One of my goals for 2019 is to get a better understanding of all the tools and technologies available for wannabe high-stakes crushers, and really figure out how to use them to improve my game. One of the primary tools I dabbled with in 2018 was GTO+ (a poor man's Pio). I know I am not getting the most out of it, and am seeking to start a discussion with others on how to utilize these solvers to further my game.
To start, I've documented how I am currently using GTO+ to analyze a hand and make conclusions I can apply to similar situations. I took a very simple hand I played last weekend against a weak and exploitable opponent and walked step by step through the process I'm currently using. I'm interested to see what others think of my process, and potentially point out errors in the way I'm using the software, as well as the conclusions I am drawing.
The walkthrough ended up being longer than expected, so I put it into Evernote and will just paste the link here. I'll also share my GTO+ files in case others are using GTO+ and want to load them up.
I'm hoping to really learn HOW to study this year, and I figure this is as good a first step. Anybody interested in reviewing this and letting me know your thoughts?
Process Review Link: https://www.evernote.com/l/AIADIdOQjodG_4jwqak4_bxg7CkKysZobfs/
Optimal: https://www.dropbox.com/s/r49ql4xba2382k6/01 12 19 - QJdd optimal.gto?dl=0
Exploitative: https://www.dropbox.com/s/8euhl7je2t0edqu/01 12 19 - QJdd exploitative.gto?dl=0