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2010
 

September 30, 2010FlopZoom 1.5 Released
March 31, 2010FlopZoom 1.4 Released
February 20, 2010FlopZoom 1.3 Released
 
FlopTech Engineering Releases FlopZoom 1.5

Kensington, California - September 30, 2010 - FlopTech Engineering has released FlopZoom 1.5, adding a new results pane and more statistics to the powerful and flexible FlopZoom poker tracking and analysis package for Mac. The results pane allows users to track individual wins and losses as well as bankroll trends for their own "hero" online poker accounts as well as those of any opponent they have ever faced. In addition, there are seven new per-street statistics in FlopZoom's real-time statistics pane and graphical HUD (head-up display) that can show statistics in bar graph form as users play on Full Tilt or Poker Stars.

The new statistics are streets seen percentage (how often a player reaches the flop, turn, river, and showdown), open bet percentage (how often a player leads at a pot whether or not it is a continuation bet), and fold to c-bet, 1-bet, 2-bet, 3-bet, and 4+bet percentages (how often a player folded to continuation bets, open bets, 2-, 3-, and 4+ bets).

FlopZoom provides Mac using PokerStars and Full Tilt players with an attractive and easy to use head-up display (HUD), automatic or manual hand playback, stack and pot size graphs for up to four players at once, real-time statistics for up to four players at once, and real-time analysis of players' styles and habits. It allows users to zoom in on the details of a hand, to zoom out to see how a player bet his or her draws over an entire career, or to step through a day, week, month, or year of sessions to see how anyone's style has changed for better or worse.

This version adds the ability to see individual wins and losses over any interval from one hour to a player's entire career. And users can also track their bankroll trends and adjust their bankroll tracking to reflect deposits and withdrawals they have made to their online accounts in either U.S. Dollars or Euros.

FlopZoom combines power and flexibility with the ease of use that Mac users expect. The major features of FlopZoom include:

Head-Up Display (HUD)
Works with multiple PokerStars and Full Tilt tables simultaneously
Displays up to six statistics per player at all tables being played
Optional bar graph or text display of many numerical statistics
Works on FlopZoom's playback pane as you review and replay sessions and hands
Displays statistics for intervals ranging from the last 10 hands to an entire career
Automatically adjusts to table layouts, avatars, seat counts, resizing, and repositioning
Shows hole cards folded but not revealed at showdown of the most recently played hand
Shows Harrington M and BB values as you play or as you review hands in playback
HUD player windows change size as more or fewer statistics are chosen
Easy and intuitive color-coded control panel

Playback
Replay all hands in all sessions with complete hand odds
Manual or automatic adjustable-speed playback with floating DVD-style control panel
Keyboard shortcuts for completely mouse-free playback control
Search for sessions by player name, site, date, tournament type, and other keywords
Search for hands by hole cards, keywords, actions, player names, and situations
Four themes: Felt, Onyx, Graphite, and Leather

Per-session stack and pot graphs
Graph up to four players' chip stacks simultaneously
Graph up to four players' pots won and lost simultaneously
Hero's hole cards and win/loss amounts for selected players are shown for current hand
Click and scrub the cursor to scan through hands for hero hole cards and win/loss amounts
Optional Harrington "M" values and inflection point indication
Optional BB (big blind) stack size indication
Zoom in on 10 hands or zoom out to all hands in a session
Graphs are updated in real time as hands are played

Statistics graphs (all available in HUD)
VPPVoluntarily put chips in pot preflop percentage
PRPPreflop raise percentage
AFAggression Factor: ratio of bets + raises to calls (per-street bars + average indicator)
SSPStreets Seen Percentage: frequency of flop, turn, river, and showdowns seen
C-betsContinuation bets on flop, turn, and river
1-betsOpen bets on flop, turn, and river
2-betsRaises on any street
3-betsRe-raises on any street
4+betsFour or more bets on any street
SDPShowdown reached percentage
SWPShowdown won percentage
UBPUncalled bets: won with uncontested bet (per-street bars + average indicator)
AIPAll-in percentage (per-street bars + average indicator)
FCPFold to C-bet Percentage on flop, turn, river, any street
F1PFold to 1-bet Percentage on flop, turn, river, any street
F2PFold to 2-bet Percentage on flop, turn, river, any street
F3PFold to 3-bet Percentage on flop, turn, river, any street
F4PFold to 4+bet Percentage on flop, turn, river, any street

Analysis graphs
DrawsNumber of times a player hit/missed and won/lost with nine draw types
 Theoretical number of times the player should have hit or missed each draw types
PlaysNumber of times a player made any of 11 different play types
 Ratio of wins to losses for each play type
BluffsNumber of times a player bluffed in 10 different bluffing situations
 Ratio of wins to losses for each bluffing situation
BetsPercentage of stack bet or raised with different hand types
 Ratio of uncalled vs. called vs. folding to reraise shown in 3 colors
 Ratio of wins vs. losses for river bets
CallsPercentage of stack called with different hand types
 Ratio of next street seen vs. folding to raise before next street
HandsNumber of times any hand type was made
 Ratio of wins vs. losses with each hand type
CardsNumber of times a player received any of 11 hole card types or ranges
 Ratio of wins vs. losses with each hole card type or range
 Theoretical number of times hole card type or range should have been dealt

Results and bankroll graphs
Simultaneously graphs up to four players' wins or losses for each session played
Simultaneously graphs up to four player's bankroll trends
Hero accounts can be graphed individually or added together
Intervals from one hour to an entire career may be graphed
Allows hero bankroll adjustments in U.S. Dollars or Euros (with automatic conversion)
Three search fields for finding and graphing results for any hero or opponent
Ten filters for narrowing down results information


Intervals
Analyze one session or all sessions in a day, week, month, year, or an entire career
Intervals can be applied to all seven analysis graph types
Optional calendar or range interval types

Position
Show statistics and analysis for specific seat positions (button, small blind, cutoff, etc.),
or position range (early position, middle position, and late position)

Player count
Graph all statistics and analysis charts for any number of players
or specifically for full table play, short-handed play, or heads-up play

FlopZoom was developed using the Apple Xcode development environment, and it was designed and built by and for Mac OS X users. FlopZoom requires Mac OS X "Tiger" 10.4.4 or later, up to and including "Snow Leopard" 10.6. Intel, G5, and G4 Macs with 1GHz or higher processor speeds are supported, and 1GB or more RAM is strongly recommended in all supported systems.

FlopZoom is priced at USD $45. As a bonus for registered users, the FlopCruncher odds calculator widget (normally priced at USD $9) will automatically be registered for free after FlopZoom is purchased.

FlopZoom gives users a 30 day free trial period, after which users must purchase FlopZoom in order to add more sessions to its database. FlopZoom is available for download directly from FlopTech engineering at www.floptech.com.
 
FlopTech Engineering Releases FlopZoom 1.4

Kensington, California - March 31, 2010 - FlopTech Engineering has released FlopZoom 1.4, adding new features and usability improvements to the powerful and flexible FlopZoom poker tracking and analysis package for Mac. This release adds several new per-street statistics to FlopZoom's real-time statistics pane and graphical HUD (head-up display) that can show statistics in bar graph form as users play on Full Tilt or Poker Stars.

The new statistics are percentages of c-bets (continuation bets on flop, turn, and river), 2-bets, 3-bets, and 4+bets made by all players in all sessions played. In addition, the statistics pane's statistics selection is now menu-driven so up to five statistics can be shown, in any order, for up to four players.

There are several other usability improvements, including auto-playback of all hands in a session with a single click, improved handling of the HUD player data panel as the user changes sessions.

FlopZoom provides Mac using PokerStars and Full Tilt players with an attractive and easy to use head-up display (HUD), automatic or manual hand playback, stack and pot size graphs for up to four players at once, real-time statistics for up to four players at once, and real-time analysis of players' styles and habits. It allows users to zoom in on the details of a hand, to zoom out to see how a player bet his or her draws over an entire career, or to step through a day, week, month, or year of sessions to see how anyone's style has changed for better or worse.

FlopZoom combines power and flexibility with the ease of use that Mac users expect. The major features of FlopZoom include:

Head-Up Display (HUD)
Works with multiple PokerStars and Full Tilt tables simultaneously
Displays up to six statistics per player at all tables being played
Optional bar graph or text display of many numerical statistics
Works on FlopZoom's playback pane as you review and replay sessions and hands
Displays statistics for intervals ranging from the last 10 hands to an entire career
Automatically adjusts to table layouts, avatars, seat counts, resizing, and repositioning
Shows hole cards folded but not revealed at showdown of the most recently played hand
Shows Harrington M and BB values as you play or as you review hands in playback
HUD player windows change size as more or fewer statistics are chosen
Easy and intuitive color-coded control panel

Playback
Replay all hands in all sessions with complete hand odds
Manual or automatic adjustable-speed playback with floating DVD-style control panel
Keyboard shortcuts for completely mouse-free playback control
Search for sessions by player name, site, date, tournament type, and other keywords
Search for hands by hole cards, keywords, actions, player names, and situations
Three themes: "Felt," "Onyx," and "Graphite"

Per-session stack and pot graphs
Graph up to four players' chip stacks simultaneously
Graph up to four players' pots won and lost simultaneously
Hero's hole cards and win/loss amounts for selected players are shown for current hand
Click and scrub the cursor to scan through hands for hero hole cards and win/loss amounts
Optional Harrington "M" values and inflection point indication
Optional BB (big blind) stack size indication
Zoom in on 10 hands or zoom out to all hands in a session
Graphs are updated in real time as hands are played

Statistics graphs (all available in HUD)
VPPVoluntarily put chips in pot preflop percentage
PRPPreflop raise percentage
AFAggression Factor: ratio of bets + raises to calls (per-street bars + average indicator)
C-betsContinuation bets on flop, turn, and river
2-betsRaises on any street
3-betsRe-raises on any street
4+betsFour or more bets on any street
SDPShowdown reached percentage
SWPShowdown won percentage
UBPUncalled bets: won with uncontested bet (per-street bars + average indicator)
AIPAll-in percentage (per-street bars + average indicator)

Analysis graphs
DrawsNumber of times a player hit/missed and won/lost with nine draw types
 Theoretical number of times the player should have hit or missed each draw types
PlaysNumber of times a player made any of 11 different play types
 Ratio of wins to losses for each play type
BluffsNumber of times a player bluffed in 10 different bluffing situations
 Ratio of wins to losses for each bluffing situation
BetsPercentage of stack bet or raised with different hand types
 Ratio of uncalled vs. called vs. folding to reraise shown in 3 colors
 Ratio of wins vs. losses for river bets
CallsPercentage of stack called with different hand types
 Ratio of next street seen vs. folding to raise before next street
HandsNumber of times any hand type was made
 Ratio of wins vs. losses with each hand type
CardsNumber of times a player received any of 11 hole card types or ranges
 Ratio of wins vs. losses with each hole card type or range
 Theoretical number of times hole card type or range should have been dealt

Intervals
Analyze one session or all sessions in a day, week, month, year, or an entire career
Intervals can be applied to all seven analysis graph types
Optional calendar or range interval types

Position
Show statistics and analysis for specific seat positions (button, small blind, cutoff, etc.),
or position range (early position, middle position, and late position)

Player count
Graph all statistics and analysis charts for any number of players
or specifically for full table play, short-handed play, or heads-up play

FlopZoom was developed using the Apple Xcode development environment, and it was designed and built by and for Mac OS X users. FlopZoom requires Mac OS X "Tiger" 10.4.4 or later, up to and including "Snow Leopard" 10.6. Intel, G5, and G4 Macs with 1GHz or higher processor speeds are supported, and 1GB or more RAM is strongly recommended in all supported systems.

FlopZoom is priced at USD $45. As a bonus for registered users, the FlopCruncher odds calculator widget (normally priced at USD $9) will automatically be registered for free after FlopZoom is purchased.

FlopZoom gives users a 30 day free trial period, after which users must purchase FlopZoom in order to add more sessions to its database. FlopZoom is available for download directly from FlopTech engineering at www.floptech.com.
 
FlopTech Engineering Releases FlopZoom 1.3

Kensington, California - February 20, 2010 - FlopTech Engineering has released FlopZoom 1.3, a major update to the powerful and flexible FlopZoom poker tracking and analysis package for Mac. This release features per-street data for several statistics in FlopZoom's real-time statistics pane and adds an industry-leading graphical HUD that can show data in bar graph form.

There are many other new features and improvements including accurate HUD positioning over 8-max Full Tilt tables, and improved AF (Aggression Factor) graphs in the statistics pane. In addition, several usability issues have been resolved. This release requires a database rebuild on first launch, and starts a new 30-day evaluation period for first-time users and for users whose older versions of FlopZoom have expired after their 30-day trial period.

FlopZoom provides Mac using PokerStars and Full Tilt players with an attractive and easy to use head-up display (HUD), automatic or manual hand playback, stack and pot size graphs for up to four players at once, real-time statistics for up to four players at once, and real-time analysis of players' styles and habits. It allows users to zoom in on the details of a hand, to zoom out to see how a player bet his or her draws over an entire career, or to step through a day, week, month, or year of sessions to see how anyone's style has changed for better or worse.

FlopZoom combines power and flexibility with the ease of use that Mac users expect. The major features of FlopZoom include:

Head-Up Display (HUD)
Works with multiple PokerStars and Full Tilt tables simultaneously
Displays up to six statistics per player at all tables being played
Optional bar graph or text display of many numerical statistics
Works on FlopZoom's playback pane as you review and replay sessions and hands
Displays statistics for intervals ranging from the last 10 hands to an entire career
Automatically adjusts to table layouts, avatars, seat counts, resizing, and repositioning
Shows hole cards folded but not revealed at showdown of the most recently played hand
HUD player windows change size as more or fewer statistics are chosen
Easy and intuitive color-coded control panel

Playback
Replay all hands in all sessions with complete hand odds
Manual or automatic adjustable-speed playback with floating DVD-style control panel
Keyboard shortcuts for completely mouse-free playback control
Search for sessions by player name, site, date, tournament type, and other keywords
Search for hands by hole cards, keywords, actions, player names, and situations
Three themes: "Felt," "Onyx," and "Graphite"

Per-session stack and pot graphs
Graph up to four players' chip stacks simultaneously
Graph up to four players' pots won and lost simultaneously
Hero's hole cards and win/loss amounts for selected players are shown for current hand
Click and scrub the cursor to scan through hands for hero hole cards and win/loss amounts
Optional Harrington "M" values and inflection point indication
Optional BB (big blind) stack size indication
Zoom in on 10 hands or zoom out to all hands in a session
Graphs are updated in real time as hands are played

Statistics graphs (all available in HUD)
VPPVoluntarily put chips in pot preflop percentage
PRPPreflop raise percentage
AFAggression Factor: ratio of bets + raises to calls (per-street bars + average indicator)
SDPShowdown reached percentage
SWPShowdown won percentage
UBPUncalled bets: won with uncontested bet (per-street bars + average indicator)
AIPAll-in percentage (per-street bars + average indicator)

Analysis graphs
DrawsNumber of times a player hit/missed and won/lost with nine draw types
 Theoretical number of times the player should have hit or missed each draw types
PlaysNumber of times a player made any of 11 different play types
 Ratio of wins to losses for each play type
BluffsNumber of times a player bluffed in 10 different bluffing situations
 Ratio of wins to losses for each bluffing situation
BetsPercentage of stack bet or raised with different hand types
 Ratio of uncalled vs. called vs. folding to reraise shown in 3 colors
 Ratio of wins vs. losses for river bets
CallsPercentage of stack called with different hand types
 Ratio of next street seen vs. folding to raise before next street
HandsNumber of times any hand type was made
 Ratio of wins vs. losses with each hand type
CardsNumber of times a player received any of 11 hole card types or ranges
 Ratio of wins vs. losses with each hole card type or range
 Theoretical number of times hole card type or range should have been dealt

Intervals
Analyze one session or all sessions in a day, week, month, year, or an entire career
Intervals can be applied to all seven analysis graph types
Optional calendar or range interval types

Position
Show statistics and analysis for specific seat positions (button, small blind, cutoff, etc.),
or position range (early position, middle position, and late position)

Player count
Graph all statistics and analysis charts for any number of players
or specifically for full table play, short-handed play, or heads-up play

FlopZoom was developed using the Apple Xcode development environment, and it was designed and built by and for Mac OS X users. FlopZoom requires Mac OS X "Tiger" 10.4.4 or later, up to and including "Snow Leopard" 10.6. Intel, G5, and G4 Macs with 1GHz or higher processor speeds are supported, and 1GB or more RAM is strongly recommended in all supported systems.

FlopZoom is priced at USD $45. As a bonus for registered users, the FlopCruncher odds calculator widget (normally priced at USD $9) will automatically be registered for free after FlopZoom is purchased.

FlopZoom gives users a 30 day free trial period, after which users must purchase FlopZoom in order to add more sessions to its database. FlopZoom is available for download directly from FlopTech engineering at www.floptech.com.


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