andr3w321 on February 26th, 2015

In case you haven’t heard by now heads up limit hold’em has been solved. You can read the original scientific paper here You can query the GTO bot named Cepheus’ strategy here But it’s slow and not really displayed in an easy to understand way for humans emulate. It’s not easy to figure […]

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andr3w321 on April 2nd, 2014

So it’s only fifty five days until the WSOP and I’m getting excited just thinking about it. Last year I went in quite rusty not having really played a hand of poker in eleven months and was hoping to just play good enough to get lucky and bink something. I made money and it was […]

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andr3w321 on May 24th, 2013

Title says it all. I’m heading out to Vegas next week for my annual wsop pilgrimage. I’ll try and blog about every event I play like I do every year so check back for updates! I’m planning on playing ten to fifteen events, more than I’ve ever played. Last year I only played seven including […]

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andr3w321 on June 21st, 2012

So in case you haven’t figured out by now I ended up busting the shootout. The second table was pretty tough. I hadn’t really thought about it til I showed up that morning, but the level of skill after the first table of the shootout goes way up. Normally in an MTT you’re still going […]

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andr3w321 on November 17th, 2011

I’m happy to say I’ve completely updated and revamped Poker Bluff Tools adding both a range selector tool and fold equity calculator. You can download a completely free 30 day trial here. Please let me know if you like it and how it can be improved. I’ve been saving this blog post for almost six […]

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andr3w321 on August 24th, 2010

Poker’s still going pretty meh this month. Rather than moan some more I figured I’d just publish an old article I wrote awhile back to keep my readers interested. Hope you like! Isildur1 has been tearing it up lately destroying all comers at NLH at the highest possible stakes and utilizing the “NO LIMIT” aspect […]

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andr3w321 on March 30th, 2010

It’s been awhile since my last no limit strategy posts Playing the Player and Exploiting a Regular and people seem to enjoy them so I thought I’d give another one a go. I’ve been grinding some 2/4 NL lately so I’ve noticed that pretty much all the regs mass table with a tight, straightforward and […]

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andr3w321 on December 2nd, 2009

So I guess you’re probably wondering why I’ve been AWOL the past month and where the hell your monthly strategy post is. Well the truth is I actually wrote two strategy posts in November but decided not to publish them for now. I’ve done my best to monetize this site without completely selling out and […]

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andr3w321 on October 30th, 2009

After my September article was so hand history intensive I thought I’d make this month’s more qualitative in nature so what follows is my guide to shot taking or moving up. 1. Have a stop loss. This is by far the most important thing to come up with before you jump into a new game. […]

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andr3w321 on October 1st, 2009

I played a couple of 400nl sessions this month and encountered a number of mediocre regulars there. The difference between the 2/4 and 10/20 regs is really night and day. I thought I would make an article showcasing one regulars’ leaks I saw and how I exploited them. I’ll start by posting my graph vs […]

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