Poker clock features

Our poker clock is designed to be a fully functional poker tournament manager. It is feature rich and fully customisable. Whether you are organising a small home game or a large commercial tournament, our software can be adjusted to suit.

Synchronisation between multiple clients

For a private home tournament with a few players, a screen displaying the information needs to be visible to each player while in larger tournaments with multiple tables, the clock may need to be visible from many different angles. In most simple poker clocks, the clock runs in a client that must be attached to multiple monitors to present the clock in many displays.

Our poker clock runs on an online sever, which can be attached to several clients, each with their own display. This means you are not limited to one control point for viewing and adjusting the software. Each client can control the clock and other users will see the changes. Our server based clock is also more reliable should a computer malfunction in some way.

Customizable Fields

The following components of a tournament can all be edited to match the requirements of your tournament.

Entry Costs

The relevant entry fee to the tournament can be set in any currency, and the software also offers an option to add in the cost of rebuys for a rebuy tournament, and the cost of any add-on that may be available.

If there is an added cash pool in the tournament, this can also be set.

Chip Stacks

Users can set the starting chip set and also the amount of chips gained by a rebuy or add-on.

Blind Levels

Up to thirty blind levels can be added into your tournament st  The following fields can all be amended for each individual level – Small Blind, Big Blind, Ante and Level Length. In addition you can add a break to the end of any level, and set the length of that break.

Prize Pay-out

The prize pay-out structure is fully editable to match your exact requi  You can set exactly which positions you want to be paid, and the percentage of the prize-pool those positions will receive. The software automatically calculates the totals of these percentages so you can ensure 100% is being paid.

Tournament Status Settings

The software allows you to enter the amount of entrants, re-buys, add-ons and number of players left. These can also be adjusted from the clock display.

Interactive Clock Display

All the customisable fields are fed into the clock display. This is then shown during the tournament and provides the following information relevant to participating players:

  • Name of Tournament
  • Current Time
  • Current Level/Time Left in Level/Blinds/Antes
  • Number of Entries/Rebuys/Addons
  • Total Chips in Play
  • Total Prize-Pool
  • Blinds at Next Level
  • Time until Next Break
  • Players Left/Average Chip Stack
  • Pay-out Structure

The clock is interactive, so once the tournament is running, the organiser can make the following adjustments:

  • Number of Entries
  • Number of Players (ie, adjusted as players go out)
  • Rebuys & Add-Ons
  • Pause the tournament
  • Skip to next/previous level
  • Adjust time left on level

Additional Features

There are many more reasons to use our free poker clock – find out about some of the additional features below:

No Download Required

The poker clock software is web based and requires no download. Once you have opened an account, you can access the poker clock anywhere with internet 

Multiple Platforms

The software is built in HTML5 so will work on any device with web access – compatible with PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad and Smartphones.

Easy to Use

Designed to be user friendly, our poker clock is simple and intuitive to use. Read how to use the Poker Clock for further information

Unlimited Tournaments

If you are using the poker clock in different locations, at two different home games for example, you can save as many tournament structures as you want under your account.

Tournament Cloning

If you need to setup a new tournament similar to an existing structure, simply clone a tournament and make the amendments.

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