Introducing PokerSage: A Free Tool for Short-Stacked HU Play

Posted on Feb 17, 2009 by Gugel in Poker Strategy, Preflop

I wasnt sure if I wanted to release this tool.  The whole point of this blog is to make you a better heads up player.  Thinking deeply about hands and your opponents is what makes you good and PokerSage takes thinking out of the equation.

With PokerSage, all you have to do is press a button when you (or your opponent) has 7 big blinds or less and itll automatically make a mathematically unexploitable decision.  Its more commonly known as the SAGE system and its based on the John Nashs Equalibrium Theory.

If you do decide to use PokerSage, at least think about why the SAGE system is unexploitable.  Poker is pattern masked in randomness.  Your job is to figure out the pattern.

Click here start using PokerSage.

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One Response to Introducing PokerSage: A Free Tool for Short-Stacked HU Play

  1. JemY

    18. Feb, 2009

    Nice one, but I dont see why youd want to play a 7BB shortstacker