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May 31, 2016

PokerRanger is a powerful piece of poker software that combines all the important features from various tools into a single application. Michael, the developer, sits down and walks us through some of the major highlights of the software along with his own journey that lead him into developing this tool.

Get the links for PokerRanger and additional information at www.redchippoker.com/35

May 24, 2016

Host James “SplitSuit” Sweeney gets interviewed in this episode. Sky asks great questions about coaching, playing, common leaks, and leads a great discussion about hand reading.

This is a rebroadcast of the interview originally featured on the Smart Poker Study podcast. A special thank you to Sky for both hosting the interview and allowing us to share it directly with Red Chippers!

Get the shownotes at www.redchippoker.com/34

May 17, 2016

GTO Range Builder is a world-class poker tool for mapping out game theory optimal decisions. Today we sit down with Alex Sutherland, the creator of GTORB, to pick his brain on GTO and understand how his software helps poker players make better decisions.

Get the links for GTORB and additional information at www.redchippoker.com/33

May 10, 2016

Do hands like 65s, A4s, and 97 get you a little excited, or alittle nervous? Doug Hull and Ed Miller lead today’s conversationand discuss the driving factors behind playing these handsprofitably. They go on to discuss the power and misconceptionsbehind small pocket pairs and explain why folding gutshots toooften is leaving money on the table. Nits beware!

Get the shownotes at www.redchippoker.com/32

May 3, 2016

New players love to say "tight is right" - but nits take this to the extreme. James "SplitSuit" Sweeney spends this episode discussing why being a nit is a bad idea. Concepts include why nits have awful frequencies, why a lack of showdowns is a bad thing, and why nits actually become targets to good players. If you know any nitty players, make sure to share this episode with them as well!

http://redchippoker.com/31

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