It's final table time for Pedro Madeira aka gusmaa in the Party Poker $215 $20k guaranteed Warmup. He discusses the need to play tight due to ICM and the current state of high stakes MTT's while trying to take home $6k for first.
Jan. 6, 2019 | 5 p.m.
Continuing his grind, Pedro Madeira aka gusmaa is down to the final two tables of the $215 Friday Warm-Up on PartyPoker. In this installment, he discusses ICM considerations and pay jumps while keeping an eye on the hands from other players still in the tournament.
Dec. 17, 2018 | 5 p.m.
Pedro Madeira aka gusmaa demonstrates his thoughts on bubble dynamcis and which factors impact shove/fold ranges as he approaches the money in a highly dynamic $55 hyper-turbo 6-max as well as in the deeper structured $215 Friday Warm-Up on PartyPoker.
Dec. 3, 2018 | 5 p.m.
É a semana internacional e Pedro Madeira traz para vocês um vídeo em sua língua nativa, português! Neste vídeo ele analisa algumas mãos da mesa final do bb44 que cravou no último domingo, e faz uso de diferentes softwares como PIO solver, HRC e flopzilla para explicar seu pensamento. Deixe nos comentários sua opnião sobre o vídeo
Oct. 15, 2018 | 5 p.m.
Part two kicks off with Pedro Madeira aka gusmaa sitting on a 45BB stack and covering only a couple of players at his table. He continues to discuss the unique approach required when playing a PKO and how clear insta-folds in a regular tournament format become calls when you factor in the bounty.
Aug. 12, 2018 | 5 p.m.
Having introduced the theoretical fundamentals of progressive knockout tournaments in his first videos, Pedro Madeira aka gusmaa takes the theory to the felt of the $1,000 SCOOP PKO tournament in this hand history review series.
July 31, 2018 | 5 p.m.
Pedro Madeira aka gusmaa brings you the final part of his theoretical look at PKO shoving/calling ranges this time applied to final table decisions where Holdem Resources offers nash equilibrium solutions that consider the bounties of each player.
July 18, 2018 | 5 p.m.
Pedro Madeira aka gusmaa dedicates his first video on Run It Once to the comparison of ranges in freezeout and progressive knockout tournaments (PKO). In times where there seems to be software for everything, he notes the lack of tools for this increasingly popular tournament format and shares his methods for studying and improving ranges in PKOs.