A free demo of our No Limit Tourney short stack module, restricted to just 6bb and 14bb stack sizes.
A free demo of our Pot Limit Omaha 100bb module, restricted to just the CO (cutoff) position with no rake.
Correctly value the relationship between position, stack depth, and hand strength. This module gives equal weight to both shoving and calling ranges, while also focusing more on the "close" decisions (after all, everyone knows to play AA and fold 23o). Questions you get wrong are brought back more frequently so you can hone in on your leaks immediately.
Master when to overbet shove, when to 3bet-fold, and how your ranges shift with changing stack sizes. Confidentaly navigate the tricky midstack sizes that are most common in tournaments. Covers 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, and 50bb stack sizes all together.
Perfect your deep stack ante game, a weakness of many tournament players. Naturally develop balanced 3bet, 4bet, and 5bet+ ranges, a hard task even for the most seasoned pro.
Like the NL Tourney 100bb module but without antes. This is perfect for cash game players as well as tournament players looking to hone their pre-ante strategy. There are three different cash game modules. Modules 'A' and 'B' use different sizings. Module 'Simple' uses a simplified game-tree where all positions except the big blind play 3bet/fold and the SB has no limping range. See the FAQ for more info.
Master heads-up NL ranges with modules covering these stack depths: 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 75, and 100bb. Perfect for HU SNGs and Cash. Includes a mixed limping strategy for 30bb and less.
With the tens of thousands of possible PLO hands, the best method to mastering preflop PLO is in developing your hand evaluation skills through practice. PLO ranges are all solver-based with micro-stakes, mid-stakes, and high-stakes rake modules as well as no-rake modules available. These modules make the hand evaluation process both easy and fun as you'll immediately identify any GTO leaks you might have.
Two different PLO HU modules covering the most common preflop strategies. Module A uses a pure raise/fold strategy from the SB. Module B uses a mixed strategy of limp/raise/fold from the SB.