Table Ninja 2 Gets Plenty of Updates, All PartyPoker Clients Now Supported

Date: 2013-06-12
Author: Dan Cypra

 A variety of updates have been rolled out in recent days to Table Ninja 2. The software was just released and is compatible with major online poker sites like PokerStars, Full Tilt, and PartyPoker. It replaced separate versions of Table Ninja for each site; now, Table Ninja 2 allows you to play on multiple sites with a single client.
Table Ninja 2 supports all PartyPoker clients that are shown on PokerScout. So, whether you're playing on the dot-com, dot-it, or dot-fr versions of PartyPoker, know that Table Ninja 2 will be supported. You'll be able to play much more efficiently; assuming you're a winning player, that means more money in your pocket.
All PokerStars themes are also now supported, including those that come from Tilt Buster. You won't have to worry about your PokerStars theme not being supported, as Table Ninja 2's developers have you covered. All of these updates are live and already rolled out to the TN2 software. Just make sure to download the latest version of TableNinja 2 in order to take advantage of them. If you already have TN2, upgrade to the latest build.
Various fixes were also addressed in recent rollouts of Table Ninja 2, including Sit and Go Sensei resetting the PokerStars buy-in filter and checkboxes within Sensei not operating correctly. There's now a sit and go summary feature within Sensei along with the ability to restore cycle parameters as they were in TN1.
And by the way, if you've never heard of SNG Sensei before, we'll let our review of Table Ninja 2 explain it to you: "You can have Table Ninja register you for a certain type or types of sit and gos based off how many you want to play at once. This feature also can stop registering you once a certain time limit has passed or a certain number of tournaments have been entered."
An issue with PokerStars' all-in button sometimes not being activated even when clicked was fixed, as was a layout problem on Full Tilt. Now, both work seamlessly. Holdem Manager 2 can launch Table Ninja 2 and you can also now automatically retrieve paths to hand history folders, making locating your hand histories a breeze.
If you're not familiar with Table Ninja's pricing, the Standard version runs $10 per month, while the Pro version can be had for $20 per month or $150 per year. The latter represents a savings of $90 and is definitely worth it if you plan on using TN2 for the long haul.
Visit TN2's website for more details.

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