Poker Tournament Supervisor 1.3
She uses ASMR videos to help herself fall asleep. Promote cracked software, or other illegal content. I truly felt as if I had been teleport-ed to another The only negative is that it requires Microsoft Excel to run. Free day trial Once downloaded, you've got 20 days to try it.
A lot of tools to customize your tournament screen.
We were able to easily set up buy-ins, payment structure, chip value, and even blinds by operating a simple menu that clearly explained everything. The actual play allowed us to monitor the time limits, each player's bet, the ante, and every conceivable angle of play. The program also announced blinds and player movements with a clear, human-like voice, but was sort of distracting. The gameplay stage of the program wasn't nearly as intuitive as the setup and seemed necessary only for enormous games with high stakes where documentation and oversight were key.
The program provided a nice feature that allowed us to print Dealer Buttons and Poker Hand Values, which could be useful during tournament play. Overall, we felt this program, while functional in every sense, would not be necessary for casual, friendly games. Poker Tournament Supervisor comes with a day trial. We recommend it for serious poker players.
Poker Tournament Supervisor integrates a database allowing you to store thousands of tournament results, player profiles, structures, stats. Switch between nine different displays including tournament timer, players alphabetical seating chart, tables rotating view, payout, player rankings, blind schedule Display timely information through a rotating text banner customizable.
Use one of Poker Tournament Supervisor timer skins or create your own ones using the user-friendly skin designer: Show information you need where you want them, use your own background picture, display chips or not, show your poker room logo, choose fonts, and apply styles: Give your poker timer your! Set your default and final table seats amount, color and table balancing preferences 6 tables balancing mode.
Recreate your poker chips set using PTS exclusive chips designer. Setting up timer skins and multiple tournaments takes abit of time to do. It also takes time and patience to see everything this is capable of doing, but if you have that time and patience it is worth it's weight in gold. My only real complaint is that I can not change the color of the countdown timer.
And the more I experiment with it, the more I find I can do! Whether it is changing every color on the timer skins, adding the league logo, adding and removing things that aren't needed makes this timer well worth having. And the players love it as well! By being able to see the timer on an HD TV and customizing the sounds for every event gives everybody what they want in a timer, whether they are a player or a Tournament Director.
This timer is just as good as, if not better than, any timer you see in a casino. AND if you have any issues with it, Herman Sorais himself will email you back to discuss it and work it out.
Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. Overview Review User Reviews Specs. Whenever you plan to organize home or professional poker tournaments or run a poker league, you'll need a poker timer to bring players all the information they need at the right time. Has the ability to do minimal player tracking and seating. I suppose you wanted to know what I was using Now, instead of guessing at the time remaining or keeping track of blinds and antes, the ProDealer System manages time, amounts, and rounds with complete precision, allowing you to remain undistracted, and focused on your winning strategy.
Want to know what the big blind is? Need to know the small blind amount? Not sure how much time is left in the round? The buttons not only show the time on their displays but also alert players with easy-to-see yet unobtrusive colored lights: This countdown timeframe can be easily configured for each game, or tournament.
The System The system consists of a Dealer Button that can be used solo for single table play or synchronized with one or more Big Blind Buttons and Small Blind Buttons for single-table play. The Dealer Button The Dealer Button controls the action, transmitting information wirelessly to the Blind Buttons, and synchronizing the Blind Buttons to itself and to each other.
It can be operated manually from round to round or manually on selected rounds or set to run automatically, from first card to final bet, with a single push of a button! It can also be paused in any mode with a single click. It is an inexpensive alternative for small tournaments, but still feature rich.
Also, the owner and programmer of the software is very responsive to suggestions or bug reports. The only negative is that it requires Microsoft Excel to run. You are right, he did ask what software. The Prodealer Button is replacing software solution. This way everyone can see what your blinds are and what time is left.
Plus if you are really wanting a software solution that runs on a laptop, we can integrate in to any software solution as well. Although we don't run cash games, we do run numerous tournaments with up to players a night and we use Poker Tournament Supervisor, which is low cost and very functional. There is continuous development being done on the software, but there are one or two glitches you should be aware of before using it to run your own tournament.
The only glitch I have found is the ability to add players once the tournament has started. We have run tournaments of up to players with this software and it is flexible in figuring the payout structure, assigning tables and seats, randomizing, etc. Cheers, Eric Meadows Top 3 Poker www.
Bruno Every player wins at the end of any hand: I am runnung offline tournaments about player. I think Microsoft Access would be your solution then? But now I'm really curious! Why would you not want the tournament software fully inclusive with player management, seating and clock all together? If all you want to do is keep a record of player names, date of registration, amount paid and date paid, etc. Access may be more work than it is worth.
You might be better off with a simple spreadsheet such as Excel. That said, you can also use one of any number of freeware products for either the database or spreadsheet. Personally, I like OpenOffice.
Before anyone can give you a really intelligent answer, we need more information from you. Stuarts question about integration is certainly to the point.
Old thread, but I'll throw my hat in the ring since I didn't see it mentioned above. We are new in Texas Holdem in our casino and for some reason the management bought Drneau software.