Slice - A Powerful Poker Equity Calculator

    • redcow
      redcow
      Gold
      Dabei seit: 30.08.2006 Beiträge: 2.631
      Hab auf die schnelle noch keinen vorhandenen Thread gefunden deshalb poste ich es mal, auf den ersten Blick recht nicer Equity Calculator, besonders seit das equilab (legal) nicht mehr funktioniert.

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      Cliffs Version:

      1. Slice is a new Equity Calculator for Omaha, Omaha 8 and Hold'em that has a bunch of cool features.
      2. Download from here
      3. ???
      4. Profit.

      TLDR Version:

      I have been working on a downloadable version of the ev++ equity calculator and I have now got a version ready for public testing. This is currently Windows only however if there is enough demand, I will look at purchasing a Mac myself to port it for Apple fans.

      Download from here (main page) or here (direct download).

      This is a totally new equity calculator back end that I wrote to include a number of features that had been requested.

      New features include:

      :: Integration with HEM and PT3 :: You can connect to a HEM or PT3 database and automatically load marked hands (for HEM) or hands with notes on them (PT3).

      :: Folded ranges :: By checking the box next too a players range they will be be excluded from having any pot equity but still have card removal effects taken into account for their range.

      :: Board ranges :: You can now use ranges on the board. For example to get all paired flops you can specify ***{op} in the flop box

      :: Weighted ranges :: A player can now have up to 4 weighted sub-ranges. Subranges are specified by syntax like:

      AA,AK=30 QQ=70

      Which would mean 30% of the time the player had AA or AK and the other 70% of the time they player has QQ.

      :: Sidepots :: By clicking on the sidepot button you can set up side pots and specify which players are eligible for the side pot. You'll get the equity for both the main pot and the side pots in the output.

      :: Aliases :: You can create aliases for different ranges and save them to use them in future calculations. There are a number of the already defined and if you have any you think should be included as a default let me know. Examples of using an alias would be something like #rd which is equivalent to AKQJ,KQJT,QJ9T....5432

      :: Hand strength :: The average hand strength at showdown for a players range is calculated.


      Syntax

      The syntax is very similar to the online version of ev++ http://sliceeq.com/index.php/documentation/ however there has been some changes. In particular the suit filters have been slightly changed. Check out Help Menu->Crib Notes for a list of the card categories and filters.

      There is a Holdem Stove Mode, that should emulate the behaviour of PokerStove for the most part.

      For non-poker stove mode you can now specify ranges in the following way:

      :: 97+ would give you 97,T8,J9,QT,KJ,AQ
      :: 97- would give you 97,86,75,64,53,42
      :: 97-QT would give you 97,T8,J9,QT
      :: 55- would give you 55,44,33,22
      :: JJ+ would give you JJ,QQ,KK,AA
      :: 5c7c-9cJc would give 5c7c, 6c8c, 7c9c, 8cTc, 9cJc


      This also works for single cards:

      :: K"Q-T" would give you KQ,KJ,KT (note this is the same as KT+ does in PokerStove)
      :: K"Q+" would give you KQ,KK,AK



      and for Omaha too:

      :: "97+"** would give you 97**,T8**,J9**,QT**,KJ**,AQ**
      :: "97-"** would give you 97**,86**,75**,64**,53**,42**
      :: "97-QT"** would give you 97**,T8**,J9**,QT**
      :: "QJT9+" would give you QJT9,KQJT,AKQJ
      :: "QJT9-" would give you QJT9,JT98,T987...5432
      :: "QJT9-T987" would give you QJT9,JT98,T987
      :: "9764-" would give you 9764,8653,7542
      :: QJT"9-7" would give you QJT9,QJT8,QJT7


      and so on.

      Documentation

      Full documentation of all the features is on the way (and will be located here: http://www.evplusplus.com/slice/docs/) but the above should help for now.

      Support

      Please keep in mind this is Beta software and there are sure to be bugs. If you experience any locking up or crashing or anything please pm me or email me at sliceeq@gmail.com.

      Please keep me posted on how it works out for you and whatever comments, criticism and feature requests you have :)

      Screen Shots

      Aliases:



      Connected to HEM:



      Graphing:



      Download from here (mainpage) .

      http://sliceeq.com/downloads/setup_slice.exe

      http://sliceeq.com/

      http://www.deucescracked.com/forums/23-Software-and-Tools/184491-Slice-New-Equity-Calculat.
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  • 1 Antwort
    • klausschreiber
      klausschreiber
      Bronze
      Dabei seit: 30.07.2006 Beiträge: 5.773
      Hört sich sehr interessant an, danke für den Tipp. Kann zwar Equilab nicht komplett ersetzen, aber die Integration von HM find ich cool :) .
      Ich bitte dich jedoch, bei Gelegenheit noch den Disclaimer von Pokerstrategy hinzuzufügen ;) .
      Hinweis:
      PokerStrategy.com kann keine Verantwortung für die hier im Thread angebotene Software übernehmen. Wir sind nicht in der Entwicklung eingebunden und können damit für die Fehlerfreiheit und Zuverlässigkeit der angebotenen Software nicht garantieren. Das Benutzen der Software in diesem Thread erfolgt damit auf eure eigene Verantwortung.

      Danke,
      klausschreiber