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01-19-2018, 10:16 PM   #301
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Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver

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 Originally Posted by TeelXp We can do that. Please contact Simple Poker (OFFICIAL ACCOUNT). Once again, double check that you communicate with legal account.
I did write you ... via your website, almost a week ago now, no answer.

 01-20-2018, 04:01 PM #302 Hamsterduck enthusiast     Join Date: Dec 2012 Posts: 69 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver Hi. Trying to understand how rake is being factored in solutions. If I set rake to 5.5% and the Cap to 3, I get the sum of Nash EVs that seems to be way below the actual potsize: IMG The sum there amounts to 3.859, whereas with no rake set it would have ended up being close to 4.5. If the rake were indeed 5.5% the Sum of both players' nash EVs should have been much higher, no?
01-28-2018, 10:52 AM   #303
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Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver

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 Originally Posted by +VLFBERH+T I did write you ... via your website, almost a week ago now, no answer.
Hello. All the questions we get via site has a response. You could PM me your email, so I will personally contact you.
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 Originally Posted by Hamsterduck Hi. Trying to understand how rake is being factored in solutions. If I set rake to 5.5% and the Cap to 3, I get the sum of Nash EVs that seems to be way below the actual potsize: IMG The sum there amounts to 3.859, whereas with no rake set it would have ended up being close to 4.5. If the rake were indeed 5.5% the Sum of both players' nash EVs should have been much higher, no?
This question was discussed in the skype. The idea that the EV is shown taking in count paid rake for the whole strategy of the solved equlibrium.

 02-06-2018, 11:25 AM #304 shahrad old hand   Join Date: May 2008 Posts: 1,589 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver The skype support is neither friendly nor supportive. I want to buy a product but no one cares to give me an answer. Millionaires must act like this, I guess. SimplePoker (THE ONLY OFFICIAL ACCOUNT)
02-15-2018, 07:32 AM   #305
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Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver

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 Originally Posted by shahrad The skype support is neither friendly nor supportive. I want to buy a product but no one cares to give me an answer. Millionaires must act like this, I guess. SimplePoker (THE ONLY OFFICIAL ACCOUNT)
Hello!

Our skype support response everyday to all messages, sometimes it takes more time cause there are some other tasks or he is not fully available.

If he doesn't response the reason could be that skype just lost your message, it has a lot of bugs.

You shouldn't care about our money, poker tools is not our only business.

02-16-2018, 08:26 AM   #306
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Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver

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 Originally Posted by TeelXp Hello! Our skype support response everyday to all messages, sometimes it takes more time cause there are some other tasks or he is not fully available. If he doesn't response the reason could be that skype just lost your message, it has a lot of bugs. You shouldn't care about our money, poker tools is not our only business.
I don't care about your money but my guess was right: Millionaires.

 02-25-2018, 10:56 AM #307 Duncelanas Pooh-Bah     Join Date: Nov 2009 Location: Losing money at husngs Posts: 5,043 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver Can you add a feature setting the minimum betsize to 1 bb? As a HU hyper player it's quite difficult -- I want turn donks for OOP, but while a decent size (1.5bb into 4) donk works on turns in mr/c or in limped pots with cb, in limped pots with flop x/x that size winds up going to 0.8bb. Obviously there's the rounding feature, but that winds up rounding other numbers elsewhere in the trees that I don't want rounded. Any assistance appreciated.
 03-21-2018, 03:50 PM #309 isunkurbttlship Pooh-Bah     Join Date: Mar 2010 Posts: 5,895 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver Damn, bought this 3 months too early
 03-21-2018, 06:28 PM #310 eat.sleep.poker newbie   Join Date: Jan 2018 Posts: 22 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver bought it 10days to early
 03-22-2018, 07:54 AM #311 TeelXp See my Commercial Software thread   Join Date: Apr 2012 Location: Pokerland Posts: 256 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver isunkurbttlship, I hope it is not very disappointing and you gain advantage using our software during 3 months eat.sleep.poker, and this is really disappointing. Anyway our goal is popularization of GTO, making it available for players. We are glad to see new users. So, we can make a discount for Simple GTO Trainer for you. It is a very useful addition to SPF! (contact me in private if you are interested)
 03-27-2018, 05:56 AM #312 lutherBlissett stranger   Join Date: Jan 2013 Posts: 7 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver Hi, I've made a preflop HU simulation in order to match my game rake and sizes, but the results I've got are way too strange and different from either common sense and "public" sims (like the one I'm going to post below) and I can't understand the reason why. SP sim: eff. stack 100, sb 0.5, bb 1, start pot 0. subset 184 flop. - rake% 5, cap 0.25 - size preflop: 3, 10, 24, 100 - postflop p1 bet: flop none, turn 50%-200%, river 75%-200% p1 raise: flop 1/2 pot, turn 1/2 pot, river 50%-200% - postflop p2 bet: flop 30%, turn 75%-120%, river 75-200% p2 raise: flop 1/2 pot, turn 1/2 pot, river 50%-200% My sim: eff. stack 100, sb 0.5, bb 1, start pot 0. subset 74 flop. - rake% 5.5, cap 0.1 - size preflop: 2.5, 10, 24, 100 - postflop p1 bet: flop none, turn pot, river 75%-150% p1 raise: flop 2/3 pot, turn 2/3 pot, river 3/4 pot - postflop p2 bet: flop 30%-75%, turn 75%, river 75-150% p2 raise: flop 1/2 pot, turn 2/3 pot, river 3/4 pot It strikes me as wrong that in my simulation SB would raises only 69%, whether in the SP simulation it raises 77% for 3bb with higher rake (facing 3bets 25% of the time instead of my 27+); but the very odd thing is that in my simulation BB folds vs 4bet a miserable 9% of the time instead of the 32% fold of the 3-10-24-100 SP sim, with similar 4b% ranges where my sim even picks stronger hands to 4bet as a bluff on average. Where could such differences come from? is it the very arbitrary choice of postflop sizes? and why would that be the case with these sizes in particular? - or is it because of a bias subset of flops? All of this seems very unlikely to me. Thanks in advance to anyone who wants to discuss it. Last edited by lutherBlissett; 03-27-2018 at 06:03 AM.
 04-11-2018, 12:15 PM #313 eat.sleep.poker newbie   Join Date: Jan 2018 Posts: 22 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver is x4 flop compression enough accurately ?
 05-05-2018, 02:32 AM #314 Duncelanas Pooh-Bah     Join Date: Nov 2009 Location: Losing money at husngs Posts: 5,043 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver I just realized this after over a year of using the software, and imo this is a really terrible default feature -- when you're looking at a solution and click on a specific box (let's say I click on A8o to see the detailed strategy), the program auto-selects the first combo of A8o (As8c) and shows detailed information for just that specific combo in the box below (abs%, played%, equity, ev). You can then highlight multiple combos to aggregate the stats. Basically, this whole time I've assumed that the initial click aggregated the stats for every combo of the hand, and then we can look at the ev of each individual combo by selecting it out of the combo list. I really really think the program should work this way as default -- if I want to see more detailed information about A8o, I'm looking for info about all A8o combos, not specifically As8c. If I want only information about As8c, it makes sense that I would go into the list and then specifically select that combo. I strongly suggest that you make the first click on a combo in the grid aggregate all the combos together for the bottom information box, instead of having it display the info for XsYc as a default.
05-14-2018, 08:48 AM   #315
TeelXp

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Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver

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 Originally Posted by Duncelanas I just realized this after over a year of using the software, and imo this is a really terrible default feature -- when you're looking at a solution and click on a specific box (let's say I click on A8o to see the detailed strategy), the program auto-selects the first combo of A8o (As8c) and shows detailed information for just that specific combo in the box below (abs%, played%, equity, ev). You can then highlight multiple combos to aggregate the stats. Basically, this whole time I've assumed that the initial click aggregated the stats for every combo of the hand, and then we can look at the ev of each individual combo by selecting it out of the combo list. I really really think the program should work this way as default -- if I want to see more detailed information about A8o, I'm looking for info about all A8o combos, not specifically As8c. If I want only information about As8c, it makes sense that I would go into the list and then specifically select that combo. I strongly suggest that you make the first click on a combo in the grid aggregate all the combos together for the bottom information box, instead of having it display the info for XsYc as a default.
Hello!
To view aggregated information about the cell, just right-click on it.

05-14-2018, 08:51 AM   #316
TeelXp

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Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver

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 Originally Posted by eat.sleep.poker is x4 flop compression enough accurately ?
Hello!

You could see the accuracy in Nash Distance. Sometimes x4, doesn't allow to achieve very low value of Nash Distance but you will see it.

 06-18-2018, 10:55 AM #317 Mikko.Poker enthusiast   Join Date: Nov 2007 Posts: 85 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver Hi, Is the program still viable? I've been trying to contact SimplePoker for a few days now. I'm interested in buying the product, but I'd like to hear some recommendations. Is the 150\$ for 6months worth it? Does the software work well with piosolver? Is it easy to make custom training exercises? In example random low flop cbet situations IP or 3bet pot cbets OOP?
 06-28-2018, 02:31 PM #318 straightflexin23 stranger   Join Date: Aug 2016 Posts: 6 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver I recently purchased a new computer and transferred my hard drive over. Now, when I try to use Simple Postflop, I'm unable to use the solver because the solver was registered on my old computer. When I click on Standalone>Licenses, and click "Enter License Key", I get a message that says "MachineKey is empty, check whether running SimpleEngine.exe". How should I resolve this problem? Thanks
 07-04-2018, 07:12 AM #319 Dbk_killer journeyman   Join Date: Dec 2017 Posts: 220 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver I'm having really annoying and weird technical problems with SP free version. When I run it it asks if I want to update and if I try to update there's an error saying a .bat file is missing and it shuts down. Then when I try to open it again it won't start and I need to reinstall the program. So I choose not to update and open SP. It works fine until I minimise the window and bring it up again. When I do this the scroll bar is gone and I can't scroll down to game tree settings, mouse wheel doesn't work either and I have to restart SP every time. Anyone have any solutions for this? I can upload screens if needed. Thanks
08-07-2018, 12:44 PM   #320
TeelXp

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Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver

Hello!
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 Originally Posted by Mikko.Poker Hi, Is the program still viable? I've been trying to contact SimplePoker for a few days now. I'm interested in buying the product, but I'd like to hear some recommendations. Is the 150\$ for 6months worth it? Does the software work well with piosolver? Is it easy to make custom training exercises? In example random low flop cbet situations IP or 3bet pot cbets OOP?
Yes. We are still viable.
Is the 150\$ for 6months worth it? - yes
Does the software work well with piosolver? -yes

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 Originally Posted by straightflexin23 I recently purchased a new computer and transferred my hard drive over. Now, when I try to use Simple Postflop, I'm unable to use the solver because the solver was registered on my old computer. When I click on Standalone>Licenses, and click "Enter License Key", I get a message that says "MachineKey is empty, check whether running SimpleEngine.exe". How should I resolve this problem? Thanks
Contact our skype SimplePoker for the assistance to resolve this issue

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 Originally Posted by Dbk_killer I'm having really annoying and weird technical problems with SP free version. When I run it it asks if I want to update and if I try to update there's an error saying a .bat file is missing and it shuts down. Then when I try to open it again it won't start and I need to reinstall the program. So I choose not to update and open SP. It works fine until I minimise the window and bring it up again. When I do this the scroll bar is gone and I can't scroll down to game tree settings, mouse wheel doesn't work either and I have to restart SP every time. Anyone have any solutions for this? I can upload screens if needed. Thanks
Please, send us short video of this issue, we will try to find out the solution for it.

 08-10-2018, 06:17 AM #321 chief1 stranger   Join Date: Nov 2015 Posts: 13 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver Hello, are there any known issues with the latest windows 10 version/update? I installed simple postflop on a new computer and get different bluescreens every time I use it. As its a fresh setup I can exclude pretty much all other programs causing the trouble. Its Windows 10 Pro, Version 1803. Thank you.
08-16-2018, 12:31 PM   #322
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Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver

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 Originally Posted by chief1 Hello, are there any known issues with the latest windows 10 version/update? I installed simple postflop on a new computer and get different bluescreens every time I use it. As its a fresh setup I can exclude pretty much all other programs causing the trouble. Its Windows 10 Pro, Version 1803. Thank you.
Hello! Conact our skype regarding this issue and provide the screenshot. No one noticed us about such problem.

 08-16-2018, 01:27 PM #324 TeelXp See my Commercial Software thread   Join Date: Apr 2012 Location: Pokerland Posts: 256 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver We invite you to join our discord server: https://discord.gg/RhpgpBS
 08-16-2018, 07:18 PM #325 eat.sleep.poker newbie   Join Date: Jan 2018 Posts: 22 Re: Simple Postflop - Advanced Preflop and Postflop GTO Solver Is 8GB of RAM enough for calculating heads up spots up to 33bb deep in SPH?

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