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FlopCruncher Playback Mode

We though it would be fun to play back famous hands in FlopCruncher, so here they are! FlopCruncher contains many hands that you can run, from Doyle Brunson's first World Series of Poker Championship win with ten deuce offsuit to last week's World Poker Tour final table.

And you can instantly add new hands by downloading them directly into FlopCruncher. We'll add new hands to FlopTech.com and let you know they're there via FlopCruncher's news alert feature.

Playing the Hands

It couldn't be simpler: just select a hand from the "play" menu on FlopCruncher's back side, click "Done" and there it is! Players' names, hole cards, actions on every street, and even the dealer button are all there.

Click the preflop, flop, turn, and river buttons to see the players' odds and see what they did on each street.

Built-in Hands
FlopCruncher includes 26 hands that have actually been played in the World Series of Poker, the World Poker Tour, High Stakes Poker, and other tournaments and cash games. We chose the hands because they had historic significance, they were entertaining, or they were instructive in some way.

In future releases we'll be including more hands, so this is just the beginning. In the meantime, you can download hands from our site directly into FlopCruncher.

Hands included in FlopCruncher 1.5:
Doyle Brunson vs. Jesse Alto: final hand of the 1976 WSOP Main Event
Doyle Brunson vs. "Bones" Berland: final hand of the 1977 WSOP Main Event
Johnny Chan vs. Erik Seidel: final hand of the 1988 WSOP Main Event
Scotty Nguyen vs. Kevin McBride: final hand of the 1998 WSOP Main Event
Chris Moneymaker vs. Sammy Farha: key hand from the 2003 WSOP Main Event
Daniel Negranu vs. Layne Flack: from Poker at the Plaza 2004
Daniel Negranu vs. Freddie Deeb: from Poker at the Plaza 2004
John Aglialoro vs. Joe Cassidy: from the 2004 U.S. Poker Championship
Chris Ferguson vs. Phil Hellmuth: from the 2005 NBC National Heads-Up Championship
Jennifer Harman vs. Corey Zeidman: from the 2005 WSOP Main Event
Mike Matusow vs. Shawn Sheikhan: from the 2005 WSOP Main Event
Phil Ivey vs. Paul Jackson: from the 2005 Monte Carlo Millions
Joe Hachem vs. David Redlin: key hand from the 2006 Bellagio WPT Five Diamond
Daniel Negreanu vs. Gus Hansen: record pot from season 2 of High Stakes Poker
Rafe Furst vs. Can Kim Hua: key hand from the 2006 WSOP $1500 PLH Event
Ming Ly vs. Daniel Negreanu: Daniel folds a full house on High Stakes Poker season 2
Jason Sagle vs. Soren Turkewitsch: key hand from the 2007 WPT Fallsview
John Juanda vs. Michael Mizrachi: key hand from the 2007 NBC National Heads-Up
Todd Brunson vs. Steve Stoltzmann: aces cracked on WPT "Fathers and Sons" Season 5
Ted Forrest vs. J.J. Liu: huge pot at the 2007 WPT Bay 101
Barry Greenstein vs. Eli Elezra: mega-bluff on High Stakes Poker season 2
Erick Lindgren vs. Justin Bonomo: key hand in the 2008 WSOP $5K Mixed Hold'em event
Phil Ivey vs. Patrick Antonius: $919K pot in Million Dollar Cash Game Season 2
Dennis Phillips vs. Ivan Demidov: Phillips bluffs off most of his final table stack
Barry Greenstein vs. Tom Dwan: the biggest pot ever on the High Stakes Poker show, season 5
Kathy Liebert vs. Steve Brecher: the hand that kept Kathy from winning the WPT season 7 Bay 101 event
Downloading New Hands

It's really simple. Select "Download hands" from the "play" menu and if there are any new hands on FlopTech.com, they'll be installed into FlopCruncher. New hands are instantly added to the "play" menu for playback.

We'll keep adding downloadable hands for you to try out. FlopCruncher's news alert feature will notify you when we post new hands (or when there's any other new update on FlopTech.com).

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