Inside PokerSnowie's brain reveals the work of the Snowie AI Team. It 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.

PokerCoach updated!

Upon clicking the PokerCoach icon on your desktop, you will have noticed that an update is available.

So what’s really new with the new version of PokerCoach?

  • We've fixed a bug with our hand import tool - reloading existing hands is now a simple and rapid process.
  • You can now filter your hands by “in position” and “out of position” modes. In your hand browsing options, you will now find an additional hyperlink allowing you to select IP (In Position) or OOP (Out Of Position). Please note that the filters will work on any new hands uploaded but will be ignored for already imported hands preflop.

Go ahead, click that update button!

To proceed with the upgrade, start PokerCoach, follow the instructions provided and login to PokerCoach as usual. Your hand database will be updated but you will not lose any of your existing hands.

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A Basic Guide to Game Theory

Background

Game Theory was developed during the Second World War by John von Neumann, a mathematician, and Oskar Morgenstern, an economist, and developed by US mathematician John Forbes Nash Jr. In a 1951 article on Non-Cooperative games, Nash stated that at least one ‘Nash Equilibrium’ is present in any mixed strategy game with a finite set of actions. In relation to poker, it means that there exists an equilibrium called game theory optimal (GTO).

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