The BEST Way to Analyze Poker Hands

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Keep watching if you’re looking for advice on breaking down poker hands like a poker pro or finding the best way to analyze poker hands. Hint: It’s not using a GTO poker solver or GTO poker training tool!

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Poker GTO study tools are an excellent way to delve deep into how to play game theory optimal poker, but they might not be the best way for you to break down poker hands if you’re not already a high level poker player with a solid foundation.

The best way to analyze poker hands is to speak about hands with other poker players.

Take your hands and don’t just look at whether you got it in good or were betting while ahead, break down the assumptions you have about your opponent as well as both of your ranges and THEN start doing some poker math.

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The BEST Way to Analyze Poker Hands

5 thoughts on “The BEST Way to Analyze Poker Hands

  1. This is exactly why I started sharing hands in comment sections more often.
    I'm gonna have to look up my hands, because there were quite a few interesting ones I've played recently.

  2. how do i submit a question? i would like to hear your thoughts on bluffing frequency and strategy in PLO vs NLHE

  3. So many small winning players do not understand this. They default to the "proper" play. The problem is, the "proper" play does not take into account player tendencies. People will die on this hill, and that's why they're still grinding 25NL

  4. It seems to be forever changing with the meta, like all games of skill. If players arent adapting, it would be solved, but with NL it cant ever be solved and humans arent computers.

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