Simple GTO Trainer Best Practices

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Simple GTO Trainer Best Practices

Hey all,

I've just begun incorporating Simple GTO Trainer into my studying, and while it definitely strikes me as a powerful tool, it does occasionally induce a drinking-from-a-firehose feeling. That may partially be due to my own approach to it; for instance, I'm currently drilling some SB vs BTN 3BP (Root) spots over 198 flops, but that might be too wide an array of situations to be learning very efficiently. Should I pare down my pool of solves to fewer flops? Should I work on types of boards at a time (A-high, K-high, two-tone, low, etc.), rather than a 198 flop-wide gamut? I'd like to get the most out of this tool, and wonder whether I might get some pointers from those who have had success studying with it.

Thanks in advance!

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