46Clubs's Review of PokercruncherReviewed on 7/16/18 8:19 PM
There is a learning curve to effectively use the app, but well worth the time and effort. The ability to play out past hands and the various scenarios, then save them is definitely helpful. As longtime cash game only player with a positive lifetime win rate, I never relied on technology, solvers and crunchers. This app opened my eyes to various mistakes I’ve made in the past and guided future decisions. This past weekend it added confidence to my game when heads up in an over blown pot that I took down.
MWH 7734's Review of PokercruncherReviewed on 4/23/18 1:48 PM
Real quality work. I love these apps. It’s going to help my poker game.
Another Idiot's Review of PokercruncherReviewed on 12/17/18 1:15 PM
Very pleased !!! Guys we need ICM with options of Hero-short stack and Hero-chip leader . Just normal ICM with out gay easy modes.Please make it!!!
Aceten's Review of PokercruncherReviewed on 12/17/18 1:15 PM
The strongest feature of the program is that it lets you calculate the odds against random hands. The program uses a Monte Carlo simulation that generates tens of thousands of random hands to converge on accurate odds and stats within seconds. The only weakness is that the results are given in percentages only instead having the option of seeing them displayed as odds such as 4:1.
liljoe81's Review of PokercruncherReviewed on 12/17/18 1:15 PM
Does anybody else get this result too? I set a game up with just two players, player one with Aceheart and Acediamond, player two with the king and queen of spades. I gave the community the ten-jack-ace of spades, completing player two's royal flush, and also gave the community the ace of clubs plus a seven or something, completing player one's 4 of a kind. With all cards down, this app gave player one the 100% equity. Does this app really believe a 4ace hand beats a royal flush??? If that's the case, can we really trust any of the other odds in this app? I tried other things, like holding back the river card, and setting up a small pair vs. a royal flush draw, and it would still give the small pair 100% equity. Does this app even know what a straight flush is???
Flyer Tuck's Review of PokercruncherReviewed on 12/17/18 1:15 PM
But I would feel better about it if it gave the same answer, oh say, twice in a row.
BluePoker's Review of PokercruncherReviewed on 12/17/18 1:15 PM
I simply love this app! It's like poker stove for your iPhone. I don't know of any other iPhone app that handles hand ranges.
Xill's Review of PokercruncherReviewed on 12/17/18 1:15 PM
Compared the calculations with WSOP odds on tv and they were dead on. Also, there are so many options for answering any scenario you can possibly think of. Best poker odds app I've seen by far. Worth every penny.
Dustin Pearson's Review of PokercruncherReviewed on 12/16/18 1:08 PM
I don't know what the 1 star reviews could be about - other than sheer ignorance and laziness. This app has far more functionality than most people will grasp at first. While this should be seen as a wonderful thing, there will be those who don't read the manual and then complain. The updates have been steady and substantial. Excellent developer and excellent tool. A
k9_scruz's Review of PokercruncherReviewed on 12/16/18 1:08 PM
From it's inception to the time of this post, the developers have done an outstanding job to keep the updates coming, and the features improving. It's now easier to input ranges with the 'slider' - you can now pick 'suits' for combination analysis, you can save and load hand ranges (making your own library of ranges if you will) - you can do card removal, deal to flop or turn... I mean come on! The earlier ratings mention math errors, difficulty to input ranges, etc., and all of these issues have been 'cured' (actually quite awhile ago now). Meanwhile there is no other software on the market, iPhone, or PC, that approaches the power and utility of this software. I have spent enough bucks on a variety of poker tools, including PT3 (which I do love, although today I'd probably get Holdem Manager) - and post analysis tools such as SitNgo Wizard (also love!) - but for the buck, there is no better value than Poker Cruncher for the serious player. I mean really - there is nothing even close. I did not want to write this review before, because I really am a little adverse to arming potential advisaries at the table. Now I realize that all things being equal (which thankfully they never are), only the serious players acquire tools like these, and the chances are we (serious players) are trying to avoid each other at the tables - and look for the fish that thankfully do not invest in great tools like these. Poker Cruncher deserves a lot of credit for making such a great tool and making it so affordable. I don't know what they can do for the next update, maybe offer printing to a WiFi printer directly - or sharing data via bluetooth to a laptop computer? Whatever they do for the future is fine, but I'm a happy customer today!