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Comments about CoffeCalcs from $60-$100 division players 

More pros are discovering the power of CoffeeCalcs, our calculator and analysis tool dedicated specifically to heads-up play. We've asked a few $60 $100 division regs for their comments on this powerful software:

Studying 0-25bb poker is more comfortable with CoffeeCalcs than any other software.


CoffeeCalcs is useful for working on preflop strategies and is good for visualizing play postflop - seeing where your range is strong, where it's weak, where you're polar, where your opponent is polar, etc."


I think CoffeeCalcs is a mandatory software for HUSNG players that are looking to improve their game. It's like ICMIZER and Flopzilla combined, but with even more added features like the preflop strategy planner, which allows you to build your ranges, view your ranges and analyze or modify them at any time. This results in having a better strategy versus your opponents.


The best thing I like about CoffeeCalcs is the range vs range strategy builder. Another great thing is that you have ICMIZER and Flopzilla in the same program.


currrr14: Breaking Down A Villain's Ranges Part II 

Here's the second installment in currrr14's new series of videos on how to break down an opponent's ranges. While the first video was all about analyzing the stats on this opponent, a high stakes reg, to put him in ranges, this part proceeds on to reviewing hand histories versus this opponent, using our enlightened knowledge of opponent's ranges as the context for reviewing the decisions made.

Check out the first video here if you missed it, and stay tuned for more in this series.

sa1251's Turbo Speed HUSNG 

Sean Anthony sets hyper turbo vids aside for a moment and, per forum request, brings us a turbo speed vid. Here, he faces an unfamiliar player at $7 buyin on PokerStars. Sean reviews in time with the action, but also takes advantage of slower moments and gives extra attention to a few hands of interest.

This week I tracked 49 players - 22 showed profit, 17 had losses and 10 were break-even. Winners combined for about ~$134,000, losers for ~$159,000. CHAINSAWDONK played biggest sample - 1546 games.

Olivier "Adonis112" Busquet Won The Most

Three Of Our Regs Share Their Thoughts On The Rake Decrease 

As we reported last week, PokerStars reversed the recent rake increase. Stevan "random_chu" Chew, Daniel "Pl@yerABC" Sklar, and Andy "mightmad" Lee, three regs that our readers will recognize for their ever-readiness to answer our questions, share their thoughts:

Although I'd like to think it had something to do with the strike, I think it's more to do with them analysing the data and realising they've made an error.
In terms of trust, I personally don't have any trust issues with them - I mean, they're a business, and they're going to do what's best for their business. Although I think their rake increase was extremely short sighted, and a PR nightmare in terms of the backflip, I don't necessarily think they're out to get us.

Stevan "random_chu" Chew

Canceling decisions that don't bring desired results is logical, but not an easy thing to do. In personal life or business life sometimes we need to reconsider our previous decisions. It's great to hear that Amaya company is willing to make changes based on facts, data and customer's feedback. I will continue to play on PokerStars and as a player and a customer I hope they will continue to make good decisions in the future!

Daniel "Pl@yerABC" Sklar


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