Full Tilt Poker did recently make a few updates to bring in a stable functioning in the table and the lobby experience for its players. The updates were made for both of its Windows PC and Mac OS X clients. However, the installation of the upgradation caused several third party software solutions used in the site to not function properly.
Several of the super hit features like the scripts for the buddy lists did not in any way form a stable interface with the upgraded version of the online poker software of the Full Tilt Poker table and lobby.
Several of the players were struggling and kicking in various forums and suggestions to do something about having their favorite user friendly programs to work properly. They were expecting their favorite third party tools to be integrated in a way that it will function with the new updated version of Full Tilt Poker.
The commonly used hand history tracking software, the PokerTracker3 and Holdem Manager have used beta patches to have their software updated. However, some of the features like the Table Scanner were not functioning with the beta patches. The release of Beta 35 for holdem manager works just fine for the standard and classic full tilt poker lobby.
Windy Hill Technology has released Poker Shortcuts which is working just fine with Full tilt poker and the poker stars site. Players will be soon enjoying these shortcuts at Full Tilt Poker. The updates for the beta version will be released very frequently and it will be available to the paid customers at Full Tilt Poker.
TableNinjaFT has a number of shortcuts. Some of these shortcuts range from table highlighting and automatic time bank checking. Also, in cases of multi-tabling the program will help with multi-tabling by helping the players estimate the exact number based on the percentage of bets they are interested in making the street bets.
It is soon expected that the flaws related to the updating process of the Full Tilt Poker site will be soon fixed and the players will be able to play their games as just fine
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