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Poker Dealer's Toolkit
(The only app a poker dealer will ever need)

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     Poker Dealer's Toolkit (PDTK) is the definitive app for poker dealers, brushes and supervisors. Keep track of your income, expenses, tables and a whole lot more. A must for dealers only on Android.

Settings (Set up and track multiple casinos for):
    - Name of Casino (Such as Rio)
    - City of Casino (such as Las Vegas)
    - Employee ID (so you won't forget)
    - Tip Sharing (deducted for brushes)
    - 401K (Deducted and Matched)
    - Forced Deducted Lunch Time Minutes (In case they take your pay out automatically for lunch)
    - Down Start Times (set any 30 minute combo such as :00 & :30 or :13 & 43)
    - Tax Calculator (help determine your tax rate)
    - Casino Hourly Pay Rate (the casino may pay out hourly pay differently that tips)
    - Last Day of Pay Week (different casinos have different pay weeks)
    - E-Mail Address (to send yourself database backups)
    - Cash Hourly Pay Rate and Tips Frequency (Some casinos pay different rates for cash and tournaments)
    - Tournament Hourly Pay Rate and Tips Payment Frequency
    - Supervisor Hourly Pay Rate and Tips Payment Frequency
    - Sit & Go Hourly Pay Rate, 3 different bonus amount rates and tips payment frequency (some casinos pay out bonuses for dealing sit/goes)

DB Utils lets you have multiple database groups for multiple events or casinos.

Event and Transaction IDs (Database of different events & transaction ID. (Borgata-5 could be an event at the Borgata with the 5th receipt for expenses. Each is different so you can track them)

Calculator (Quick link to the calculator)

Camera (Change from front to back camera, flash modes, effects and different sizes):
    - Pay Stub (Take a picture of your pay stubs and keep in one folder)
    - Schedule (If you can't remember when you are supposed to work, take a picture of your schedule here)
    - Income (If you turn in cash tips, then take a picture of the receipt just in case they don't pay the proper amount)
    - Expenses (Take a picture of a expense receipt and link it to the database. Whenever you look at a record, you will see a picture of the receipt right there)

Convert and E-Mail (Convert your income, expenses and string tracker databases over to .CSV format and E-Mail it to yourself as a backup. View the whole database in raw form on Windows using Microsoft Excel or on Android using KingSoft Office (or really any spreadsheet). Tells you when you last converted you database as a reminder to back them up.

String Tracker:
    - Keep track of every 30 minute down all day long. Quickly put in the table number, time and type of game dealt. You can save this to the database to view and modify at a later date. If you ever are shorted a down, use this tool to prove where you were at. Yes, casinos do short dealers downs and money all of the time,

Income (Keep track of every possible income area that you can think of. Save to the database to view and modify at any time.):
    - Date and Time In & Date and Time Out
    - Cash Tips Amount, Hours Worked, Downs Worked & Hourly Pay Rate
    - Tournament Down Rate, Tips, Hours Worked & Hourly Pay Rate
    - Supervisor Tips, Hours & Hourly Pay Rate
    - Free Time Hours (Breaks), Downs & Hourly Pay
    - Sit and Go Tips, Hours, Small/Mid/High Bonus Amounts
    - Tip Sharing
    - 401K Deducted and Matched
    - Taxes
    - Hours and Minutes worked
    - Estimated Net Pay

Expenses (Keep all of your receipts and deduct all business expenses from your taxes.):
    - Date (such as 9/6/2015)
    - Weekday (such as Tuesday)
    - Event ID (such as WPT)
    - Transaction ID (such as 16)
    - Amount
    - Company (Where did you buy this form)
    - Category (such as food)
    - Do you have the receipt?
    - Location (where did you purchase this from)
    - Picture (Link a picture of the receipt so you have a backup in case you loose the original)

...and a whole lot more.


Instructional Videos:

Poker Dealer's Toolkit: Instructions Part 01


Poker Dealer's Toolkit: Instructions Part 02


Poker Dealer's Toolkit: Instructions Part 03


Poker Dealer's Toolkit: Instructions Part 04


Poker Dealer's Toolkit: Instructions Part 05


Poker Dealer's Toolkit: Instructions Part 06


Poker Dealer's Toolkit: Instructions Part 07


Poker Dealer's Toolkit: Instructions Part 08


Poker Dealer's Toolkit: Instructions Part 09


Poker Dealer's Toolkit: Instructions Part 10


Poker Dealer's Toolkit: Instructions Part 11



Privacy Policy:

Poker Dealer's Tool Kit for Android requires camera permission.  PDTK has an area called 'Camera'.  There you can take pictures and save them to your device.  This is included so 1) you can take pictures of receits for easy organization, 2) take pictures of work schedules and 3) take pictures things like gas pump amounts when the gas printer is not working.  



Alphabet Google Android:
Works on Android devices.  However, due to the slowness of older devices, these apps are limited to newer Android versions to avoid lagging.  For most apps it is Android 4.4 KitKat (API 19) or newer.  This covers most Android devices.  Also, Google is phasing out 32-bit apps and requiring apps to run on 64-bit devices (which most are anyways so that shouldn't affect you).

Microsoft Windows x86_64:
Has both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows versions.  It will work on most, if not all, Windows operating systems (XP, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10).

Microsoft Windows 10 Universal:
Works on all Microsoft Windows 10 devices (laptops, desktops, tablets or phones).  Has both 32-bit, 64-bit and ARM Windows 10 versions.  It will not work on Windows operating systems before Windows 10.

Google Play Store: 

[Android] Poker Dealer's Toolkit (Free)

[Android] Poker Dealer's Toolkit (Pro)

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