The game on the GTO strategy is in great demand among many professional players. But most of the tutorial software focuses on No Limit Hold’em, while Omaha remains without any attention of players.
Phil Galfond’s training site Run It Once decided to pay more attention to Limit Omaha and launched a training simulator for PLO – Vision. According to the creators, it should become a convenient tool that, in addition to the training factor, will significantly reduce the time for modeling the situation, since the new simulator analyzes the game in a few seconds. Vision can be used both on a PC and on any smartphone.
The GTO simulator combines simplicity and efficiency – more than 6,000 solvers and more than 300 boards are concentrated in it. The program will allow you to analyze those dealings of cards where it is necessary to get a specific answer, and it also allows you to test your knowledge with the help of a custom test generator.
Everything in the new simulator promises to be simple and convenient – for example such details as boards, hands or stack sizes will changed with one click of the mouse.
So how much does this incredible Vision cost?
The 6-Max PLO version costs $ 129.99 per month and at the same price it is proposed to purchase the heads-up version of Vision. However, you can combine the formats and save your money by paying $ 199.99 for 30 days.
Players who plan to use the training platform on an ongoing basis can receive a 25% discount when paying an annual subscription. In this case, the 6-max PLO will cost $ 97.49, and the joint version with heads-up – $ 149.99 per month.
The pricing policy of the new coach will probably repel low stakes players, but Vision does not seem to be target at this category.