Hello. My approach to poker is very conceptual. I have spent countless hours studying with solvers to understand how computers 'think' about poker and the concepts that tie their strategy together. Because of this my game has a strong theoretical baseline, but I'm also very aware of how humans can make mistakes vs GTO, so I'd say my game is just as strong exploitatively too.
I currently play 500nl+ on ignition.
I don't coach MDA but I use my database in a lot of my study so I'm quite familiar with population tendencies and their common leaks.
My coaching aims to train you in 3 areas which I believe are the keys to improvement as a poker player:
- Conceptual understanding. Very technical, digging deep into pio sims to get a holistic understanding of what the solver is trying to do with its range (and why) as the IP and OOP player.
- Thought process. Knowing which factors are the most important to consider when making a decision in real time. This will improve your play in unfamiliar spots.
- Game plan. Combine conceptual understanding and exploitative reads to create a strategy that is theoretically sound and easy to execute.