We heard our audience, and we’ve put the best from our customers’ feedback into our next major upgrade of your favourite Hand Tracker!
– New Gametypes – New Statistics – Improved Replayer Aesthetics – New Hand Type Filters – New In-HUD Leak real-time Calculator for you and your opponents – New SharkScope Sync, now with option for “on-demand only” SharkScope searches – New Multi-Database handling – Improved SharkScope data integration – Real-Time Log console – Continued support for ever changing Gaming Operator layouts
Poker Copilot’s HUD and hand tracker now works fully with all-in cash out hands.
PokerStars recently introduced “all-in cash out” on some tables. Here’s how it works:
When an all-in situation occurs in a cash game and players’ hands are revealed (before the river and with no more action pending), we calculate each hand’s probability to win the pot and assign a cash out value to each hand, based on those probabilities.
Players in the all-in pot will be presented with the option to cash out their hand and receive the cash out amount, risk-free. If they decline, they will continue to contest the entire pot (and any side pots in which they are involved) as usual.
Once a player chooses to cash out they will no longer be eligible to contest any portion of the pot, and will receive the offered amount added to their stack immediately.
Players declining the cash out option will still need the best hand at showdown to win the pot, even if all their opponents have cashed out.
So that’s how all-in cash out works. But should you use it?
In my opinion, no. That’s because by definition it is a “minus EV” feature.
The cash out value offered is calculated per the formula below:
Hand value = (pot size – rake) x probability of winning