DD Tournament Poker
DD Tournament Poker is a good way of practising for multitable tournaments. Written by Jesse McLean
I'd say DD Tournament Poker is the best home tournament software on the market today. It is a lot more serious than some of the other practise software, which is good.
DDTP has a number of options, some good (skip to the end of hands when you fold), some not so good (rabbit hunt the community cards that would have come out after you folded - if you made the right decision, then it doesn't matter what the cards would have been, chaos theory says it wouldn't have been those cards anyway if you had stayed in, well maybe).
Anyway, the interface looks pretty good. It's a top down view, a lot like most online poker rooms. It looks better than many, which is a little depressing. The game can be controlled by keyboard (although since it's more difficult to do that with Internet Poker, I don't use it).
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