I have been working with Russell Thomas the past couple of months on short stack play and ICM issues. I am doing an entire series of videos about my work with him over on PokerVT.com where I make poker training videos. You can also check out more of his training he did with Jason [...]
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While watching and listening to the broadcast for the Big One for One Drop there was a lot of interesting analysis from very high level pros, but there was a pretty big mistake that several of them made. I heard them say a couple of times that once it got to the final table and [...]
So, one of the cooler videos I did for Poker VT a while back was on variance. I don’t think most people truly appreciate how crazy variance can get. In one of my earliest videos I showed off a program written by RVG (who later went on to create HEM) that was an ROI simulator. [...]
With the closure of the two largest sites in the US I’ve taken to playing a lot more live as I live in Las Vegas. I’m still feeling things out and running around to various poker rooms to see what’s going on at each one. Here’s a picture of Binion’s from earlier tonight:
It’s been a long time since I posted a blog update. I just never have anything interesting to say.
Anyway, I’m writing this post in part because the SNG series is back on PokerVT. I haven’t run it in many months because of WSOP and then having a lot of eye issues but things are getting [...]
PokerStars blog post about the final table and his win.
Also he final tabled SCOOP 1 and SCOOP 28 for $350k in cashes.
And he won a watch, probably this one:
Since getting over being moderately sick for a few months I’ve started to pick things up again. I’ve got a couple of students who are doing good: one went from being a losing player to being up 150 buyins in slightly over a month and has moved up two levels and the other doesn’t [...]