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Zynga Poker Bot (Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Bebo, etc)Zynga Poker Bot is a program written in AutoIT which attempts to fully automate the process of playing texas holdem poker on Zynga (Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Bebo, etc).

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FeaturesWorks on the Zynga Games Network (Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Bebo, etc). 100% automated, joins tables, closes popups, reloads when stuck. Full SourceCode available to download. Works in any size table with any bankroll. Plays the best hands, and then calculates odds to make decisions. Allows custom PlayerProfiles. Table hop if too few opponents. Table hop if the blinds are too big or too small. Allows custom user image. Detects number of opponents. Run multiple BackgroundBots. Got Issues?Try the Botage Support Forums


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30 Day Summary

Dec 26 2011 — Jan 25 2012

12 Month Summary

Jan 25 2011 — Jan 25 2012


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