Texas Hold'em Tools
Here are a selection of poker tools and stuff to help you improve your game. These tools are aimed mostly toward no limit Texas Hold'em players.
If you have any problems or questions about these Texas Holdem tools, please let me know. Hope you enjoy them!
These odds charts include odds tables based on the number of outs in a hand in both ratio and percentage form. There are also a few extra odds charts for some of the more common situations you might find yourself in whilst at the Texas Hold'em tables.
A free odds calculator for calculating the odds of winning between two all-in hands. With this calculator you can find out the odds of any two hands winning before the flop, on the flop or on the turn.
If you have a spare 5 minutes, PokerStove is a better downloadable version of an odds calculator. It's perfectly free too.
Find out which stakes/limits you should be playing at in no limit Texas Hold'em according to the size of your bankroll. Just enter the size of your bankroll and the calculator will tell you which limits you should be playing at so that you can safely win money without fear of going broke.
This page aims to provide information on the various types of poker software to help you decide:
- Whether you should use software to help you improve your game.
- Which software is going to be most appropriate for you as a player.
There is a lot of poker software out there for you to choose from, so make sure you are in the know before you spend your money.
Fancy some free and unique tools from ThePokerBank? They are all very simple, but they work well and I'm sure many of you will find them useful.
- SPOC - Simple Pot Odds Calculator.
- Fergulator - Bankroll management tool.
- hoRatio - Ratio and percentage odds converter.
- CHIMP - ICM calculator.
- APE - M and Q calculator.
Poker books are one of the best Texas Hold'em tools for helping you develop a winning Texas Hold'em strategy.
This section provides information on the top poker strategy books currently out there on the market. This page also gives a quick guide to some of the better ebooks and advanced books available for the more experienced players. If you're not a big fan of books, you may find poker DVDs more useful.