Daniel Dvoress aka Oxota soldiers on with the second installment of the live play MTT series with buy-ins up to $5,200. During the video he finds a few situations where he feels comfortable exploiting general player tendencies even at these elevated stakes.
Oct. 9, 2020 | 5 p.m.
Daniel Dvoress aka Oxota fires up a bunch of high stakes tournaments and gets on the grind during the early stages as he looks to amass some gambling chips and set himself up for a profitable Sunday.
Sept. 18, 2020 | 5 p.m.
Daniel Dvoress aka Oxota concludes his three part series examining a couple of high stakes events where he holds a massive chip lead and looks to capitalize on this nice position.
Aug. 7, 2020 | 5 p.m.
Daniel Dvoress aka Oxtoa soldiers on with the chip a commanding chip lead at his table and looks to up the pressure as he approaches the bubble.
May 16, 2019 | 5 p.m.
Daniel Dvoress aka Oxata dives into the second installment of his 3betting series. After a short recap of the preflop takeaways of part one, this video focuses on postflop play with a focus on possible exploits. For each of the presented flops, we find that PIO suggests rather counter-intuitive strategies.
Feb. 1, 2019 | 5 p.m.
Daniel Dvoress aka Oxota creates a new series on 3bet pots in MTTs as he finds players constantly struggling to play these spots with dynamic stack depths. Part one provides an intro before focusing on defending against 3-bets preflop including PIOsolver preflop outputs for both GTO and exploitative settings.
Dec. 25, 2018 | 5 p.m.
Reviewing a hand that took place in a $250k super high roller tournament, Daniel Dvoress aka Oxota uses PIO Solver to discuss the importance of precision when playing against the best players in the world.
Dec. 7, 2018 | 5 p.m.
Daniel Dvoress aka Oxota uses PIO Solver to review three recently played MTT hands while focusing on playing IP pots as the cold caller. Looking over PIO results, he points out several spots where small deviations from optimal play can lead to big changes in optimal counter strategies.
Nov. 15, 2018 | 5 p.m.
Daniel Dvoress aka Oxota uses PIO Solver on 3 hands from the WSOP Main Event and EPT Barcelona to illustrate how you can put your opponents in uncomfortable spots when you have a good feel for the less frequent branches of the game tree.
Sept. 14, 2018 | 5 p.m.
Daniel Dvoress aka Oxota explores his BB strategy when facing a raise from a late position player. In the first hand, he discusses how it's easy for him to maintain his frequencies but difficult to decide which hands fall into each range. PIO comes in handy and helps establish a solid strategy. Later he finds himself leading in an awkward spot against Issac "philivey2694" Haxton.
Aug. 22, 2018 | 5 p.m.
Daniel Dvoress aka Oxota examines BB defense spots in PIO facing EP raises. Using 10 hand examples, Daniel focuses on population exploits and explains how minor differences in board texture can lead to vastly different ways that ranges should be played. Stay tuned until the end for a board exploit that can be used in a number of spots.
Aug. 9, 2018 | 5 p.m.
In part 2 of his series, Daniel Dvoress aka Oxota looks into limped pots in blind versus blind scenarios. In this part, he uses PIO Solver to look at how our betting ranges should change with shallow stacks as opposed to 100bb stacks.
July 24, 2018 | 5 p.m.
Upon request, Daniel Dvoress aka Oxota looks into limped pots in blind versus blind scenarios. Using PIO to double check his intuition, he examines betting frequencies and tries to understand why our strategies change so drastically on different board textures.
July 10, 2018 | 5 p.m.
Daniel Dvoress aka Oxota provides the final installment of his current series covering the action of the Sunday $2,100 high roller event on PokerStars. In this part he pays particular attention to opening ranges and whether we should be open jamming or not in different sports.
June 22, 2018 | 5 p.m.
We reach the final table in this 4th installment of Daniel Dvoress' high roller series breaking down his play in the $2,100 high roller event. Due to their importance, all hands at the final table are shown and Daniel offers his advice on the play of hands that he wasn't involved in as well.