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Simple Poker Tournament Clock

Cross-platform Poker Tournament Clock

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Description

A simple poker clock written in "bare" python, which supports different kinds of poker, XML-based tournament structures and display of banners for poker league sponsors.

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Categories

Card Games

License

BSD License

Features

  • Timer displays current level, next level, time to next level and time to next break.
  • Player information shows number of entries, number of remaining players, number of rebuys & addons, number of payouts, total amount of chips in play and the average stack size of the remaining players.
  • Bottom half of the screen used to display banner graphics; great for encouraging sponsorship. Supports PNG and many kinds of JPG images.
  • Tournament structure saved in XML text files, for ease of editing, sharing and reuse.
  • Flexible in the kinds of poker tournaments can be run (e.g. not just holdem).
  • Supports sound, via WAV files, on mac, linux, bsd and windows.
  • Please read the wiki for instructions on usage and installation

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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Tk

Programming Language

Python

Registered

2012-05-12

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