As cases emerge of professional poker players using solvers in real time while playing poker online, longtime pro Chris Wallace worries that situations like these may be the death knell for the game as we know it.
In this op-ed, Wallace explains the online poker ecology and how solvers are bad for it in multiple ways.
An excerpt entitled The Resteal Zone from the newly released book Short Stack Ninja: Tournament Strategy From A Professional Poker Coach written by WSOP bracelet winner Chris Wallace.
In this op-ed, Chris Wallace shares the details of his years-long experiences facing Mike Matusow at both the online and physical felt.
This is a detailed look at who the real Mike Matusow is from someone intimately familiar with him, as well as a strongly worded, personal plea to the poker community to leave Mike alone rather than amass to root against him and watch him struggle.
Poker players have long believed that they play a skill game with elements of luck. If you can better control the luck elements, however, you stand a better chance of winning.
WSOP bracelet winner Chris Wallace has figured out a number of ways to improve one’s luck at the poker table and for the first time ever he’s decided to share four of his top strategies in that regard. You don’t want to miss this!
Chris Wallace believes that live tournament poker’s current model is broken. In most other forms of professional competition, sponsorship dollars help pay for the events to take place and players earn winnings from sponsor-provided prize pools. The iNinja Poker Tour owner believes poker should be no different.
Read this op-ed, and perhaps you’ll end up convinced that poker ought to “follow the money” and move to a sponsorship-based model.
Are you starting to get tired of hearing poker players everywhere talking about GTO this and GTO that? It’s one thing to think you know what game theory optimal play refers to, but it’s another thing entirely to actually know what it means.
In this article, Chris Wallace gives us a primer on the true meaning of GTO and explains the ins and outs of how the theory can be applied via simple, straightforward examples.