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Grinder Poker Strategy

We aren’t the #1 advanced poker training channel on YouTube for no reason. Our poker strategy has been tried, tested, analyzed and perfected, providing you with the most elite poker knowledge on the planet. 

Are you interested in plugging your leaks and adding to your edge with the most advanced poker strategy? Whether you want to work on your live tells, short stack or deep stacked play, or really perfect your execution of that super-tricky theory, our advanced poker training has something for you - and the goodreads keep coming. 

Grinder Poker Strategy

We aren’t the #1 advanced poker training channel on YouTube for no reason. Our poker strategy has been tried, tested, analyzed and perfected, providing you with the most elite poker knowledge on the planet. 

Are you interested in plugging your leaks and adding to your edge with the most advanced poker strategy? Whether you want to work on your live tells, short stack or deep stacked play, or really perfect your execution of that super-tricky theory, our advanced poker training has something for you - and the goodreads keep coming. 

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ICM Strategy in Action

ICM Strategy in Action

In this article we'll break down some examples where you can consider ICM in money situations late in tournaments or SNGs. 

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What is ICM?

What is ICM?

ICM is a measure of your fair share, aka "equity", in the prize pool. In this article we'll cover the basics of what is ICM and when you would use it.

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How to Switch from TAG to LAG

How to Switch from TAG to LAG

Switching from a TAG playing style to LAG is one of the most difficult changes to make, but doing so will give you more tools in your poker arsenal. 

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Weak-Tight Opponent Strategy (MICE)

Weak-Tight Opponent Strategy (MICE)

You'll encounter your fair share of weak-tights, or 'Mice’, at the tables. Generally speaking, Mice aren't the worst players out there, but they're far from perfect.

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Super Tight Opponent Strategy (NIT)

Super Tight Opponent Strategy (NIT)

By far the most math-based type of player you'll find at the tables, these super tight opponents - also called NITS - are the tightest of the tight poker player types. 

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G-Bucks

G-Bucks

G-Bucks is a concept coined by poker pro Phil Galfond that helps you to calculate the expected value of a hand against a range of hands.

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Poker Stats: PFR

Poker Stats: PFR

PFR is an invaluable stat to have in your back pocket because it can help you understand not only how you play, but how your opponents play.

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Poker Stats: VPIP

Poker Stats: VPIP

VPIP is a basic statistic that appears in Heads-Up Display software (HUD) that illustrates in percentage form the amount of time you make raises or calls pre-flop. 

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The REM Process

The REM Process

Range, equity, maximize - these are the three pillars that create the foundations of the REM process (a strategy that you can use to optimize your game and maximize your winnings). 

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Thin Value Betting

Thin Value Betting

Thin value betting is a strategy we can used to help us make difficult decisions on fifth street and maximize our potential winnings overall.

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Stack to Pot Ratio

Stack to Pot Ratio

Stack to pot ratio (SPR) is a calculation you can use in cash games to both simplify and optimize your post-flop decision making. 

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Range Balancing

Range Balancing

In a game of imperfect information, range balancing can sway this lack of data in your favour by making it difficult for your opponent to get a handle on you.

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Reverse Implied Odds

Reverse Implied Odds

Reverse implied odds refer to how much you can expect to lose if you make your draw, but your opponent still comes out with a better hand.

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Sklansky Dollars

Sklansky Dollars

Sklansky dollars are themselves imaginary, but the concept allows you to use your current pot equity to see how much money you can usually expect to snag from the pot.  

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Implied Odds

Implied Odds

Implied odds - which are essentially an extension of pot odds - allow you to better predict the outcome of calling a raise on a drawing hand.

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Successful Double Barrel Strategy

Successful Double Barrel Strategy

Double barrelling refers to the act of bluffing into a pot twice. Since your initial bluff didn’t pan out, double barrelling can be a risky strategy.

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Bluffing vs Semi-Bluffing

Bluffing vs Semi-Bluffing

Semi-bluffing is a form of bluffing that encapsulates a little slice of the unquenchable hopefulness that’s part and parcel of poker. 

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