Inside PokerSnowie's brain reveals the work of Johannes Levermann, the head of research of Snowie Games. As the PokerSnowie "master trainer", Johannes explores first hand how the brain of PokerSnowie evolves and learns advanced strategic concepts, on its own.

PokerSnowie's ultimate aim is to produce the perfectly balanced game, find the ultimate un-exploitable equilibrium for all No Limit Hold'em configurations. Join us on this fascinating journey, which is just starting, into the future of poker.

The PokerSnowie Video Quiz series aims to answer the question: "what is the right play?" It is a set of poker coaching videos presented by French professional poker player Sharp. In each video, Sharp sets up an interesting hand in the "Scenarios" tool of PokerSnowie and explains how to analyse the situation and learn from PokerSnowie's advice, based on the Game Theory Optimal model.

PokerSnowie video quiz: Top pair top kicker and nut flush draw..

Top pair Top Kicker and Nut Flush Draw

You open under the gun with AQ Diamond and get called by the Hijack and the Small Blind. The flop comes QT9 for top pair with top kicker and the nut flush draw. You bet half pot and the SB check raises pot, which you call. The turn is blank (2 of spades). The SB checks, and you are now facing four options: Should you check, bet Half Pot, bet Pot or go All-In?

Preflop strategy - making 3-bets

 
In the previous article, we have examined how PokerSnowie constructs its range for opening the pot. This time, we go one move ahead and look at the next decision, the opportunity to make 3-bets.
 
Concretely, this is the example:

in a $5/$10 game, the cutoff player raises to $20 and the button player folds.

What are the ranges now for the SB player?

Bluff sizing on the river

Your 53 suited blanked on the river and you now face a choice. Should you check or make a bluff bet? And if betting, by how much? In the first of this Video Quiz series, Sharp takes you through the hand and shows how to better understand your options with the powerful analysis and scenario tools of PokerCoach, powered by PokerSnowie.

PokerSnowie well ahead of its challengers

PokerSnowie well ahead of its challengers

Since the release of Challenge PokerSnowie in PokerCoach on Thursday 12th December, several thousand players have already tried their hand against the most advanced NL Hold’em artificial intelligence.

So we thought we would share how PokerSnowie has been doing against its human challengers.

 

Sharp presents Challenge PokerSnowie - play against the ultimate No Limit Hold'em GTO player

The PokerSnowie team has launched  a new feature allowing players to go head to head against the best No Limit Hold'em GTO player - PokerSnowie. In this short introduction video, professional player and coach Sharp shows the functionality of Challenge PokerSnowie in PokerCoach, and demonstrates how to analyse the hands played against PokerSnowie.

Challenge PokerSnowie is live

 
Here at PokerSnowie HQ we frequently hear from our customers about how PokerCoach 2 has helped them to improve their game. It’s great to learn how you’ve patched previously uncovered leaks or built scenarios to grasp PokerSnowie’s advice from every angle.
 

Johannes Levermann on PokerXfactor with Eric 'Sheets' Haber

On Tuesday 19th November, Johannes Levermann was invited by Eric Sheets" Haber, one of the lead instructors of online training room PokerXfactor.com to come and discuss PokerSnowie during his classroom webinar.

The nearly two hours session is now available below:

Did I play my hand right?

Exploring the new scenario feature of PokerCoach powered by PokerSnowie

The scenario feature of PokerCoach powered by PokerSnowie lets you set up any situation, varying all the parameters to your heart’s content – number of players, stack sizes, hole cards, betting rounds, etc… - and do a detailed analysis of the ensuing scenarios.

It is an extremely powerful coaching feature, as it allows you to really drill down into specific situations and understand the logic behind the best possible moves.

In the following article, I explore 5 ways you can use scenarios to improve your game, have some fun and answer the ultimate question: “Did I play my hand right?”

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