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bio website grinderschool.com
location Jenks, Oklahoma
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By day I work as a programmer/CEO/one-man-show at a small software development company called Interware Innovations. In my spare time, I'm the CEO of an online poker training site: Grinderschool.com


Jan
24
revised What is a 'wet board'?
Fixed typo
Jan
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
22
answered What is the purpose of a continuation bet, and when is it best applied in Hold'em?
Jan
21
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
19
answered At what point does poor etiquette turn into cheating?
Jan
19
revised NL200: Many possible lines to showdown in this 3-bet pot
Elaborated on turn play
Jan
19
comment NL200: Many possible lines to showdown in this 3-bet pot
I'll edit to elaborate my thoughts on turn play.
Jan
17
answered NL200: Many possible lines to showdown in this 3-bet pot
Jan
17
comment NL200: Many possible lines to showdown in this 3-bet pot
In the ~180 hands played, what has Villain seen of us? That's enough time for a reg at these stakes online to have his own reads/stats on us, and for him to react to it.
Jan
16
comment When should I use a polarized vs. a merged range?
+1 for the great edits.
Jan
16
revised What are some examples of good, free poker tournament software?
Improved title; added software tag
Jan
16
comment Are There Good Points-Based Ways To Handicap Home Poker Tournaments?
+1 for noting that merging ranking with payout is a poor idea
Jan
16
answered Are There Good Points-Based Ways To Handicap Home Poker Tournaments?
Jan
16
revised Call river all-in after missing flush-draw but hitting AK?
Expounded on preferred flop line
Jan
16
comment Are There Good Points-Based Ways To Handicap Home Poker Tournaments?
Can you please clarify what the goal of the point system is? To me it seems like separating the good players from the weak players is exactly what it should be seeking to do.
Jan
16
comment Call river all-in after missing flush-draw but hitting AK?
Yes, those are the stakes to which I was referring. A random $1/$2 live game plays roughly equivalent to a $0.10/$0.25 online game. Thus random players from each should be treated the same. Are you arguing that those two games do not play the same? Years of experience running a low stakes online training site lead me to be confident in that statement.
Jan
16
comment Call river all-in after missing flush-draw but hitting AK?
Under the assumption that this player knows what he's doing, I agree with your line and your thought process. But I disagree with that assumption, given that we're talking about $1/$2 live. As such, I think your range is way too narrow.
Jan
16
comment Call river all-in after missing flush-draw but hitting AK?
Against good players, I could agree with that. But this is a random $1/$2 live player. That's like an online player at $10nl-$25nl. There is something to be said for defining your opponent's hand range. As played, he could literally have any two cards.
Jan
16
answered Call river all-in after missing flush-draw but hitting AK?