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    I've got the calculator running.... Thanks AcesOverQueens.

    I might run a page for the free Poker Rewards one as well but like having one contained within my site for stickiness.
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    thanks Doolally, Glad you enjoy it!

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    I'v done ours with poker-eval as a backbone. Workes quite well, you can check it out here: http://www.bonus-money.com/pokertool.php
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    I just put acesoverqueens' calculator on my site. It was very easy to install and works great!

    You can see it here Holdem Odds Calculator
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    Quote Originally Posted by suntou
    How about the calculation?
    Can you specify a little?

    We use poker-eval for ours, the Java one (acesoverqueens) is most likely using a own-made. Poker-eval is the fastest one known, and I'm yet to see that kind of speed in a Java Applet. Not that Java can't handle it, Java is indeed faster then people want it to, but I haven't seen anyone implement a faster algorithm then poker-eval, which is written in C by the way (I saw that someone said C++ erlier in this thread), and the time it takes to write / port it to Java is just something I don't have. Ours uses AJAX (php/javascript/cgi(c)), simply becouse I wanted it simple.
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    The calculation works fine - but it would be nice to know what the second player is holding!

    lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fergie
    The calculation works fine - but it would be nice to know what the second player is holding!

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    Indeed! Would we be trying to advertise our affiliate programs if we did?

    Well, the poker odds calculator isen't made to analyse what your chanses are to win any given hand. You should use it as an analyse tool rather then a "what's the name of the stupid paper clip in m$ office..".
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    Glad you like it Fergie!
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