD.  Although you can also take notes in your poker client, this allows you to look at the relevant stats of your opponents at the same time as seeing any manual notes, thus saving you time on decision-making.

For Mac users considering purchasing Poker Copilot, but wanting to wait until the new version is out, don’t stress.  If you purchase Poker Copilot 3 for $69 before the release of Poker Copilot 4, you will be entitled to the upgrade to the new software for free.  For those not sure if Poker Copilot is right for tHEM, there's a free 30-day trial.

Visit Poker Copilot today.

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