EZAnalyzer is the first all-in-one hand analysis solution, including tracker integration, range assignment per action and much more.
Analyzing hands is the fastest way to improve your poker game, and EZAnalyzer makes this easy by taking you step-by-step through a structured process. With each hand you analyze your skill will improve, maximizing your expected profits.
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Analyzing your hand history made easy
- Find a hand in you favorite poker tracking software*.
- Import the hand into EZAnalyzer with one click.
- View the hand details and replay the hand.
- Assign ranges to actions.
- Add notes, so you can explain your ranging.
- Save the analysis so you can refine it later.
- Finally, export the analysis summary to HTML.
What is EZAnalyzer
EZAnalyzer is a new kind of Poker study software, made specifically for conducting more effective session reviews. To that end, it gives you the perfect level of detail, going beyond a simple equity calculator, yet keeps things simple without getting into complicated GTO concepts. Finally, an intuitive tool that actually structures and streamlines your hand reviews.
Moreover, EZAnalyzer provides you with helpful automations and calculations just as they are needed, for instance:
- Auto assignment of ranges to preflop actions according to your rules, thus saving you time.
- Auto assignment of ranges to postflop defense actions. Simply narrow ranges either by pot-odds or using balanced unexploitable frequencies. That is to say, you can adjust the minimum equity to defend, or alternatively the percentage of combos to defend. Finally, you can manually select any combos you choose.
- Furthermore, additional power features are coming on the future road-map via auto-updates!
Hand Analysis Structured & Streamlined
|Manual Hand Analysis||EZAnalyzer|
|Correct hand analysis process might be difficult and slow||Structures and streamlines the hand analysis process|
|Coordinating different tools||All-in-one!*|
|If you want to refine ranges later, you must start from scratch||One click to save the analyzed scenario, so you can refine the ranges later|
|Pasting screenshots||One click to export a summary of your analysis|
In order to demonstrate the power of structured analysis, let’s use a simple example: Suppose we want to range a flop cbet call vs. a competent reg.
In the past, we would manually calculate the number of combos to defend. Then, using a Range Editor we would add combos to defend until we reach that number. Thirdly, we would take a screenshot of the Range and paste it in a document. Then, we would write some notes explaining our ranging. Finally, we could save the document, but if we later want to change some range we would have to start rebuilding it from scratch…
In contrast, doing all this with EZAnalyzer it is, well… easy! To begin with, you just click on the flop cbet call action and the Range Editor will open. Moreover, the Range Editor will be auto populated with the correct number of combos to defend according to MDF. Afterwards, you can adjust the percentage or specific combos, and write your notes, all inside the editor. Finally you can save the analysis for later refinement, or export it to an HTML summary document.
Supported Platforms, Formats and Games
EZAnalyzer runs on any desktop: PC/Windows, Mac, Linux
The Beta test version supports hand histories converted by PokerTracker 4 or HoldermManager 2.
The supported games are no-limit Hold’em cash games where the action went heads-up between hero and villain postflop.
I think you have the only product on the market for doing this type of analysis. I am a full time player and this type of analysis is extremely tedious to do.
It is a good tool to show you how high up in your range you are on certain flop textures, potentially helping to stop over-folding or over-calling.
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