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I know the theory behind the push or fold in heads up (Is well explained in The mathematics of poker of Chen & Ankenman). I know that exists software (e.g. ICM trainer) that computes the push or fold range, even in ICM scenario, in a multiway hand in push or fold regime. I am wondering which is the algorithm. In other words which is the fictitious play algorithm that this software are using? Well I am reading Kill Everyone of Lee Nelson, and in this is book is presented a table where you can know if push or fold the Hole cards based in in your stack and the M factor and I would like to reproduce this table. I googled a little bit but I had not found any reference.

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I found a sample implementation here: holdemresources.net/hr/sngs/icm/icmjava.html. –  lnafziger Jun 5 '13 at 19:55
    
great! thanx @Inafzieger –  emanuele Jun 6 '13 at 14:53
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Can you link to the place you are talking about please! –  Gaz Winter Mar 6 at 16:23
    
This doesn't seem like an attempt to answer the question. Maybe more of a comment. –  Toby Booth Mar 9 at 22:54
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