I am trying to understand how solvers work, but most GTO books just give examples of easy and straight forward toy games and then they jump to outputs from solvers and I feel there is some gap between those easy games and solvers results.

Is there some public example in a book, video tutorial or anything of how the solvers work in sort of "step by step" manner to fully understand how the results are obtained?

  • Heya only saw your question today, I think you may struggle to find step by step exactly as folks are charging for their solver algorithms, however you can find fairly good posts about it from a higher level. I found a nice article on it here - 888poker.com/magazine/poker-world/….
    – Grinch91
    Commented Jun 26, 2023 at 12:55
  • I'm not going to post this as an answer as I feel I don't answer the actual question of the 'under the hood' and the 'step by step' you're looking for. I think you may struggle to find that. I do also know of this opensource one, which if you're so inclined you could read the code and probably work out how it is reaching it's conclusions. github.com/bupticybee/TexasSolver
    – Grinch91
    Commented Jun 26, 2023 at 12:58


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