The Post Flop Analysis tool gives you the ability to understand the velocity of
your hand once the flop has posted. Knowing whether or not your hand is likely to
get better or worse is an important strategy to master in Texas Holdem. This tool
not only lets you know where you stand, but it also lets you know what cards help
or hinder you against a random/real opponent going into and out of the turn.
How to use it
- Select playher cards by touching either of the two player cards.
- You will be presented with a popup where you can select the cards. For the player
(yourself) you always specify two cards. You can specify an opponent if
you wish but if you do not then the opponent is assumed to have all remaining possible
card combinations (question marks will appear on the opponent cards) and thus the
resulting average of winning/tieing of those remaining hands.
- To specify the flop and turn click on each of them respectively.
- Once you have selected at least a player hand and a flop the tool will automatically
calculate out the results.
Understanding the results
The stats displayed are as follows:
- Win % indicates the likelihood of you winning against a single
opponent. If you did not specify two specific cards for your opponent then a calculation
is made against all possible remaining hands to determine your overall odds of winning
heads up. This approach applies for all of these stats.
- Tie % indicates the likelihood the hand will tie against an
- # Worse Hands tells you how many starting hands have a lower
chance of winning than the player's hand.
- # Better Hands tells you how many starting hands you have a
greater chance of winning than the player's hand.
- # Better Flushes tells you how many remaining hands can draw to
a better flush than you. This may not mean the flush will win just the number of
hands that have a better flush.
- # Straights tells you how many remaining hands can draw to a straight.
In addition to these stats you are given a color-coded "Community Card Heat Map".
This map shows you all available cards and how much they will help you (green) or
hurt you (red) if they come on the turn or river. This is invaluable insight as
it allows you to see the cards you wish to obtain or avoid as the hand progresses.
- You can clear a hand by clicking on the hole cards and then selecting the X in the top right corner.
- You can change the flop, and turn at any time by simply clicking on them.