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Quick start guide 1/2 - Calculation and basic functionalities
Quick Start Guide new to solvers Calculation and basic functionalities Quick Start Guide 2/2 Basis analysis Poker & Deepsolver Dictionary Back to help center Introduction This is a written quick start guide for Deepsolver. In this quick start, you will find basic fu
Back to help center ** Below you will find an explanation of the most important poker terms that we are using.** 3-Bet: The first reraise in the preflop stage. The "two bets" term relates to the first rise pre-flop, so the next raise is "three bets". For simplicity, it's called often a "3-bet". 4-Bet: A raise of a 3-bet, "four bets." 6-MAX: A 6-seated game of poker, typically played in online cash games. Ace-high: A hand wit
Quick start guide 2/2 - Basic analysis
Quick Start Guide new to solvers Basic analysis Quick Start Guide 1/2 Calculation and basic functionalities Poker & Deepsolver Dictionary Advanced analytics
Deepsolver GTO Trainer
Deepsolver GTO Trainer Back to help center Introduction With our GTO Training mode, you are able to set up custom boards, ranges, pots, stacks and any scenario you want. Train with the best player in the world (our AI) and crush your stakes with ease. Deepsolver gives you unlimited freedom to learn, and explore the depth of GTO strategy. 1. How to
GTO Preflop Range Shop
GTO preflop range shop Back to help center Introduction You might spend your time - and your hourly - creating your own, custom ranges. Also you can buy your ranges on the internet for high prices. With our GTO preflop range shop, this is no longer necessary. In just a few clicks you can have your ranges and all for free. What you'll do here: Learn how to use GTO ranges in our shop and apply them wherever you want in Deepsolver.
Importing ranges Back to help center What you'll do here: Learn how to insert, edit, and import ranges, how to use the range search feature, browse and categorize your ranges. To import your ranges, click on the "+" in the top right corner of your dashboard: In the drop-down that appears, click on import ranges: !(https://storage.crisp
Want to create a more customized game tree?
Want to create a more customized game tree? Back to help center What you'll do here Learn how to create a customized game tree in the custom hand feature. Have some other idea which bet or raise sizes to use in your tree? Here is the place to do it. Build a decision tree After you choose the custom hand option from Deepsolver dashboard and complete the define game section you can see the section below. Click on "Cu
Name your hand
Name your hand Back to help center To easily find your hand later in your library, you can give your hand a name. At the top of your screen, you see a navigation bar, the hand that is visible has a different color, in this example Game#3. To name your hand, simply click to the left of the name on the icon that has now appeared, and rename your hand, in thi
Categorizing your hand
Back to help center Categorize your hands Place your hands in a folder to keep it organized. In this section of the quick start guide, you'll learn how to categorize your hands. Click on the load game button in your dashboard, and the following screen will appear: 1.
Exporting a hand (Strategy/Ranges)
Export a hand (Strategy/Ranges) Back to help center You can export the strategy or ranges of a calculated hand in two ways: Save as a file Copy to clipboard You can save the strategy as a CSV file and your ranges as an RNG file or a DeepSyntax. The hand export option is available on the 3rd step of the calculation flow, in this example _GTO