Introducing CoffeeCalcs

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CoffeeCalcs has launched! It is heads up specific software that covers just about everything you need from an advanced poker calculator. To get a glimpse of this very powerful calculator and analysis tool, check out this short overview vid from Coffeeyay:

For more information about CoffeeCalcs, and to see Coffeeyay's detailed full-length walkthrough vids of this amazing program, check out this content page.

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Congrats

Well done Coffee...the merging of Icmizer and flopzilla is here ;)

Any differences i need to be alerted to?

thx

 

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Coffeeyay can answer more

Coffeeyay can answer more definitively, but CoffeeCalcs has things like an equity distribution chart and range versus range mode that can be switched to hand versus range mode, a strategy planner where you can build ranges, analyze the frequencies of those ranges and move them around in the program (as well as saving any setup at any time to reference later). I believe the strategy planner is unrivaled, as far as comparing unique function to anything else on the market.

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I was waiting very anxious for the release of this program. A very good and complex program with all the features that you need to build or analyze poker strategies , both, preflop and postflop. Use it and you will not regret!!!! Good job!

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I was one of the testers for

I was one of the testers for this program, it's very good imo. I didn't use the preflop shove math since CREV works well for that for me so i can't speak to how useful it is,but the other 2 functions - the postflop equity calculator and the preflop range builder - are both great.

The postflop equity calculator is basically like a better flopzilla.

The preflop range builder is very useful and afaik there's nothing else like it on the market. You can input how you plan on playing e.g. vs a reg at 20bb IP and it will break down what % you minraise-fold, limp-shove, limp-fold, etc. so you can see what your play looks like to an opponent playing you.

Also you can take sections from the preflop range builder (e.g. your minraise range) and copy them over to the postflop equity calculator to see how your range does on various flops.

All in all just a really useful, well-built study tool.

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Does it still work off line?

Does it still work off line?

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Yes.

Yes.

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I also tested the program. It

I also tested the program.

It is a combination of Icmizer, Flopzilla, and EDVis put all together.  On top of all this it has the range builder feature too.

I would consider this program a must for anyone serious about improving their game.

 

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Is it only for windows 7 ?

Is it only for windows 7 ?

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It works for Windows XP too,

It works for Windows XP too, but you have to install .NET framework 4 (it's not included by default for xp) http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17851

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I would have expected more

I would have expected more interest in this product.

Perhaps the problem is that people have flopzilla etc and have found that these products do not actually improve their results in any meaningful way.

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The interest has been pretty

The interest has been pretty solid so far, I'm not sure why you thought otherwise.

I do believe many players have found that things like Flopzilla, ICMIZER and Will Tipton's latest video pack (the program builder) are very helpful for gaining an understanding as to what they are doing and why in the greater scheme of things, rather than looking at short term results.

The common theme of these programs is that they don't just consider one result, they consider the "entire game" or "entire range" of it all. This can be very helpful. What is correct vs the "hands you saw in one game" compared to "all the hands this player likely does that with" is often a far different thing.

You do hit on a good point though. I've seen players over the years that might spend 20 hours a week studying poker and only playing 5 hours a week. They get obsessed with the learning and studying and equations and situations, but don't really care for the actual gameplay. That can be a big problem, and obviously for those players, buying any software (aside from education or entertainment value) is not going to be a good buy.

The interest level has been pretty good though, comments often reflect questions and clarifications of a tool or video pack, especially for the first wave of buyers (I personally wouldn't give a 24 hour review to something that I would likely spend a few days or a week getting used to, like an advanced HUD or advanced poker software program).

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And Windows 8 i would assume?

And Windows 8 i would assume? :)

 

oops: was meant as a reply to the windows 7 and win xp comments!

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Yes, sorry. Just doesn't work

Yes, sorry. Just doesn't work for older versions than XP I believe.

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Never really used those

Never really used those softs, but please can someone be kind enough to explain me 2 things (maybe very obvious for you guys);

1. In very simple terms, how makes those softs so useful to improve your game ?

2. What could be a very efficient way to use it ?

 

(again sorry if all this sound very obvious and stupid for you..)

 

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Hey liv, did you watch the

Hey liv, did you watch the videos on the order page? They go into a lot of detail. There is also an overview video. It should explain it a lot better than I can, they took awhile to properly make.

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Sorry i was bery busy...So

Sorry i was bery busy...

So yes i watched the video and easily understand it is very usefull to build a range Vs a particular opponent but still i got the feeling i miss something about the interest of this kind of soft lol.... dont know how to explain that but its like i dont know how are we supposed to work/improve with it ?.....

 

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Does it work for Mac?  

Does it work for Mac?

 

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With virtual machine.

With virtual machine.

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Cool Coffee Calcs

That a nice poker program !! wanna challenge with this program with my inmates  laugh