Poker Sidekick

1.5

 
License: Free to try
Price:
$19.95
Rated:
Downloads: 4
Op. System: WinME, Windows2000, WinXP, Windows2003
Last updated: 09-17-2005
File size: 5.72 MB
Publisher: Royal Flush Club, Inc.
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Publisher description for Poker Sidekick

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POKER SIDEKICK is the only online Texas Holdem poker odds calculator that teaches you HOW to win at Texas Holdem tournament poker by monitoring your actual online play in real-time and guiding you through how best to play each hand, teaching you how to master the game along the way. Includes play indicator, strength of starting hands, odds calculator, list of potential hands and probabilities, recommendations on how to play actual situations. Free Download. Unlike simple poker odds calculator programs, Poker Sidekick provides: * Most cost-effective: 3 month, 6 month and 1-year subscription service license (regular shareware registration also available) * Unique Hand strength indicator, Betting indicators, and Poker Buddy(tm) Poker Assistant * Poker assistant teaches you advice on WHY you should take each action, so you learn HOW to play winning poker * Learn how to play better Texas Holdem poker, so you learn to win both online and offline * Automatic discovery of players and game configurations (no need to configure each table/player) * Automatic updates whenever a new version is released, downloads and installs for you * Easy to learn and use - no training or complicated statistics needed * Ready-to-go - no configuration required to get started learning and winning. Free Download.

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User reviews

Visitor: joe bloggs
poker sidekick is the biggest load of crap i ever dowloaded and i'd tell everyone not to buy it , it either doe not work at all showing grey boxes where the cards should be or it shows the same pocket cards for every hand
General rate: Positive
Visitor: Raymond
I've tested Sidekick and it's really not a good program. The hand evaluation is just plain wrong. The odds are way off the actual odds, and in most cases insane (odds for getting a full house higher than getting a 2 pair??? I don't think so). The so called tips for teaching pokerplay are way too simple and often send you the wrong way. For instance, is there is a pair on the board and you make a extra low pair with one of your pocket-cards, it always says you have a good cards and should raise. The fact that someone else could have an higher pair with the other two overcards is completely ignored. Some good things: The "intelligence" to detect your cards works well (only tested pokerstars)and automatic. The "group"-recognition works well (which it should as it is the minimal requirement of an poker-odds-calculator). My advise: don't buy it
General rate: Negative