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Icmizer - Fri Dec 06, 2013, 02:57 AM
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anyone used ICMIZER particulary for sng hu play, if so how is this used best? what information can u take from this? for example if a 11bb stack opens it says it is +ev to shove any 2 cards if they are raising 65% of hands but only calling the shove 30% of the time.... am i reading this right
 
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Fri Dec 06, 2013, 04:26 AM
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I believe Nash is more popular for HU and ICMIZER for MTTs.
I personally think ICMIZER is rather inaccurate unless you have a lot of hands on villain, or you have info on what their range might be in various spots.

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Fri Dec 06, 2013, 06:48 AM
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yer, i got some investigating to do, and would like to know what people know here..
as far as i can grasp at the moment icmizer and nash is used in hyper hu sng, nash for push folding range as well as calling ranges, but nash doesnt give anything about 3 betting etc... so i think icmizer is working out a more optimal way to play specific opponents, nash is unexploitable but not optimal for maximum profit, anyway.... hoping to hear if anyone uses any of these systems , how to use them correctly so on and so on
 

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