Poker Copilot
Poker Copilot
6.36

5.0

Poker Copilot free download for Mac

Poker Copilot

6.36
12 December 2019

Poker HUD and hand history analysis.

Overview

Poker Copilot tracks your hand history and provides a heads-up display (HUD) for poker. It works with Full Tilt Poker, PokerStars, Winamax, Merge Network, Ongame Network, and 888 Poker. Cash games and tournaments are supported.

  • Improve your online poker game: Poker Copilot continually monitors your hand history for updates. Updates are immediately processed. On-screen statistics automatically include these updates without any action from you. When you finish playing a hand within a few seconds you'll see the data on-screen update to include that hand.
  • Poker HUD and tracker: Try playing online poker with a HUD (head-up display) and you'll wonder why you ever played without one.
  • Designed for OS X: - Poker copilot is a native Mac application for poker tracking that integrates seamlessly with your desktop and your online poker programs.
  • Exploit your opponents' weaknesses: Poker Copilot uses accumulated data to find the mathematical errors in your game so that you can eliminate the persistent errors in your playing style. Better still, it helps your find the mathematical errors in your opponents' games so that you can exploit the persistent errors in your opponents' playing styles.
  • Play on your favorite network: Poker Copilot works with PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker, Winamax, Merge Network, Ongame Network, and 888 Poker.
  • Plug the leaks in your game: Even though Poker Copilot is a powerful application, it is easy to use. The most significant statistics are always viewable. Charts and tables are logically grouped and always within quick reach.

What's new in Poker Copilot

Version 6.36:
  • Faster startup
  • Less memory used
  • Improved stability and performance

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7 Poker Copilot Reviews

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Mac-Poker-Player
19 May 2012

Most helpful

I found out about Poker CoPilot from a software review www.macpokeronline.com and a link led me here. It seems that Poker CoPilot has been around for years now, even before Poker Tracker. Tons of people might like Poker Tracker better because of the deep data analysis into the poker hand histories, but I feel that Poker CoPilot has that classic Mac UI that we all crave as part of our lifestyle. For me, it's sort of a toss up. I'm just not sure which one to get. I'm definitely glad that neither software is on a subscription plan though. $69 for Poker CoPilot vs $89 for Poker Tracker... but think if it was $9/mo. That doesn't seem like much, but after 2 years it adds up to about $200!
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Version 3.10
Mac-Poker-Player
19 May 2012
I found out about Poker CoPilot from a software review www.macpokeronline.com and a link led me here. It seems that Poker CoPilot has been around for years now, even before Poker Tracker. Tons of people might like Poker Tracker better because of the deep data analysis into the poker hand histories, but I feel that Poker CoPilot has that classic Mac UI that we all crave as part of our lifestyle. For me, it's sort of a toss up. I'm just not sure which one to get. I'm definitely glad that neither software is on a subscription plan though. $69 for Poker CoPilot vs $89 for Poker Tracker... but think if it was $9/mo. That doesn't seem like much, but after 2 years it adds up to about $200!
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Version 3.10
Pinbacker
19 March 2011
THE best poker hand history software for the Mac OS X. Period. It´s the poker software tool for the rest of us. Go get it, like right now.
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Version 2.85
Mdognrdog
22 January 2011
If you want a poker analysis package for Mac, I would really suggest going with the venerable PokerTracker, which has been released now for Mac. Although it's a little clunky, UI-wise, it provides very, very deep stats, and all of them are easily used on poker strategy websites. It's not much more than CoPilot, and has a much more flexible database.
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Version 2.79
Chrispa
02 October 2010
This is the best poker tracking software out there if you want to feel like you're using a native mac os program. It's layout is clean and the usage intuitive. Also it is supported by one of the most dedicated developers out there. If a poker site changes it's hand history format or there is a bug after an update you'll get a new update the next day or two. Admittedly it lacks some complicated stats but speaking as someone who makes a living playing this game I can say the "how often" is not as important as terms like "texture", "line", "hand range" etc are. On a final note I don't think it is even oversold considering what you get for your money. It's 50% cheaper than it's main rival. But don't take my word for it. There is a 30 day full featured trial available.
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Version 2.65
Skypilot
18 August 2009
Nice featured software. Seems to give good data. Good graphing and stats. Auto update of stats did not work for me. I could update with the REFRESH button, but if I am paying that level of price for software it had better function as expected. The author appears to feel (per his website) that incomplete of beta software is acceptable. I would disagree. I would suggest a lower cost till the bugs are removed and then consider a cost increase. He has appeared to have issues with his HUD and now this. Just not clean enough at this time. Will see what an update brings and re-review.
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Version 2.06
Avediswolf
12 February 2009
This is the closest thing that compares to Poker Tracker ( Which is in the windoze world ) It keeps track of your bankroll, your played hands, flops seen, VPIP, and other stats of yourself, and players at your tables. The HUD works as planned, but currently the on table HUD only looks right on the default theme, as the boxes are not movable. The site does say movable boxes are in the works, though. As for the price, compare this to other products with identical features in the Windoze world. I think it's reasonable. Most folks using this will be able to improve their game and see where some weaknesses are. Depending on what limits are played, it can pay for itself easily. It's still missing some features as its counterparts, but the author seems to listen to peoples requests on their site
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Version 1.39
Flash1296
27 November 2008
This sounds like great software; but the price is absurdly excesive.
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Version 1.37
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Xplicit
20 November 2011
Well, you don't seem to know what other poker utilities cost.
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