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How I Crush With PokerSnowie Part 1

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Nick Whitton
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Nick has been a true microstakes grinder playing 10,000's of hands at each level of the microstakes. He has a growing win rate due to his hard work ethic and passion for the game. Nick has become familiar with almost every site which gives him a great insight into all playing styles. His knowledge on the basics of poker is fresh and suited well to todays game with a combination of feel and EV calculations. With a microstakes tournament win, SnG experience and currently crushing cash games, Nick feels he is becoming a well rounded player and is keen to share with you all of his knowledge!     

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The AI software which allows you to run sims in every situation has launched it's new platform update which includes the 1/4 pot bet button and improved overall performance in HU and Full Ring situations.

This video shows you how top pros use the PokerSnowie tool to identify leaks, learn GTO lines and how to not be exploited when at the poker tables. You can claim your free PokerSnowie trial Here

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Robbie_Jay

Robbie_Jayon 9/10/16

Nice intro video! I do have pokersnowie and I got it a while ago to practice and learn the game, review hands and so on. However, at the stakes where I'm playing (NL2-NL10) it goes wrong when you're trying to implement snowie's advise too much after reviewing and stuff into your game, you start to lose because most of the players don't play in that way (fish, bad players etc..) and so I find that whenever I try to use pokersnowie challenge to practice or even review hands from my 'real' game results in worse and losing play. Also when importing my hands into snowie from my playing-style that does work at these limits for review and you look at your errors and blunders it seems like you're a very bad player making all kinds of mistakes and blunders according to snowie which is of course also not helping you because then you try to change that again and look at snowies advise only to start losing again. So I'm not really using it now and will probably be using it as I move up the limits where it will most certainly be very useful. What are your thoughts about this?

CrazyCookie

CrazyCookieon 12/10/16

Hi Robbie, don't use PokerSnowie as target for what your game should look like! You are completely right that most players at 2nl- even 50nl and 100nl do not play a style that PokerSnowie would crush. Snowie calls down very light in a lot of examples that the vast majority of micro stakes players just aren't bluffing much in, It will also bluff a bit too much and value bet a bit too thin for micro stakes games. The best advice I can give you is to use snowie as a tool to improve your game. Look at your blunders and be open to them potentially being big issues in your game. Lots won't as they will be in spots where you may be calling down a lunatic or bluffing a nit but it is important to still look at these spots and understand why Snowie is suggesting it is wrong. I used Snowie to practice playing my entire range in spots and not really looking at it's suggestion. eg: I open on the button and BB(snowie) calls the flop comes TsJs3d Snowie checks. I then pull up my entire range in this spot and will pick out my value bets and semi bluffs and see what other hands I can add to that betting range to make my range balanced but also exploiting players tendency to fold too often to cbets. Once I had a fairly tricky range to play against ie. 30% strong value bets 30% semi bluffs and 40% worse semi bluffs ( 2OC or BDFDs) I would then look at villains range in that spot and what they will do with their range. With Snowie we can get that analysis really quickly in the scenario tab (Check out episode 4: https://www.pokervip.com/coaching-videos/how-i-crush-poker-with-pokersnowie-part-4) with this infomation I may add mroe bluffs to my range or take some out. I will then think about how players play at my stake level and adjust the range again. After you this in a few spots you will begin to massively improve your range thinking and how to best exploit villains at your stake.

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