I dont like this idea too much as this would help mostly the regulars. I think content on youtube and the refrence to runitonce training, and or an easy way to earn a rio subscription is a good start to make people want to dig deeper into poker. Also there should be more free, rio videos on yt if possible
Aug. 22, 2018 | 1:53 p.m.
Can you create a ranking system that shows the top winners of each month/year for low, mid and highstakes publicly? This is what got me most into poker, seeing that people can consistently make money with it, that it is not purely a game based on luck. Also this way you could reduce the "anonymity" of your site by displaying the "real nick names" in the leaderboards and give your site some "personality". You could also create content this way and rewind on youtube the biggest pots won by this player for example.
On a side note: I also would accept a job offer if you like my ideas. To demonstrate my skills I kindly refrence to my ability to forecast the future:
"Phil Galfond not replying to this thread means he is actually serious about this topic and we will see a new pokersite coming up in 2016/17. You can quote me then-"
Aug. 22, 2018 | 12:23 p.m.
Since you asked for questions: what's your methodology to get the best grasp which hands monker uses to do X. E.g. a spot we open ep and get cslled and are supposed to cbet 20%. Then I usually filter for dif. handgroups and look what cbets most. Often it turns out thouhj that the 'high cbet candidates' actually cbet in the region of 30% ergo solver cbets little on the board and he highly mixes cbetting hands. If I recall correctly I did a sim fpr 832s and the hands most bluffed with where gs and the occ 55/44xx but again for a surprising little amoubt of the time, like 20-30 %. So if you have a good plan for memorizing/get a grasp for strategies that are veyry mixed or jou just want to share your approach for those spots tjat would be valueable to me
May 30, 2018 | 1:24 p.m.
30:30 "I have played really bad from button lately, but you should play" <3
May 5, 2018 | 11:29 a.m.
9:34 betting this hand feels wrong unless villains cb range flop is explo weak. Just feels like a really medium strength hand, could you elaborate why you prefer to bet?
May 5, 2018 | 10:58 a.m.
7:37 AJ56 on A55Qs: what are good candidates to cb Turn with? Maybe this hand as we block Ax+ fd + straight draws? How about AQ5x? Or is this generally not a play we should do with A5 in this spot? AQ5xs would block a lot e.g.
May 5, 2018 | 10:50 a.m.
min 4:30 you say it's a good candidate for him to be betting Turn (AKK9s) on A57 8s.
Would you do this only with the 9 (8-6?) blocker? because b/folding this amount of EQ would suck. Or do you just bet any Axs to put pressure on twopairs?
May 5, 2018 | 10:45 a.m.
fun fact: a hand like AKJT is checked back 62% of the time, balances out nicely our weak AA with low cards. JJTTds 80% KJJTds 50%
edit: Could be the case that my ranges are way off pre, so take my results with a grain of salt. Could you check it on your own and compare it to my result?
April 30, 2018 | 5:05 p.m.
could be off but I will do a better sim. Notice that SPR is not very high (probably won't change too much. AA is bet 50% of the time, AAQ 90% and AAQJ 99,x. So looks like blocking Straights (same as AAQT) is too good to be checked.
I will run it again with higher SPR bu vs UTG open, 3bet Q95o flop
April 30, 2018 | 4:56 p.m.
Hey no NL pro here so mb dumb question: min 23: you say he has bluffs and 33, as JJ usually would squeeze pre. why aren't we betting the turn then, if flushes are likely to bet themselves? we get value from 33 for like half pot and protect against his bluffs as at this point everything will have a gs+. on river we can cb and if the board pairs we win.
Would the bet leave our cb range too vulnerable? Would be a cb on the turn with a flush better to balance being capped? (at least sometimes cb, mostly bet)