Partypoker software upgrade explained by Jamie Staples
Publish: 2019-09-06 12:54:42
The newest update includes upgrades for the Mac client and some exciting new features for tournament and cash game players.
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The newest software update at partypoker has successfully gone down. The Mac users can now enjoy features, which were already available for the Windows users.
The new Mac tables now have a new oval and racetrack table shape with improved players plates, with added special themes and backgrounds. Mac users can now choose different card backs and fronts.
Similarly to the Windows client, the big blinds count display is now available for the Mac client as well.
The software update also includes several new features for all players. Tournament players now have detailed statistics on the tables which come pretty handy during MTT grind.
New table data points:
Position - A player's position and the total number of remaining players in the tournament
Average stack - Average stack of the remaining field - can also be displayed in big blinds
ITM - this feature will help players recognize, in which stages are the tournament they are. In the beginning, this field will be grey, while close to the money (during the bubble) it will turn orange, and once the players reach the money it'll turn green
Late Reg Countdown- To make it clearer to players when late registration will close, a new countdown has been added to the status column and the right-hand panel for a selected tournament in the lobby
New KO Series table theme- a new theme replaces the recent POWERFEST theme to support the up and coming series that is offering over $30 Million in Guaranteed prizes. Click here to learn more about the series
Another great feature for the grinders is the one-click bet feature. Before the update, players had to click on a custom bet and then had to click on "Bet", while now, you can bet the desired amount by simply clicking on the pre-set custom size.
This feature is optional, so if you're afraid of misclicks, you can stick to the old ways.
We hope that our explanation was clear enough, but now Jamie Staples will help you have a greater understanding.