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thrilaras7
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July 23, 2016 1:32 am  

Hello poker lovers, I would like to ask you your opinion about some poker software i have looked up recently and maybe help me decide which one to buy if needed

First of all, let me make clear that I am not trying to advertise any of these programs.

So, I have been using equilab ( free) for a while now and I really like it and it helps me study

I recently found out that there is an advanced version of that program called power-equilab ( they offer monthly sub but the lifetime licence is 99.95$)

I surfed the web a bit and found a couple of other programs that are like power equilab.

combonator (45$ lifetime) and Flopzila ( 35$ lifetime)

So, I downloaded free trials for each one of them and I think that Power eq and combonator do pretty much the same things

Combonator and flopzila are kind of different since combonator offers more features 

My main question is what is the difference between equilab (free) and flopzila? I can see than flopzila has some extra staff although it cannot add multiple rages at once

 I am not going to compare equilab (free) to the other 2 since I think it is clear the other 2 have more stuff in but I don't know if there is any huge difference between equilab    ( free) and flopzila and if it is worth buying.

If anyone has used some/ all of these programs which one would you suggest to buy (if any) and why.

I am sorry for the long post

Thank in advance 


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Alton - MicroGrinder Poker
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July 25, 2016 5:12 am  

I haven't use all of these software suites. In fact, I've only used the free version of Equilab. So I'm not familiar with their features.

However, I have looked at Flopzilla and what I did notice that it does is offers insight into how different ranges hit different board textures post-flop, so you can better understand how different ranges connect with different board textures.


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thrilaras7
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July 27, 2016 12:26 am  

I see what you are saying and you are right I have seen flopzila in use in many videos, but i think that equilab does the same thing if u add a hand, a range and a board you can see how often a range hit particular combos. So as far as I know and understand, flopzila does the same thing. Whatever the case may be I will probably keep equilab and not pay any extra money 4 now. Thanks for your reply keep up the good work 🙂  


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Alton - MicroGrinder Poker
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July 27, 2016 7:11 am  

I haven't used Power Equilab, but I just took a look at the features and it looks like Flopzilla but more expensive. cool


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thrilaras7
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July 28, 2016 5:16 pm  

Yes I know, power equilab is basically an advanced version of the free equilab. Although it seems nice, it is expensive. What I said in my answer above is that I think that the free version of equilab, pretty much does the same thing that flopzila does and that's why I personally don't see the point of buying flopzila since I have equilab for free. 


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