New Jersey (PRWEB) June 1, 2006
PokerXFactor.com, a leading online poker training center, today announced the release of the PXF Poker Hand History Analyzer, a powerful tool that allows users to fully animate their poker hand histories into a Flash video and then analyze and improve their play.
A classic problem for online poker players is how to review and study the tournaments and cash games they have played. Online poker sites supply the player with a “hand history”--a simple text file describing what took place during the poker hands--but hand histories can be difficult to read and understand. The PXF Hand History Analyzer turns that text file into an animated movie and automatically gives a full array of statistics to the player. This makes it possible for the player to quickly and easily spot potential problems in their game, and can dramatically improve their poker skills.
Users are also given a unique new statistic called the “Preflop Unadjusted Fortune Factor” (PUFF), which evaluates the strength of their hole cards. No longer do players have to guess whether or not they had quality hands during an online poker tournament or cash game session. The PUFF statistic objectively measures whether the player got a “fair share” of playable hands.
Typically, the PXF Hand History Analyzer is only available to players who subscribe to the PokerXFactor.com Training Center. However, for the entire month of June, players can register for free at the site and upload one hand history into the Analyzer to review.
PokerXFactor.com’s Training Center provides advanced poker instruction and features streaming online videos by two of the top online tournament poker players in the world, Cliff Josephy and Eric Haber, known online as JohnnyBax and Sheets respectively. The videos take you step-by-step through huge No Limit Texas Hold ‘em online poker tournaments, as well as one-table tournaments, as Josephy and Haber narrate their play and review the many critical decisions needed to win. Subscribers can also take interactive poker quizzes and animate their poker hand histories.
For more information, including free videos and samples, go to http://www.pokerxfactor.com.