We would like to thank you all for your tremendous support since we announced the preview of PokerTracker 4. This is an exciting time for us all, we greatly appreciate your help and support as we fine tune PT4 to prepare it for the public beta which will be released before the end of Q3. Within the next three days we intend to start releasing preview videos showing the new PokerTracker 4 interface, our goal is to get feedback from potential users like you to make sure our design concepts meet your vision for the next generation of PokerTracker. Please visit this preview website regularly, your frequent feedback on our preview videos will allow us to finalize our public beta code faster!
As you know, the World Series of Poker is upon us. Las Vegas is swimming with players this time of the year, some of which have shown their support of PokerTracker by wearing the new PokerTracker logo. As the series wears on we will be sure to keep you updated with pictures of the players who are generously supporting PokerTracker at the series. If you’re a PokerTracker 3 owner, or just want to show your support for PokerTracker 4 at the WSOP, let us know by contacting us on Twitter. One of our team members we will do our best to meet up with you at the Rio to give you a patch.
Sean Urban is the first person to wear the new PokerTracker logo patch at a WSOP final table. He finished in seventh place in Event #25 $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low-8 or Better. Great run Sean, we were rooting for you!Sean Urban photograph © Pokernews.com
This photo of Shaun Deeb was taken while he was breaking from the WSOP tournament grind to play in Aria Poker Room's 300/600 mix game. He had a fantastic run in the 2011 WSOP $1,500 10 Game Mix event, eventually finishing in 4th place. Shaun has provided many insightful recommendations for PokerTracker 4's developers by conveying the unique needs of online Tournament and SitNGo players. Thanks for your help Shaun! Here is a pokernews.com interview with Shaun while he is wearing PokerTracker's patch.
Bart Hanson is best known for his work as the voice of Live at the Bike, the long running webcast of live poker games that take place at The Bicycle Casino in Southern California. Thanks for showing your support of PokerTracker Bart, we are looking forward to discussing PokerTracker 4 on DeucePlays with you!