WiltOnTilt begins with a primer on the importance of math in NL Hold'em. In a classroom setting, he discusses probability and odds, variance, pot equity, and introduces us to Expected Value (EV).
WiltOnTilt will discuss key concepts related to the mathematics of No-Limit play using Powerpoint. Begin with the basics: probability and pot odds. Then follow Wilt to more advanced arenas: implied odds and reverse implied odds, software tools and mental shortcuts for equity calculations, complex EV calculations, and an exploration of fold equity. And watch this series conclude with a discourse on the ultimate in professional poker math: hand frequencies, valuebetting, and G-bucks.
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Hi Matt, this question has been asked before but unfortunately the answer is no. While I'm sure many would be using the powerpoint in purely educational ways I'm somewhat concerned of people mis-using it and diluting the very hard work I put into the whole thing.
Sorry man, I know it would be helpful to have. I hope you understand.
not sure if the PowerPoint presentation of the full series is available anywhere? WOuld be very handy for reviewing all the info.
Aaron worked very hard on this project and in order to protect that material from being reproduced, it is not available.
Hope everyone understands,
Thats completely understandable. However, I really want to look back over a few key points of the series without having to watch/fast-forward through it all. It just helps to cement the ideas in your head, quickly. I should have taken notes really.
Not sure if anyone can just post the equations / a skeleton summary of the series? This would help immensely.
Thanks HappyFool. I promise you we'll be getting into some more advanced stuff, but I wanted to make sure everyone has a base foundation of knowledge, so even total newbies will be able to understand the later stuff.
Thanks for watching!
Yup, this is a great idea. I am familiar with most of these terms covered in this episode but not quite comfortable, so this was a great review for me. Definitely much better than trying to re-read another Sklansky book the thought of which makes me want to fall asleep
Joe Tall and others who are of limit fame said the videos were helpful to them. I'm not sure overall how helpful it is for limit poker as I don't really play LHE, however since I talk about hand ranges and hand reading and things like that throughout, it could be beneficial.
Some of the episodes, such as the one based on fold equity, will have a lot less benefit for the LHE player though.
Great! A lot is this is basic knowledge that most of us have, but review never hurts and there are new ideas scattered throughout even the basics. So please keep it the way that you are doing it. Perfect. I am especially interested in shortcuts at the table.