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PSxP 2 free pokerstars HUD and Tracker released

Posted September 14, 2013 By martin


download PSxP2T with Tourney Tracker and seat HUDs

(you must be saving Pokerstars Hand History  and Tourney Summary files for this to work)

(playchip friendly, free of spam, free to everyone)


folds to bet % preflop, flop, turn, river

the 4 green and orange bars
the top bar is preflop, next is flop, next is turn, and the bottom green and black bar is river.
these controls start “borderless” and have a border around them when the first bet is called by them or folded to by them.
the green represents “folds to a bet” when a bet is made by someone and that player folds to that bet
the orange represents “calls a bet” when a bet is made by someone and that player calls that bet.
green is (folds to bet / (calls bet + folds to bet))

preflop aggression

the black and orange vertical bar on the left
the red bar represents the percentage of preflop raises (PFR) in the hands he was involved in (vp$ip)
so if a player has a vp$ip of 20 and a PFR of 10, the orange bar will be half way (50% preflop aggression)
orange is (pfr / vp$ip)

preflop raise (PFR)

the silver number just right of the preflop aggression bar
this number is the percentage of total hands dealt that the player raised preflop
if the player opened his 2 hole cards with a bet or raise then the hand is counted, otherwise it is not
((preflop bets + preflop raises) / total hands dealt) * 100

voluntarily put money in pot (vp$ip)

the yellow number just right of the preflop aggression bar
this number is the percentage of total hands dealt that the player made the descision to put chips in the pot
includes calling the limp or raise while in the small blind
does not include checking while in the big blind
((preflop calls + preflop bets) / total hands dealt) * 100

move all huds

the top left box
drag the form by this box and all forms will move
you can save all the positions to start up next time, as they are now, on the settings page

players name and move all HUDS

the white top center label
the player’s name that the HUD’s stats represent
the data is collected after the hand, so if a player changes seats, it will show up in the following hand
drag here to  move this HUD only

winning percent

the light blue number below the players name
the percentage of pots the player wins vs loses
includes uncalled wins
(wins + uncalled wins) / (wins + uncalled wins + losses) * 100

 hand count

the gray, top right number
the amount of collected hands that the data on that HUD represents
could be the players entire history or just the current session, whichever is loaded

 playing style

the white abbreviated styles below the hand count
breaks the players style down to 1 of 49 different styles of torque (loose to tight) and aggression (passive to aggressive)

sLsuper loosevp$ip of 61 or more
vLvery loosevp$ip of 51 to 60
Lloosevp$ip of 41 to 50
avaveragevp$ip of 31 to 40
Ttightvp$ip of 21 to 30
vTvery tightvp$ip of 11 to 20
sTsuper tightvp$ip of 10 or less


sPsuper passivePFR of 10 or less
vPvery passivePFR of 11 to 20
PpassivePFR of 21 to 30
avaveragePFR of 31 to 40
AaggressivePFR of 41 to 50
vAvery aggressivePFR of 51 to 60
sAsuper aggressivePFR 61 or greater

 sees Flop, Turn, River

the dark gray, light gray, and white bar on the right
the white bar represents ALL flops, it will fill if the player has seen 1 or 350 flops, it is the entire length always
the control is there to see how often his flops see turns and rivers
the light gray is the percentage of flops that the player is still in on the turn
the dark gray bar is the percentage of flops that the player is still in on the river
these bars are overlapped (the river covers turn, the turn covers flop) and they all start at the left of the control
so if a player saw 3 flops, 2 of them went to the turn, and 1 of them went to river, it would be look like it is split into thirds.,

 aggression factor

red and aqua bar on the right
total bets vs total calls

wins and losses

blue and yellow bar on the bottom right
dark blue = showdown wins
light blue = uncalled wins
yellow = showdown losses


choice of 1 of 3 different views per seat (H, N, S buttons on right)



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Free Pokerstars HUD and Tracker released today

Posted August 25, 2013 By martin

This application will truly give you an upper hand in your games at Pokerstars.

Free of Malware,  Free of Spam,  Free to everyone.

Download beta version 082513

September 3 2013 – PokerStars Approves PSxPoker as an acceptable Program and will add it to their site next month!

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Displaying PSxP’s borderless forms

Posted August 19, 2013 By martin

If you cannot see all of the controls on the windows in PSxP
(they over run the edges of the form or “look squished”)
It is because you have a windows setting on that magnifies the text on your screen 125%

in order to use PSxP’s space saving, borderless forms, you MUST set display to the “default” 100% here…


Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Display

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poker seat positions details

Posted August 19, 2013 By martin

poker position rocks



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the tourney tracker area in PSxP2 is looking better every day
free of spam, free to everyone, it will be added this week







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PSxP main panels

Posted July 20, 2013 By martin

The current PSxPoker project is a free Program to get all the players’ habbits at your table. Get a very fast read on any player and view it on a simple, small display. and C# Poker HUD Sourcecode available on this site.

Download PSxP latest version

Download PSxP2 latest version

View instructions for use


pref2 main streets


odds cards chatbo2x

PSxP will list the current players at your PokerStars™ table, Record and Display the following…


  • each hand they have played and how many times they played it
  • how they bet that hand and whether it won or lost
  • bets and raises, allins, folds, folded to bets and calls in every position preflop
  • bets, Cbets, folds, calls, raises, on flop, turn and river
  • Percentage Player is involved in a hand (loose / tight)
  • Percentage Player sees flop, turn and river
  • percentage of wins, uncalled wins, losses
  • percentage of allin wins, uncalled wins, losses
  • ratio of bets vs calls (passive / agressive)
  • generates text based report on a player with 1 click
  • compiles every hand seen by every player and displays it’s wins/losses/odds on listview and quickclick app (dockable).
  • has live chat room with your own chat server for YOUR teams privacy
  • chat includes built in bot to manage chat environment
  • chat is richtext with emotiacons, messages, instant message, seen, kick, etc.
  • has small button panel with 12 user defined buttons that sends multiline text to your clubs chat table (dockable)
  • enables paste text in table chat (chat tools were made for club use, please dont spam the tables)
  • all of the panels drop down from the small app with a single click
  • the colored ratios make it very easy to learn and recognize
  • choose current session or add players entire history
  • built to T.O.S. rules at the time of this writing (must be sat in to data mine that table, cannot make suggestions on play, etc.)
  • Poker HUD source code VB.NET and C# and help at this site, just look around or ask in a post reply or comment.


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PSxP chat server will be released next week

Posted July 19, 2013 By martin



The chat server allows communication between multiple PSxP apps. This server is intended for morale,  support, and to discuss both good and bad decisions AFTER they are made. THIS IS  NOT FOR COLLUSION. The person who runs the server  will distribute their address to the persons of his/her choice and only those persons can connect to the conference. The chat server has an installed bot to manage the conference environment on the rich text chat panels on PSxP. Many text-based commends include KICK, SEEN, MSG, READ, WEATHER, PRIVATEMSG,  etc.

VB.NET ip chat and socket Source code help on request.

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It would be difficult to imagine a more tilting hearing for poker players to watch than the one Wednesday in the Senate Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, and Insurance.

Internet gambling was compared to pornography, discussed as a hotbed of money laundering by criminal organizations and terrorists, and said to be an avenue for human and drug trafficking.

“I think there was some crazy fear mongering at the hearing that really had no basis that we’ve seen,” said Rich Muny, vice president of player relations for the Poker Players Alliance. “I hope that every poker player has a chance to listen to this because many people think this should be easy. This is a real fight and we need to do our part to advocate for the right to play.”

The archived webcast of the hearing, titled “The Expansion of Internet Gambling: Assessing Consumer Protection Concerns,” and written testimony from witnesses can be viewed here. None of the four witnesses were particularly in favor of online poker regulation.

The Senators themselves seemed more uniformed than at any hearing on the issue since the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act passed in 2006. That’s not surprising given that most movement on the issue has taken place in the House of Representatives. Even though Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has floated a proposal two of the past three years that would have legalized online poker, no such bill has officially been introduced in the Senate during that time. Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.), who worked with Reid on last year’s proposal, is ranking member of the subcommittee.

In a roundabout way, there were some good developments from the hearing. The committee members seemed to uniformly agree that the current system isn’t working and that the federal government needs to step in to ensure consumer protection.

“One of the positives of the hearing is that it was clear everything they’re concerned about would be addressed best with a good regime of licensing and regulation,” Muny said. “Prohibition really wouldn’t address any of them. We’d be in the same place as today, except maybe the DOJ would have some more tools.”

Most of the Senators and witnesses seemed to be considering regulation and prohibition as options. The only person to speak against prohibition was witness Jack Blum, an attorney specializing in money laundering compliance, who said, “I do not believe prohibiting Internet gambling will work. The horse has left the barn. The Internet is too open to control and, in any event, controls will not work across state and national borders.”

Sen. Heller did make the case for online poker being separated from other forms of gambling.

“I also believe that Congress should examine the merits of providing a path forward for limited federally regulated online poker,” Heller said. “Poker, a game of skill not a game of chance, is different than other house-banked games such as blackjack or roulette. I believe that, if given the opportunity, appropriate consumer protection standards could be put in place to protect American consumers while still providing for play of this nationally recognized peer-to-peer game.”

At least the Senators are now thinking that unregulated online gambling is a problem they need to address. Getting more Senators interested in taking action on the issue is the biggest key at this point, trusting that Senate Majority Leader Reid should be able to mold that interest in a way that allows regulated online poker for the casinos in his home state of Nevada.

“I can’t see how the Senate would be able to push something past Sen. Reid that would ban online poker outright,” Muny said. “I think we’re in an interesting position where we’re gearing up the Senate, not in the way I would do it but in a way they know that the status quo is not acceptable and something needs to be done.”

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The Expansion of Internet Gambling in the US

Posted July 15, 2013 By martin
Senate Subcommittee to Hold Hearing on Legalized Internet Gambling


A Senate Subcommittee has scheduled a hearing for this coming Wednesday pertaining to the legalization of Internet gambling in the USA.

The Expansion of Internet Gambling: Assessing Consumer Protection Concerns Jul 17 2013 10:00 AM ET Russell Senate Office Building – 253 –

There will be live streaming of this hearing on the Net.

This news follows the announcement that Texas Congressman Joe Barton, a Republican, has introduced his own bill to legalize online gambling at the federal level.

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AAAA stud hand, first four cards dealt

Posted July 13, 2013 By martin



Great hand TB!!! [Ac] [Ah] [Ad] [As] [Kh]

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H.R.2666 – Internet Poker Freedom Act of 2013

Posted July 13, 2013 By martin

If passed, the Internet Poker Freedom Act will require all Internet poker facilities to go through a licensing process in order to be deemed legal operations.  In order to become licensed, an applicant must demonstrate that it maintains appropriate safeguards and mechanisms, including the ability restrict (to a reasonable degree of certainty) that participants are 21-years of age or older, physically located in a jurisdiction that has not prohibited such poker bets at the time they are placed, protected from having their personal information disclosed or disseminated and offered games that are fair and honest, which prevent cheating and the use of cheating devices (including software programs known as “bots”).  Failure to become licensed could result in the individuals associated with such facilities to be fined and/or receive up to five years in prison.  Licenses issued will be valid for five years upon receipt.


view entire Internet Poker Freedom Act of 2013 bill here

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