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Software updates

Software updates

Here you can stay up to date with the most current version of the partypoker client software, and learn all about the new features that come with each update.

November 2018 - Windows

Have a look below at the exciting updates that you can take full advantage of from November 2018!

Tournament lobby

Open up any tournament lobby to check out some of the cool new features we’ve added.

You can now expand and collapse the tournament dashboard to give you greater control of your lobby appearance, while a new digital clock displays important details of the tournament’s progress.

Left of the clock you’ll find information relating to the name and status of the tournament, late reg. info, next blind level, remaining / total registered players, as well as smallest, largest and average stack sizes.

Head to the right of the clock to take a seat in the tournament, find out prize pool info, bounty details and the stack size you’ll start with.

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Updated tournament lobby

Player lists

The enhanced player list function allows you to search players, get tournament standings updates showing player names, nationalities, stack sizes and bounty info.

Here you can also see who’s already busted out of the tournament, with eliminated players’ info shown in grey.

Expand each column in the Player list for a fuller view.

Quick access navigation tabs

The navigation tabs are where you’ll find detailed MTT tournament information on satellites, tables, payouts and structures in an instant, while Sit & Go tournaments will display only payout and structure information.

Position/stack

For those players registered in a tournament that has started, the ‘Position/Stack’ display provides a snapshot of your current ranking in the tournament alongside your chip stack, which you can compare against the tournament’s highest, shortest and average stacks.