Darren Wee discusses the second part of the coach battle against fellow Run It Once pro Qing Yang and explores the critical hands in PIO after the session. Who will come out on top in this battle between buddies?
Oct. 17, 2019 | 5 p.m.
RIO coaches and good friends off the felt battle out in this HUNL match where we see Darren's hole cards. If you're interested in Qing's commentary make sure to check out the match from the reversed perspective here: Qing's Perspective
Oct. 2, 2019 | 5 p.m.
Darren Wee continues his analysis of the app games which are growing in popularity for those outside of China. With the mechanics of the game covered in previous parts, Darren looks to dig into the specific hands and discuss the best lines to take in these ever-changing player pools.
Aug. 22, 2019 | 5 p.m.
Darren Wee takes a look at footage submitted from a buddy filmed on Poker Master in a club available only to Chinese players in an effort to examine differences in the player pool and best responses to games that feature a large number of weak players.
Aug. 5, 2019 | 5 p.m.
Darren Wee covers a topic near and dear to his heart in "elasticity" whereby paints a picture of different opponent types and seeks to find the optimal course of action against each. In one scenario, we have an opponent who is quite aware of bet sizing and scared of calling against large bets and the other does not care about the size of the bet and simply bases his called on his own hand strength.
July 20, 2019 | 5 p.m.
Darren Wee takes up Run It Once member Nizzy's post in the NLHE forums and presents his five step recipe to both theoretically understand and execute bluffcatching at the tables to perfection.
Find the forum discussion here: Basics of Bluff Catching
July 4, 2019 | 5 p.m.
Darren Wee fires up four tables on PokerMaster with a total buy-in of $1,200 across the tables explaining his thought process for the upcoming hands. Due to the structure of the game multiway pots appear more frequently and Darren shares his experience on how to best navigate them before concluding with a tricky middle pair hand.