Welcome To Texas Pete Poker

A Realtime Texas Hold'em Poker Calculator

Texas Pete Poker allows you to watch your odds unfold as a hand progresses. It sets up a table of players and displays your odds in real time as you enter bets and the cards that are laid . By using a powerful Monte Carlo simulator tens of thousands of potential hands are played out to evaluate the odds and the conditional odds of 1 or more other players folding. No longer do you have to grapple with a complicated calculator while the game has already finished!

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  • Enter the number of players at the table.
  • Adding the word 'autobet' afterwards removes the need to enter player moves and allows for rapid odds analysis eg '6 autobet'


Blind Bets

  • You will then be prompted for the little and big blinds.



  • The table is now displayed.
  • The first column contains the hole cards, the next the flop and so on.
  • Your odds are displayed in yellow underneath the current round.
  • The odds above show how much of an improvement you gain through one of more players folding.
  • The pot is then split out below with the current stake in green and each player's contribution.
  • You will be prompted to enter your hole cards after the blinds are added.
  • The format is pairs of characters for each card. The first the face value and the second the suit.
  • '2'-'9' are the values 2-9, 'j' = Jack, 'q' = Queen, 'k' = King and 'a' = Ace.
  • The suits are: 'c' = Clubs, 'h' = Hearts, 'd' = Diamonds and 's' = Spades.
  • In this example we've been dealt the three of spades and the queen of hearts.


Game Progression

  • Each player will make a move.
  • To raise enter the amount to raise by.
  • To check/call enter 'c' (the same as raising by 0).
  • To fold enter 'f'.
  • Folded players are highlighted red.



  • Probabilities are displayed to the nearest percentage point after 10,000 simulated hands. These are always estimates but are never far from the theoretical results owing to the large number of simulated hands.
  • The conditional odds of a players folding use an assumption about which player folded. It is taken as the halfway point between assuming a random player folded and the person with the worst hand folded. This seems a reasonable trade off between no knowledge (random) and perfect knowledge (each player knowing the others hands).
  • Ace is only ever treated as high but this only has small effect even if you are facing a low straight (I will fix this in a later version).
  • I don't accept any liability for losses incurred through the use of this software but it was written with a great deal of care and attention to accuracy.
  • Enjoy and tell me about it!


For those of you interested in Poker odds and Monte Carlo Simulation the following links may prove useful