January 30, 2016

Poker Botting Update

Greetings Poker Sharks -- and Happy New Year. Version 7.9.7 of our Holdem Bot has been released which features increased support for the new 888 Poker software, fixing beta testing bugs and adding support for more table types. Meanwhile it still works perfectly on the old 888 client (which you can downgrade to via the link in our user manual). You can download Holdem Bot 7.9.7 with the latest user manual here:

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We’re rolling along wonderfully at BetOnline, America’s Cardroom, and our other currently supported sites. The action is good and our members are logging some nice scores, as you can see by these recent customer comments:

“Using the bot on 6-seat turbo DON's at Sportsbetting.ag and consistently winning 66% of the time”

“Ran the 200 free hands, then bought your software, and it has already paid for itself”

“I just played 2 hours at America's Cardroom on two 50NL tables with the 6pack profile and won $130. Thanks so much for this bot!”


And here is a graph posted by a new member using one of our standard MTT profiles in low buy-in tourneys:


…so don’t discount those $1 MTT’s as a potential gold mine!

We work hard to maintain support at a wide array of poker sites in as many countries as possible. Right now there is good action available for our bot whether you live in the USA, Italy, France, Spain, Russia, other parts of Europe, South America, or seek a tax-free EU site. We’ve got you covered, and will keep working around the clock to make sure your poker bot stays in action at all the best venues.

On a final note for you Omaha fans, our Omaha Bots have been updated to support more iPoker sites (and are still working well on the old 888 software). So if you hold an Omaha Bot license, be sure to update your bots!

That’s it for now. If you need a license there’s a button on the bot for buying one, or feel free to reply to this email for alternative payment options. Have fun at the tables and we’ll see you or your bot at a final table soon.


January 6, 2016

Why play MTT-s with Poker Bot?


The bot doesn't have emotions, never tilts and never gets tired

Playing on a multi table tournament (MTT) is a lot of time, boring and tiring. All amateur/casual players will tired out around you and they will easily give you free pots. Obviously, this skill will provide you with a significant edge within the area. Most of the players regularly eliminated in the early stages of the tournament. However the top MTT pros will cash greater than the average player because they are patient. This is actually the unique character of the tournament poker. You'll have a long-term edge over your competitors, however, you can’t be the winner every single day. And thanks for our poker bot you can be stay calm because you don't have to be worried about the game, which happens frequently if you play a huge amount of poker manually. If you use a poker "robot" you only have to flash a glance to your bankroll at the end of the day!

Some experienced poker bot player, use the bot to play only the first few hours, the early and middle stages of the Tournament, then they step in fresh and take over the control near to the money (late stage).

The bot has good pre-programmed strategy and you can stick with it or develop it!

You can program your own strategy into our Holdem Bot by using existing profiles (recommended) or you can build it up from zero. Tournament players have to have the ability to effectively place bets in the most EV situations, even if the road between lucrative and unprofitable is extremely thin. Determining situations where you have to create a certain play can be very tiresome. Additionally for this, an effective MTT player needs to be willing to gamble. You will need to go all-in with very mediocre hands much more frequently than you need which induces emotions in a person but not for a robot! If you use Holdem Manager or other data collector software, you can tweak and develop your bot profile (script) according to the average player stats.

Engaging in “all in or fold mode” is a necessity for just any winning MTT player. Tournaments are extremely dangerous and can turn almost anybody into a psychological ride, however they might just repay having a multi billion dollar payday.

If you decide to start develop your own profile for MTT-s it is recommend to test it on $1-$2 tournaments at first because you have to face with a tons of bugs in your strategy "bad plays" at the beginning stages of your development which needs to be fixed. And also don't forget if higher the stake higher the difficulty of the opponents.

Now let's look at a private result graph with a paid profile grinding on 1-2$ MTTs with the Poker Bot. The graph doesn't include the rakeback on ipoker network which is available for anyone: