Officially, Poker Copilot requires Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or higher. However Tiger users are still able to use Poker Copilot, albeit with some unusual rendering and with a couple of features missing.
Poker Copilot 2.73 doesn’t seem to be working with Tiger at all. I’m investigating the cause, but for now you can download Poker Copilot 2.72, which does work with Tiger. You can download Poker Copilot 2.72 here.
For now, I’ve made the Poker Copilot home page and downloads page offer 2.72, until I solve this problem.
Update: If you are feeling adventurous, please try this Poker Copilot update which might work with Tiger. If you try it, please post in the comments whether it worked for you.
Should Omaha be included in Poker Copilot or made into a separate product?
If in a separate product, should it cost extra or be included in the Poker Copilot price? If extra, how much?
If included in the existing Poker Copilot, how separate should it be from existing Poker Copilot features, like bank roll, recent hands, etc.
What stats are important for Omaha that are irrelevant for Texas holdem – and vice versa?
Will this be useful to enough people to justify the large amount of time needed to write additional parsers, alter the hand replayer, revise the database structure, upgrade the all-in EV calculator, enhance the hand evaluator, do the additional documentation, and handle user support?
Is it worth the opportunity cost? The time I spend adding Omaha support is time I can’t spend adding other features.
Do I even want to do this, considering that I never play Omaha?
Currently I don’t know the answers to any of these questions.
A long-standing issue in Poker Copilot is that the All-in EV Chart is not very useful for tournaments. Using chips instead of big blinds as the y-axis distorts the chart. Unless you win a tournament, you’ll always incur during the tournament a positive EV diff of about 1500 tournament chips – assuming that each player starts with 1500 chips. If you come second in a 10,000 person tournament, you’ll normally win a lot of money. But your EV diff will still show +1500 tournament chips.
By using big blinds as the y-axis, the numbers are somewhat normalised. I still don’t think the numbers are perfect, but I can’t quite work out why.
For both the freelancer and the poker player goes the same things. They have to be mentally fit every day, and more importantly, every time he sits at the poker table or in front of the computer to get creative. The only way to do this is by getting exercise and taking plenty of time away from the computer to stress of and think of anything else than work/poker.
Winamax Poker Tournament Summaries are now auto-imported. Note that Winamax summaries from tournaments played before Wednesday 14th December, 2010 can’t be imported into Poker Copilot. Poker Copilot will report them as erroneous files. I recommend deleting them.
The player icons are updated.
Full Tilt Poker Rush On Demand tournaments are now HUD-ded.
There’s a new player filter (under the “More” menu on the filter bar). This only is available for ring games.
Ongame speed tables are now supported
Really long tournaments with enormous chip individual tallies no longer “clock” Poker Copilot. For programmers: I used an INT in the database for several fields assuming that no-one would ever have more than 21,474,836 tournament chips. I assumed wrong. Now I use a BIGINT, allowing up to T92,233,720,368,547,758. That should hold things together for a while.
Full Tilt Poker tournament summaries are now once more correctly loaded
There is a known bug in calculating All-in EV for split pots in Winamax that I promised to fix for this update. However I didn’t get it fixed yet, but is high priority.