Be a better poker player - Scenario 1 JTs with a dreamlike flop - iRuleThem/App





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Uploaded on Apr 9, 2011

A scenario is the interesting part of a poker game. That part was analyzed by use of the iRuleThem app on an iPhone 3GS. The app was used to simulate each state of interest during a real time poker session. (E.g. after someone raises the pot on the turn massively its interesting if with the private cards given a call / fold or raise is the right option to choose.)
Each scenario leads to a YouTube-movies displaying all events in real-time. After the scenario/app part the results of an experimental evaluation are displayed.

Each scenario begins with its configuration with its simulating results. They are fallowed by the diagram interpretations of the simulating results. These results are mainly the probabilities to win without and with drawn cards (called p(win_0) and p(win_1)). These probabilities are the result of the resulting simulation winnings divided by its tries. A probability to win of 0 means a guaranteed losing. If its value is equal to 1 than the winning is not in question. That's because 1 represents the best reachable combination with the community cards given.
Next over the two main buttons (New, Simulate) the current game settings (All-In / Number of opponents) can be found.

After the privates are setup its rating is displayed. It's the rank of these specific hole cards given compared with all other possible start hands. Overall there are 169 possible start hand variants. Each start hand has its group. The first group [1] is reserved for the best start hands and the fifth group [5] contains the worst.

Each scenario movie contains screenshots with a graphical representation of the results computed by simulation. These results are created by a simulation with the settings and configurations specified on the images before. The graphical evaluation always shows two main diagrams and 9 combination type specific diagrams:

- The first diagram is the winning probability called p(win_1) as graphical bar diagram. The white line indicates the start winning probability without drawing any cards p(win_0). The red bar indicates losing. The green bar represents winning and yellow is reserved for draw endings.

- The diagram below is displaying the reachable combinations and its probability to win by aid of any drawn card.

- On the right are the combination diagrams. Each combination occurrence probability is defining a red bar. The green sub bar is showing the success rate with that specific combination type. If there is no red left each reaching of that combination is a win.

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