How to Use an Online Poker Site Odds Calculator

In the good old days of poker playing, before online poker sites were available, players had to actually figure out their own odds. In many cases, the better and faster a player could do these types of mental calculations, the more successful with real cash they would be. But in 2018, there are tons of tools to help you be even more successful when playing at real money online poker sites.

One such tool is a poker odds calculator. Poker online sites will often not have odds calculators located directly on their sites. Some of these poker rooms might even see their use during a hand as an unfair advantage (you will have to check their terms and conditions to find out more about their particular attitudes). But, you can indeed find a number of online poker odds calculators all over the internet.

One of the best things about these poker playing tools is that they are usually free. It is simply a bit of computer code, many of them will even give you that code for free and you could put it on your own private website, or use it offline if you have a slight bit of technical skill. A large portion of American online poker players have done just this.

Multiple Game Odds

The more full-featured poker odds calculators will have separate tabs or buttons for each game. Having said that, you will probably also need to accept the fact that you are not going to find one of these tools set up to calculate your odds at one of the lesser known games. The most popular games offered in conjunction with poker odds calculators seem to be Texas Hold’em and Omaha, followed by Omaha Hi Lo, 7-Card Stud, and even Razz. Of course, you could probably also go out and buy some software that is designed specifically for your favorite games.

Normally, such a piece of software (whether paid or free, online or offline) will have a nice graphical display. You will see all 52 of the cards listed, by suit and color. There may even be a dead card pile. Then, the various hands gathered around a card table. You basically, fill out the hands and the odds change with each card. This can be a great way to add to your own knowledge of online poker, odds calculators assisting any already existing skills. Players can even analyze hands after they have played them, working in great combination with other poker online tracking software.