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Change your Game Facing a Linear Range

The modern PLO games are saturated with players who have a basic understanding of hand value and a strong aversion to complex decisions. A fundamental component of these players’ strategy is a tendency to bet the flop with a Linear Range and not concern themselves with protecting their checking ranges.

This approach enables them to continue comfortably against check-raises, and to barrel frequently on the turn with a strong range. It crushes loose-passive fish, which explains why so many players rise through micro and small stakes playing this way.

Such opponents can be frustrating to play against, since […]

By |2017-10-04T20:15:12+00:00October 4th, 2017|

Why Equity Share is Bullsh*t

In this post I’m sharing a video from the first module of my acclaimed Poker Math 2020 course. I explain why ‘Equity Share’ is a terrible model for making pre-flop decisions and outline a new framework to give you a better understanding of strategic choices Pot-Limit Omaha.

Press play below.

I am also looking for a Poker Research Assistant to help me with new product development.

This is a great opportunity for ambitious low and mid-stakes players who would like to improve their understanding of the game and […]

By |2018-08-07T05:18:17+00:00March 22nd, 2017|

College is a Trap: The Advantages of a Poker Education

Professional online poker is a vocation unique to the early part of the 21st century. It didn’t exist prior to 1998 when Planet Poker opened it’s virtual card room to players with dial-up internet access.

As a child of the new century, online poker feels transient, impermanent, always on the brink of fading away. Whether it be due to the threat of impending government regulation, the perceived dwindling supply of fish or the saturation of knowledge (Sorry guys!) every year players opine that the games are soon going to die.

It is rare to find a player who expects poker to […]

By |2017-04-21T18:38:47+00:00December 5th, 2016|
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