New HM2 features in tne beggining of 2014


Holdem Manager 2 developers are constantly improving their advanced software to provide customers with the highest quality. After Christmas Holdem Manager 2 released a new beta build, which includes new features of the program's functionality.

The most important update is the new hand history view, which allows you to analyze hands in a convenient and understandable format. The cards are visible very clearly, as if the whole distribution is in the palm of your hand. Just like in the replayer, you can see the odds of hands preflop, flop and turn, or you can copy and export the desired hand with the click of a button.

If you prefer long tables and love the “run it twice” feature, you'll love that the new Holdem Manager 2 can now see and recognize even these types of hands. Many ring players choose to use this feature to reduce variance when they decide to go All-in.

The new build also adds squeeze size indicators, which are available in the pop-up window and are important data, since without them it will be more difficult to rely on a more or less accurate analysis of opponents. Without this parameter, it will also be difficult to guess if the HUD is helping you figure out if your opponent just wants to steal the blinds or if his hand is actually strong.

Holdem Manager 2 can now also automatically detect your hand history folders for iPoker and Microgaming networks. Although this does not improve your game, it makes it much easier to configure the program for the selected skins.

Holdem Manager prides itself on providing top class service to its customers. On the one hand, it is a constant update and improvement of the software, and on the other, excellent user support in various ways. In addition to the generally accepted ways of contacting support via forums or emails, you can also ask questions on Twitter (@holdemmanager). Holdem Manager 2 representatives are also active on many popular poker sites like PocketFives and TwoPlusTwo.

If you haven't tried Holdem Manager yet, now is the time to do it! You can test the program for 30 days completely free of charge. After that, the software can be purchased for a reasonable price of $ 59.99 for the Small-Stakes version, $ 99.99 for the pro version, and $ 159.99 for the Pro Combo Hold'em + Omaha version. Considering everything this program can do, poker players find it a very profitable purchase.

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