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Poker subsets and abstractions

Poker subsets and abstractions No Limit Hold’Em is an extraordinarily complex game: a truly accurate representation of the game consists of more nodes than there are atoms in the universeAs a result, players worldwide have sought to create simpler game models to minimize the computational requirements of solving poker. These gamespace simplifications are “abstractions”. What…

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GTO Wizard Themes Competition Winners

GTO WIZARD THEMES COMPETITION WINNERS Hello Wizards, in August, we announced a themes competition, where we gave you a chance to win a 1-month Premium membership on GTO Wizard. Today, we are proud to announce the winners. 🏆 If you want to use any theme, copy the code and import it into the GTO Wizard…

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Why doesn’t my solution match GTO Wizard?

Why doesn’t my solution match GTO Wizard? So, you’ve got your own solutions to some spot, compared it to GTO Wizard, and noticed that the strategy isn’t the same. So what’s going on here? Shouldn’t you get the exact same results? This is one of the most common questions we get on the GTO Wizard…

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Understanding Nash Distance

Understanding Nash Distance One of the most common questions when studying with solvers is “Why does the solver take this action when that action is higher EV”? For example, in this scenario below we can see checking is a higher EV than betting, yet the solution wants to bet this hand: Example of solver noise…