Originally Posted by absoluthamm
Looks really interesting, I will download it when I get home from work. Although I have a question, you say "Auto generate hand ranges for your opponent(s) based on how the hand was played". How are you basing this on how the hand was played? Meaning that if the player bets x amount then you assume that he has a good hand or if he check/calls he has a marginal hand? The reason I ask is that there are so many ways that different players play a given spot that it is highly unlikely that this would be even slightly accurate unless you are playing someone who is playing straight ABC or hit to win poker. Other than that it looks really nice from the post, I look forward to testing it.
It's using some fairly advanced poker AI to generate the hand ranges. It's not going to be perfect, but it's pretty accurate in most situations. That being said, even when there may be some hand you want to remove or add to the range (which you can easily do), it gives you a quick headstart on what hands to begin with. And for less advanced users, if they aren't sure what hands someone might have in a given situation, it will provide them a framework of what hands you should be considering.
The software is really good if you want one simple solution for reviewing your sessions, making your own notes on hands that can be generated into reports that you can send to a poker coach or friend.
Also, the equity calculator itself is highly evolved. You can paint in the hand ranges you want to select by just hold right mouse button and dragging your mouse over the grid. You can change the weight of an opponent ranges with pre-set selections by left clicking on a hand. And then there's also pre-defined pre and post flop hand ranges that you can edit and save and add to any hand with just one click.
It's still beta, but very stable. After you check it out if you have any comments, please let us know.