SpadeEye isn’t the prettiest piece of software out there, but that’s not the point. SpadeEye makes up for its lack of eye candy with its straightforward practicality.

The interface color codes each player for easy reference. Players’ looseness, measured in VPIP (Voluntarily Put Money Into Pot) is labeled from green to blue to red. Preflop raising percentage and total hands recorded are similarly color coded.

Tables and players can be listed in descending order based on their looseness, passiveness or several other categories.

The best part of the interface is its ability to bring you to the table with the most fish. Simply double click on a player’s name or a table name, and SpadeEye opens that table for you automatically.