The Flop Defense Notes Package for NoteCaddy has been updated and is available for download. The updated notes now support all game sizes from Heads-Up to 6-Max to Full Ring. (The previous version did not support Heads-Up.) Keep in mind, the definition for ‘Reg’ should be very different for Heads-Up players versus Full Ring or 6-Max… so adjust this according to how you see fit if you would like to use the Flop Defense Notes for Heads-Up play.
You will need a new password for the updated Flop Defense Notes.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following in the subject line only,:
and I will email you your personal password (good on up to 2 computers) for the Updated Flop Defense Notes. (Please send from the email from which you purchased the original Flop Defense Notes.)
Stop on over there to check out and download the submissions (free!) or go ahead and enter the contest with your own custom note definitions. And don’t worry, I won’t be entering my 640 Custom Note Definitions (i.e. the Flop Defense Notes).
Finally, here it is. The custom HUD for Poker Tracker 3 known as ‘The Destroyer’ by CrushTheGame.com. This HUD may seem unconventionial at first to some, but it addresses many flaws found in ‘standard’ HUDs and typical opponent modeling practices. Also, this is the first and (as of now) only HUD to feature ‘clickable stats’ – meaning you can click on an individual number and retrieve a pop-up (if one is set) relevant to that number. I’ll walk you through the stats used with ‘The Destroyer.’
CrushTheGame.com is proud to present 640 custom note definitions for NoteCaddy. This package is now called ‘Flop Defense Notes.’
NoteCaddy is an automatic note generator that puts notes on your opponents based on definitions you create. One of NoteCaddy’s biggest strengths is in “noting” postflop hand ranges. With CTG’s Custom Note Definitions, If I want to know what hand range an opponent’s check/raise on a dry flop signifies, I look at my notes and it’s most likely there.
NoteCaddy is a powerful program that requires quite a bit of user input to be as effective as it can be. The handful of pre-loaded note definitions work well for beginners and are able to give you a few “aha!” moments during play, but for those who want to seriously exploit and crush the competition, you’ll want CrushTheGame.com’s Flop Defense Notes. › Continue reading
The new HUD is very near completion; and in fact, it would have been done already except I recently found an awesome new poker toy called: NoteCaddy.
NoteCaddy is an automatic note generator that puts notes on your opponents based on definitions you create. For a guy who likes to program formulas, statistics, definitions etc. NoteCaddy is a dream. I’ve programmed several hundred note definitions and have been testing them out at the tables. NoteCaddy biggest strength is in “noting” postflop hand ranges. If I want to know what hand range an opponent’s check/raise on the flop signifies, I look at my notes and it’s most likely there.
Poker Tracker 3 has the capability to do what NoteCaddy does. But at this time, postflop hand strength stats are buggy for PT3. (Now before HEM users say, “Ha!” let me remind them that HEM has no such capabilities whatsoever.) So NoteCaddy is an easy-to-use add-on to PT3 (and HEM) as well as NoteCaddy. It is efficient and effective. And using my custom definitions, it has allowed me to pull some sick moves at the tables.
Which brings me to this point: NoteCaddy is best used with custom definitions. That means it is a hands-on program that may require you to mess around and input things to get what you want out of it. For example, I’ve spent the time and effort and created 640 Custom Note Definitions to assist in identifying postflop hand ranges. Make these requests in this forum!
Recent Forum Posts
by blood on February 20, 2013 at 2:22 pm
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Data mined hands vs HUD ranges and frequencies
by RegularGuy on January 14, 2013 at 8:37 am
So i have to decide between NoteCaddy and the Destroyer HUD?
by blood on November 12, 2012 at 8:59 pm
How to import the individual stats in PT4
by blood on November 12, 2012 at 8:57 pm
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