Table Ninja II Adds More Options for Popping Up Tables

Date: 2013-10-29
Author: Dan Cypra

An update from last week to the hotkey program Table Ninja II added a variety of control options when popping up tables. Now, when a table pops while TN2 is running, the program can bring it to the top just behind the active application, meaning that if you're busy typing a message to a friend in Gmail, your poker table won't come up and disrupt what you were doing. You can simply decide whether to call, raise, fold, or bet when you're done with your message.

You can also elect to bring the table to the top, but keep it behind the active application. As Table Ninja II officials explained, "If you have another application open, tables will pop up in front of the application without stealing focus. This displays the table in front of the other application, but allows you to continue using the application."

If you'd like to act on a table immediately, you can elect to have Table Ninja II bring it to the front of your screen and immediately give focus to it. With this option, you'll stop whatever you're doing and focus on the poker action at hand. The final option is to have TN2 bring the table requiring attention to the foreground and give focus to it provided that your mouse is hovering over another table.

Any way you slice it, you'll have far more control over where tables appear on your screen using Table Ninja II. No matter if you have other applications running or none at all, you should be able to find a setting that allows you to shuttle tables quickly and easily using the brand new options available within Table Ninja II.

According to the program's developers, the latest update also allows you to "cycle windows in z-order (useful for the Stacked layout)." Finally, Table Ninja II now recognizes other games like Razz and Stud.

Table Ninja II works with Full Tilt, PokerStars, and PartyPoker and offers up a variety of hotkeys and shortcuts to make life easier at the tables. And, if that weren't enough, you can try TN2 risk-free for 30 days. An annual subscription is $150 for the Pro version for all sites or $75 for PokerStars only. A monthly subscription is $19.99 for the Pro version for all sites or $9.99 for PokerStars only. The Standard version of TN2 is $9.99 per month, while the Lite version will cost you $4.99 per month.

Visit TN2's website for more details.

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