That's a cool program there. There was one I found at pokertips.org but you have to type in the cards like Ac Ad. Then type the community cards in the same fashion. I'm too lazy for that.
Kenny, I suppose you are talking about those that you open up while you are playing and it will tell you whether to call, raise, or fold, or tell you the odds
of you making your straight or flush? They are useless if you know how to count your outs and you understand the poker hands. If you are on the flop and you have a gutshot straight draw and a flush draw then you have 12 outs or a 48% chance that you will win the hand by the river. If the turn is blank then you have a 24% chance of winning the hand on the river. It's Phil Gordon's rule of 4 and 2. If you are on the flop multiply your outs by 4 and thats the percentage you will win. If you are on the turn then multiply your outs by 2.