This is a discussion on Ace Poker Drills Vs Dead Solid Poker within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; I'm contemplating getting one of them and haven't decided. There is very little outside with regards to reviews on either of them for me to
I'm contemplating getting one of them and haven't decided. There is very little outside with regards to reviews on either of them for me to make a decision.
Anyone have experience with either of them or both?
Which one would you all recommend?
29th June 2013, 3:29 PM
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I've got ace poker drills, only the free version for praçtising odds and outs...good though if you are new to that stuff.
29th June 2013, 7:47 PM
John A [5,072]
What's your goal? What are you hoping to learn. They are both a bit different in what they do. One is a poker AI, and poker AI is only going to be as good as the person who's designing it. Bad poker player, bad poker AI. Now matter how good the developer.
There's lots of reviews of ace poker drills on other major forums. It's a quizzing application though, and not a poker AI.
30th June 2013, 3:05 AM
My basic goal is to stretch my learning through software. An application that drills in situational decisions but also explains them clearly.
For example, there was an ICM app I got. All it tells is if my decision to fold or push is right or wrong. What I'm looking for is an app that explains why it is right to push/fold in that particular situation.
Also I feel in some or most common situations online (without the physical tells) decisions should be automatic, like second nature.
A coaching software that tells me, it's right to make a continuation bet into 1 opponent and fold the same hand into 3 opponents because...?
Ace Poker Drills Vs Dead Solid Poker are two poker training programs. and i recommend you Ace poker drills (http://acepokerdrills.com/), that runs through a bunch of drills and will help you figure your equity, choose your pre-flop holdings, and put players on ranges of hands.