Ignition, Bovada, & Bodog all Fixed in Holdem Bot 9.0.1

Holdem Bot version 9.0.1 fixes Ignition, Bovada, and Bodog for their latest software update. This one took some doing, but the current version is stable. You can download it right now, here:


We know many of you are happy to get back in action at these sites, as are the two customers who provided this feedback:

“Just got the bot and placed in the money in 3 of 4 tournaments entered…”

“With this bot, I have already won two MTT tournaments! It really works!”

The bot download comes with five good profiles these days, which can be loaded or swapped with an easy point-and-click profile loading feature. One of the overlooked profiles that comes standard in the download is called Little Green. It is based on a system taught in Phil Gordon’s book of the same name.

Little Green is a typical TAG cash game profile, except it will push on the flop with drawing hands and strong “2-pair or better” hands alike. So there are swings, but the strategy works — as you can see by these results submitted by a break-even player who purchased the bot and started using Little Green on the Sept 13 point on the graph. So give this one a try sometime, especially if you find a cash table where the same players tend to stay a while.

Current site support includes:

iPoker support: Titan, Bet365, Betfair, Betclic, Ladbrokes, William Hill, Winner, and Netbet

Bodog & Bovada are now re-supported, including Bodog88 in Asia and South America

USA Players: BetOnline Poker, Ignition Casino Poker, Bovada, America’s Cardroom, Black Chip, True Poker, and Sportsbetting.ag are all “game on” for our bot.

France: The bot currently works at Betclic.fr in both the French and English language

Italy: Eurobet.it, Titanbet.it, Bet365.it and Betfair.it all now work in both the Italian and English languages, plus the bot now seems to be working on betfair.it and 888.it as well

Spain: 888.es and Betfair.es are now both working in Spain

888 Poker is still supported but caution is now advised there, as they have been getting moody about their bot-tolerance policies lately – so don’t keep too much in your account. (The rest of our supported rooms are all pretty safe, as none of them have bothered us in years.)

That’s it for now. If you need a license, there’s a link for buying one on the bot itself. Have fun back in action at the Bodog rooms and we’ll see you or your bot at a final table soon.


Shanky Technologies Team

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