Originally Posted by psychodad886
Hi i am new is this legal at pokerstars?
I can't think of a reason why it wouldn't be, it's just a tool where you can enter played hands. Seeing as you need to enter your own hand, the opponents hands & optionally (part of) the board before you can see what your odds in that particular situation were.
Originally Posted by drcarloshimg
I dont quite understand why to use this odd calculator, I only know my hand, if I will know the hands of the other players, then I myself will do the call, so what is the use of it, if we need to guess players hands?
It's a handy tool for learning odds and for evaluating your own game/choices, other than that it doesn't really give you an edge during the game itself, you still need to evaluate yourself.. But good for players who are learning the basics or people who want to know exactly how big their odds were in a situation.