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.

New AI



Using new bet sizes

We are likely going to see situations that favored checking in the old AI that can now utilize the 25% pot bet size in the new AI. To recap, this is because we can get value from more of the opponent's range by forcing them to call with a wider range. Let's look at an example.

Why use small bet sizes in poker

Since our new AI release, which introduceding the quarter pot bet size, we have received several input and a lot of feedback from our customers, and so we decided therefore to provide some more articles around it in response. 
In this article, Eric Graul discusses why we are using smaller bet sizes and when to use them to maximize our value.

Old vs New AI: Bluff raise on the flop

Sharp explores an interesting scenario where the old and new AI recommends different moves after flopping a straight and flush draw. He also uses the scenario evaluation tool to examine several hands where a call is the better move.

Old vs New AI: Facing strong combo draws

In part four of the Old AI v New AI series, Sharp analyses a call verse raise scenario when faced with draw combos. By examining all the decision making influences Sharp explains why the new PokerSnowie makes a stronger evaluation.