Texas Holdem Hand Calculator
Texas Holdem is the most popular version of poker online, and more than likely offline as well. The World Poker Tour, and the World Series of Poker are highlighted by their No Limit Texas Holdem contests.
We've developed a Texas Holdem hand calculator that will give the exact odds of any chosen poker hand winning or tying at the showdown. You can choose any starting cards, and see how they compare (for example AA vs 2 suited-connectors) preflop. You can then add the flop cards and see how the odds of winning change for each hand.
There is no random hand function in this calculator. It does not tell the future, you need to enter values for your opponents. As a result, this is not a good add-on to an online poker room, and will help little at the tables while you play online.
For that type of information, visit PokerRoom.com, click "poker School" (right hand, dark green nav bar), then "Expected Value Stats" (right side, light green nav bar).
This calculator is free, which is an excellent price. It is also an excellent tool for use with your hand histories to uncover how the odds of winning a hand can change as different cards hit the board.
Many people find themselves using this program often at first, and then coming back to it as their game improves, to help them understand new situations they encounter at the tables.
DOWNLOAD - Texas Holdem Hand Calculator
1. Download and Run "TexasHoldemHandCalc.EXE". There is no registration necessary.
- Windows 98/Me/XP
The file is 540kb. Approximate download time via 56kbps dial-up is 18 seconds.
You can also take advantage of the Rakeback
Calculator available at RakeBrain.com to precisely calculate the exact amount of rakeback that
you would be getting if you were playing online through one of their rakeback programs.
There is another holdem calculator that is available for use, free of charge from CardsChat.com. Their Poker Odds Calculator is also based on Texas Holdem, and allows for odds calculations at any point in the hand, including pre-flop. Although CardsChat is a popular poker forum, there is no need to be a forum member to make use of this free poker tool.