May 16, 2020 | 1:09 p.m.
I'm also worried, but I think RIO's decision is wise. I guess tools like vision were already available on the private market. It is worth noting some benefits of having the tool by RIO:
- raises other players' awareness of the tools available
- makes it easier to supervise RIO poker games (allows them to check player plays / frequencies with plays / frequencies suggested in the vision)
- enables them to provide strong evidence for using the program.
About the last point. Let's imagine that we have suspicions about the player A. RIO checks if at a specific time someone searched for a specific flop (played by player A). If it turned out that some account was searching for this flop at this time and this happened let's say 3 times on the same account , we would have indisputable evidence of cheating. It's hard to imagine stronger evidence.
I still think it is worth considering introducing a delay when learning a particular flop. In example you can work without delay if a flop is randomly generated but if you are setting up a particular flop you have to wait 1min for the results to show up. You can request lets say 10 flops that way and view them later (1 min or later in any moment) without delay. That way learning experience would be still good but you wouldn't be able to use vision as a real-time assistance software (at least not easily).
Feb. 21, 2020 | 11:53 a.m.
There are a few people out there at the moment selling preflop 'solutions' based on Monker calculations
There are preaty expensive. How much value do you think there have? How high do you think one should be playing in order to buy this?
June 2, 2019 | 2:31 p.m.
Giving your background (and other vids on this site) i would like to see from you more preflop range construction. I understand that it might not be the most excited stuff for others (and you can get good at this using HR) but i would guess its very important for a good roi and there is not much of it latly. In example hand histories focus on preflop actions/exploits (and potential shortcuts while learning/memorising ranges).
Feb. 10, 2019 | 4:26 p.m.
Im also interested in more details how the rake is calculated (per person/per table?) and what contributes to the propability/amount of splash (last x hands? hands after last splash? per tablele/person?). This may have an affect on the optimal strategy of the play.
Jan. 31, 2019 | 11:49 p.m.
- Could you give some examples of flops where PIO is strongly prefering overbets (strongly=not mixed strategy with normal/overbet)?
- What type of mistakes do you see people are doing vs overbets?