PokerGO announced a partnership with the digital poker coach and poker solver GTO Wizard.
According to a press release, GTO Wizard analytics and branding will be implemented across all the shows and platforms, including PokerGO and PokerGO Tour (PGT) live broadcasts, and cross-marketing promotions.
Plans for an annual GTO Wizard-branded event inside the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas are being made.
“Poker strategy is constantly evolving – it’s highly evident through watching PokerGO content that the game is much different than it once was and today’s poker viewer is more savvy than ever,” said Mori Eskandani, President of PokerGO, in a press release. “With its state-of-the-art platform and forward-thinking approach, GTO Wizard is truly the best of the best. As we continue to advance our content at PokerGO, the partnership with GTO Wizard allows us to provide enhanced access to industry-leading tools that can help poker players take their game to the next level.”
Matt Chmelo, GTO Wizard founder, said the partnership will cause a poker broadcast “revolution.”
“In many ways, it is a dream come true to partner with PokerGO,” he said. “At GTO Wizard, our mission is to develop the ultimate tools that simplify the lives of poker players and elevate their skills to the next level. With this goal in mind, we are thrilled to announce our partnership with PokerGO, the world’s best and largest poker content company. We are confident that combining our know-how will result in a revolution in how poker is televised.”
PokerGO is the official broadcaster of the World Series of Poker. It will stream 47 days of action this year, including the Main Event. There’s no word on if GTO Wizard will be part of the WSOP as a partner of PokerGO this year.
Strategy, analysis, and charts galore
GTO Wizard claims to have “have solved every possible situation in the game from preflop to any river!” Through a subscription to the site and app, players can access these solutions instantly.
This form of real-time assistance (RTA), can get you banned from some online sites, by the way.
Another feature allows players to practice any sort of in-game scenario a player can come up with. Need more work playing heads-up at the end of tournament? How about practice playing with a mid-stack while facing the bubble? Players can create the scenarios and practice them.
Players also can download the thousands of hands they’ve played online to visualize just how badly they played suited connectors in the cut-off for the last year-and-a-half, for example.
This suite of poker tools requires monthly subscriptions starting at $49 (to unlock everything, its $89). Multi-table tournament analytics and cash game analytics are charged separately. Players can get a discount if they buy 12 months at a time.
Players can try some of the features on GTO Wizard for free for 24 hours. Those who like it and wish to subscribe, can get 10% off their purchase in celebration of the partnership.
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