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Comment | fzth1 commented on Solvers - where to start

Thanks a lot. I will check out the videos.

I still don't really understand the added value of GTO+ compared to CREV?

July 30, 2020 | 9:18 a.m.

Comment | fzth1 commented on Solvers - where to start

Thank you very much! I will get the books and CREV - really appreciate the help. Thank you!

Looking at CREV, GTO+ seems to be a type of add-on to the software. If CREV already includes a solver, is there any value to GTO+?

July 27, 2020 | 1:45 p.m.

Comment | fzth1 commented on Solvers - where to start


Thank you very much for your reply, I will follow your advise and work in the order you suggested.

A couple of follow up questions on the points above:

1) Do you have any advise on how to improve my GTO knowledge?

2) I've had a look at the first few instruction videos at CREV. My understanding is that it also includes a solver. In my head I think it would be good to learn more about which part of my range that "I should do" what with. E.g: Let's say I open 70% of buttons, SB folds and BB calls 35% of his range. Flop is XXX, which part of my range does the solver recommend I c-bet given stack sizes etc. Is this something the CREV program can do? Can it also run these calculations if SB and BB calls and we are 3 handed to the flop?

3) What specifically is it that the PioSolver can do that CREV can't?

Once again, thank you very much for your kind help.

July 26, 2020 | 9:36 a.m.

Post | fzth1 posted in NLHE: Solvers - where to start


I am returning to poker after having been away from the game for a while. I played professionally over 10 years ago but the last few years I’ve only played a couple of times a month.

I would like to try to put in some work to be able to compete in todays game, I understand solvers, PIO, Monkier, GTO+ etc. Plays a big party in todays theory, but I am lost on where to start.

1) Any advice on where to start to learn to work with solvers?
2) Which solver do you recommend for a beginner? I am looking for a reasonably priced option for NL200-1k, 6max.

Any advice in general is much appreciated.


July 25, 2020 | 7:34 p.m.

Great video Phil. Would love to see a part 2.

May 5, 2020 | 3:03 p.m.

You do want to maximize your value when you have the nuts, and by calling you are guaranteed to see a turn, i.e. you will face that potential though turn decsion 100% of the time, and you have zero information about villians hand. On top of that, every time villian have 77xx etc you are loosing a lot of value.

For me, this is a raise.

Dec. 14, 2013 | 12:53 a.m.

Great, thanks for the help :)

Dec. 14, 2013 | 12:43 a.m.

I apologize for the post being a little messy, how can I post the tables from propokertools here on Runitonce? I did try the "2+2" way, but I can see now that it did not work as planned. 

Dec. 13, 2013 | 2:15 p.m.

I think you overplay your hand pre flop here as you will end up getting in to a lot of difficult post flop situations, where you most likely never will have the nuts, or nut draw ( unless you flop top set ofc).  Personally I would fold this pre flop to avoid difficult post flop situations.
Someone correct me if I am wrong.

As played on the flop, I would ship, close my eyes and hope I am not up against a dominating flush draw.
Some calculations for you:

vs 8% 3-betting range

vs AAxx

Dec. 13, 2013 | 2:12 p.m.

Post | fzth1 posted in PLO: PLO200 hu, AAXX OOP.

Hey guys,
Playing a new Villain HU at plo200, I have no reads on him,  this is the 3. hand.

What is our plan on the turn? b/c? c/c?
If we get to the river, what will our plan be?

SB Player8 €356.15
BB Hero €200.00

Effective Stacks: 100bb

Pre-Flop: (€3.00, 2 players) Hero is BB with Ac 6c Ah 7d

Player8 raises to €6.00, hero raises to €18.00, 2 folds, Player8 calls €12

Flop: 7c 5d Ks (€36.00, 2 players)
hero bets €24.00, Player8 calls €24.00

Turn: Th (€74.00, 2 players)

Dec. 6, 2013 | 11:37 a.m.

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