After delivering a highly powerful analysis tools for years, the PokerRanger team recently updated their software to a brand-new iteration, including a large range of features from their users’ wishes.
Back in 2013, a new poker analysis tool hit the market, taking the strategic breakdown of poker hands to a whole new level by providing players with a huge range of features to pick apart spots and ranges.
After almost eight years, the PokerRanger team now released a new iteration of their software, implementing a vast range of new features and tools directly from user feedback to further enhance the breakdown capabilities of one of the most powerful analysis tools out there.
Apart from covering most of the features of other tools like (Power) Equilab, Flopzilla (Pro), Combonator and partly even CardrunnersEV, many additional features have now found their way into PokerRanger 2, providing players with one of the most complete tools out there to dive into range management and expected value analysis. Furthermore, the team is looking to continue improving PokerRanger 2, now even more frequent than in the past, just recently adding a new unique feature most other poker analysis tools don’t offer: a new Dark Mode to help put less strain on your eyes when stuying late at night.
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PokerRanger’s new Dark Mode in action
If you would like to see what PokerRanger 2 has to offer, you can check out the software with a free trial of 21 days, enabling you to test out all the features provided to see how exactly and to what extent they can help to improve your own game. The free trial comes with no strings attached and you’ll have the full functionality of PokerRanger 2 at your disposal for three weeks.
Get your free 21 days trial of PokerRanger 2
Afterwards, if you’re convinced, you can then choose one of three subscription plans that best suits your needs, with two of the longer plans currently being offered with an early bird discount up until February 14, 2021:
1 Month: €8.99
3 Months: €23.97 €15.98
12 Months: €83.88 €69.90
What’s offered in PokerRanger 2?
You can find the full range of features provided in PokerRanger 2 below, with the following video offering a brief introduction to the software by the development team:
Learn more about PokerRanger 2 with their extensive guides
The team is highly dedicated to providing players with as much assistance as possible to understand and utilise all the capabilities of PokerRanger 2. So make sure to check out the official support thread in our forum or the PokerRanger 2 website if you want to dive deeper into the software.
There’s a vast amount of guides available, explaining all the intricacies of the tool and its features and you can also get in touch directly with the PokerRanger 2 development team in our forum at any time if you have any questions.
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Features in PokerRanger 2
Dynamic Range Trees – Subgroup your ranges into arbitrarily many groups that are color-coded, nested, and weighted.
Expected Value Trees – Import hand histories or create trees of actions manually that tell you equities and expected values within a complex setting.
Color-coding and Hovers – PokerRanger2 uses color coding and informative hovers to convey useful information all the time.
Outmost Flexibility – Tired of opening windows to set ranges or the board? With the advanced docking system, you can customize PokerRanger to show all widgets in a single window.
Multiway Equity Evolution – PokerRanger2 evaluates equity on follow-up cards for multiple players at once and displays the results in clear charts side-by-side.
Equity Charts – View the equities of multiple players multi-way in one clear graph and get output per hand to detect capped and uncapped ranges.
Equity Tables and Heat Maps – With color coding in scalable matrices or table views for multiple players PokerRanger illustrates multi-way equities in the most beautiful way.
History of Actions – Whether you change the board, expected value trees, or custom ranges, “undo/redo” are at your disposal, allowing you to jump to any point in the hand history.
Random Board Hits – Evaluate the probability of hitting straights, pairs, or flushdraws on flops, turns, and rivers to fortify your board-reading and hand-reading. Even random boards can be evaluated.
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