Matt Ranger(VodkaHaze)

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5 Videos14 Articles Since 2012

Matt Ranger, Small-Stakes PLO Coach at

Matt Ranger is a small stakes PLO player and coach from Montréal, Canada. He is also an economics student and claims to “have the rap patrol on gat patrol” (Editor’s note: we have no clue what this means either)

He started playing poker in 2010, and after mild success in live and online play, he eventually decided to play seriously. He started out at nano stakes NLH online, and built his bankroll from there across many different networks playing in cash games of both PLO and NLH. He now specializes in 6max and heads up PLO cash games, and is known for his aggressive style and thorough analysis of situations.

If you are looking for personal PLO coaching, or want to reach Matt for any other reason; you can say his name out loud three times in front of a mirror at midnight, or you can email him at

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$0.50/1 PLO Heads-Up: Dual Session Review

PokerVIP coach Matt Ranger reviews a long PLO HU session played at Ongame with fellow PLO specialist Maxime Lemay! Some ...

Matt Ranger 11,923 Views on 1/2/13

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Matt Ranger: 3-Betting in PLO

Matt explains the very complex 3-Betting strategy that faces us in PLO when so many hands look so juicy!

Matt Ranger 10,503 Views on 21/8/12

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Bluffcatching in PLO

Matt walks us through the concept of Bluff-catching in PLO.

Matt Ranger 9,932 Views on 21/4/12

Maximize Your Poker EarningsBest Australian Online Poker Rooms 2024

Discover the best Australian online poker rooms in 2024. Get exclusive bonuses and find the perfect blend of game variety, player traffic and promotions to maximize your winning potential.

Matt Ranger 1,007 Views on 9/1/24

Pot Limit Omaha (PLO)Dynamic Boards in Pot Limit Omaha

What is Dynamic Boards in Pot Limit Omaha and how learning to play them can help you in your game.

Matt Ranger 13,336 Views on 18/3/14

Pot Limit Omaha (PLO)Taking Notes in Pot Limit Omaha

Taking notes in Pot Limit Omaha is very important and we are all guilty for not doing it. Stew explains how taking notes can help.

Matt Ranger 11,739 Views on 11/2/14