Best GTO solver

DiamondDixie

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If this information is somewhere in this forum I apologize but I couldn't find it.

Which GTO solver software is the best for the money? I am a Poker Coaching member and they have one but it's only for pre-flop. I'm looking for one to evaluate every street.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Best for the money? Well, GTO+ is probably the cheapest (no subscription, just one the fee) in the long run. I can't say if it's better of worse than others but it's a tool that I have chosen.
 
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Best for the money? Well, GTO+ is probably the cheapest (no subscription, just one the fee) in the long run. I can't say if it's better of worse than others but it's a tool that I have chosen.

I agree that from what I have seen and tried, GTO+ is the cheapest solver I could find. It may not have as many options and bells and whistles as some of the more expensive solvers. It will also be less flexible to get what you want out of it, but you will generally always get what you for.
Good luck and God Bless.
 
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Best for the money? Well, GTO+ is probably the cheapest (no subscription, just one the fee) in the long run. I can't say if it's better of worse than others but it's a tool that I have chosen.

I agree that from what I have seen and tried, GTO+ is the cheapest solver I could find. It may not have as many options and bells and whistles as some of the more expensive solvers. It will also be less flexible to get what you want out of it, but you will generally always get what you for.
Good luck and God Bless
 
DiamondDixie

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I should have added that while I have no problem learning to use range calculators such as poker stove or Equilab, I also had trouble with more complex software like Flopzilla. So I want something that's fairly simple to learn.
 
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So I want something that's fairly simple to learn.
Figuring out how to use any software usually takes time. All GTO programs have their learning curve. You'll just need to take one thing at a time, and look which program has the best tutorials that make the most sense to you.
 
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My friends poker players use Simple PostFlop.
 
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Personally, I use a push-fold calculator and sometimes a program like FlopZilla.
 
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GTO+.

Not even close for the once-off fee charged, and if you're a novice/amateur/part-time/semi-pro player.

If you're a pro, then maybe PioSolver is better, but obviously much more expensive.
 
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Technically I would say PioViewer's free option if you're just looking to get into solvers and learn the basics without committing $$. you could also try DTO if you want something to test out your post flop play vs. GTO lines.

If you're looking for a more user friendly/robust solution then GTO+.

On a related note, has anyone tried Odin Poker?
 
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Yeah, GTO+ is the way to go! It has by far the best price / performance ratio and also contains all the important functions such as nodelocking or solving flop sets
 
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Haven't used any solver but I think GTO+ is a super friendly entry level?! application. GTOx , I have seens some videos on YT and seems super analytical and powerful , the only drawback is that personally I don't like monthly fees , I prefer lifetime licenses but this is just me!
 
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