<p>Easily the most comprehensive and most visited site for figuring out your poker problems. Covers nearly all games and situations you will run into at the poker table.</p>Whether you play Hold&#39;em or Omaha, Cardplayer.com has a calculator to help you calculate and understand how hands stack up against each other. Select a number of players then give them each cards. Click on Calculate odds and the percentages will appear. Want to add a flop and turn? Click on more cards and recalculate each hands&#39; odds of winning on each street.A Texas-Holdem-only calculator that lets you see the odds of up to five hold&#39;em hands against each other, before the flop, after the flop, and after the turn and river, too.While this calculator isn&#39;t graphically based as the ones above are, it has a much wider range of poker games it can calculate odds for, including Hold&#39;em, Omaha, many seven-card stud games, and deuce-to-seven lowball. You need to type in all the hands and board cards, as well as dead cards, but if you have a hand history, it&#39;s just a matter of cutting and pasting.Poker Stove is a great free download for Windows users that lets you calculate your odds against a range of hands in Texas Hold&#39;em. It&#39;s a great tool for more advanced players who are able to put an opponent on a few possible hands -- and then see what their hole cards are worth against that range of hands. Since often you never find out what your opponent is holding, this is a great way to see if your action based on your read of the other player is profitable or smart.