Submit a new link. It dosnt work on but pokerstars is fine. It flatly refused to work. The options include pre flop, flop, turn, and river statistics but also have varieties for in and out of position, blinds, button plays etc. I installed today the free version is Beautifully made. And also because we wanted to make the customization both beautiful and simple no trivial task.

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January 16th, , You can get free trial. If your playing micro stakes. January 16th, , 2: I never used HUD. I do not understand why people are attached to them. January 16th, , 5: What would make me switch to this from poker tracker 4. Honestly are there any advantages? January 17th, , Imo, PT4 is a fine software, the only problem i have of it is that it does not run in betonline and ignition.

This the one of the reason why i transferred to using DriveHUD. January 22nd, , 7: Very nice layout but as already said limited to acr and stars so worthless if you play elsewhere and want to build full stats for room on room.

January 22nd, , 9: There isn't free trials with jivaro anymore its go premium or go home. They are good because they can tell u someones style of play at a glance and they store all the info so wen usit at a table with some1 uplayex hands with 2 weeks ago it will say underneath them along with there stats for each particular street.

January 24th, , 9: Well yes micro stakes ,wana start of with NL10 on pokerstars.. Originally Posted by Valentin January 30th, , 1: January 30th, , 8: Seen good had apparently,if you write about it.

January 30th, , At least i know that PT4 is like Linux , you can upgrading, programming it and design it as you like, all depends on your skills And it works almost everywhere. I don't need a change. March 2nd, , 1: Why is that important? For one very simple reason, it's more reliable than calculating stats using only the hand history. You can trust Jivaro to display proper stack size no matter if it's your first hand at the table or if you're in the middle of a hand in a tournament.

Another component of the Jivaro software is "The Strip," which shows up on the right side of your desktop as soon as you start the software you can resize or minimize it. The Strip provides you with your overall stats, your recent hand history, and the ability to share it with just one click.

You can also use the strip to quickly submit any errors that you might encounter while using Jivaro, but given the software reliability most players probably won't find this necessary. As for the premium version of Jivaro, you can switch seamlessly between the free and the premium version of statistics by clicking a button located near the top of the strip.

If you decide to go with premium — which only makes sense since you're paying for it — an additional info panel is always visible and it shows you more stats like three-bet, steal and fold- to-steal. Those stats will change based on the position you're opponent is sitting in there's no point in showing fold to steal stat of the player sitting currently on the button and the street you're currently at preflop stats will disappear once you see the flop and you'll gain access to adequate postflop stats.

The last thing you're getting with the premium version is the Jivaro command center, but we'll go back to that feature later in this review.

To try Jivaro for yourself, simply click here. Poker is a very individualistic activity and it can get lonely at times. While some players like it that way, others might enjoy the social features that Jivaro provides. You can follow and be followed by friends, share hands and post comments on your timeline.

It's like a social network, but without the pictures of cats and toddlers. If you have a group of poker playing friends and you always wanted a social media experience that's about poker, then Jivaro can provide that for you. If you have a study group and are looking for a tool that can streamline workflow, Jivaro can also be that. You can share your hands with just one click and discuss them with group members.

You can use your timeline to arrange a group session. It can be way less intrusive and more efficient than spending countless hours in a Skype chat. As for the aforementioned Jivaro command center, it's a premium feature that makes the life of a tournament player much simpler. In our opinion this feature alone is worth the price of admission. With the command center you won't have to open a tournament lobby ever again except when you're registering of course.

You'll never miss a bubble, you won't have to juggle additional windows just to check the average stack or the number of players remaining. No matter if you're a serious grinder or you just like playing tournaments, Jivaro command center will make your life a lot easier. Is command center useless for cash players? Not at all, it will provide you with some additional information like your winnings, average VPIP, average aggression and players per flop. Those stats can help you decide if you want to continue playing on a particular table.

Is Jivaro for me? Jivaro requires virtually no setup and it won't overwhelm you with a wall of numbers. Color coding and visual representation of statistics will help you understand them faster and it will quickly become second nature to you. You can try Jivaro out without risking anything, and if you decide you like it, the premium version won't overwhelm you with a wall of numbers either. It will show you only what you need to see using the same layout that you already familiarized yourself with using the basic version of the HUD.

As often happens, you pay for the elegance, ease of use, and reliability with the lack of customization options. You can't add more stats, you can't swap the existing ones. While you can view your hand history and use replayer to review your session, you can't really use any advanced filters or anything like that. If you're an experienced player with a very specific workflow, well Jivaro can't emulate that for you.

I'm one of those advanced players with very specific workflow and I already own different software, should I completely disregard Jivaro? We suggest giving it a try anyway. While you can't replicate what you're already using, you may fall in love with a slick, elegant HUD Jivaro offers and actually combine it with your current software.

As far as our testing went, there are no conflicts between Jivaro and other popular programs — even if you're playing Zoom Poker — so you can get the best of both worlds and use the stats provided by Jivaro along with the specific ones you can't live without. It's not like Jivaro is all about the looks either. Developers of the software decided on the very specific set of stats after extensive conversations with a group of top pro players.

Lastly, Jivaro is constantly updated so your favorite stat or functionality might show up in one of the future releases. Jivaro is slick, elegant, and reliable.

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