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Tournament Poker Project

Tournament Poker Project

Tournament Poker Project follows Jonno and Tain, two neurodivergent players from Essex in the UK. Join them as they start from almost nothing as they meander their world through poker, GTO, online play, live MTTs, in an attempt to improve their poker skills (and bank roll) enough to play at the World Series of Poker.

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Latest Episodes

Jon & [The] Tain analyse a poker hand from deep in a multi table tournament against a passive villain who is calling too light. more

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a month ago
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A pure poker theory episode from Jon and [The] Tain as they work to understand how a solver builds a perfectly balanced game theory optimum (GTO) opening range. more

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2 months ago
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We join Jon & [The] Tain as they discuss why solid opening ranges are important, and how Jack-3 off-suit (J3o) should never be a part of that. more

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2 months ago
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[The] Jon and [The] Tain get to grips with playing top pair on a dynamic board from out of position in a multiway pot. How passively should you play when the board is in your favour and the villains are betting and calling for you? We explore how pla... more

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2 months ago
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In this episode Jon and Tain look at a board run out where a previously strong holding might need to become a bluff.

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2 months ago
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People aren’t playing BBC's The Traitors optimally, can you learn how to crush the game? Do you know the significance of a balanced strategy? Do you know your alliances from your friendships? Do traitors need to bluff so much? What are the similariti... more

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3 months ago
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Jon and Tain analyse a Texas No Limit Hold 'em hand, as they continue on their poker learning journey.

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3 months ago
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Jon and Tain analyse a no limit hold'em poker hand in low stakes poker.

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3 months ago
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