As Ben prepares the launch of Vol 4 of Your Poker Mastermind, a book answering questions on software and statistics, we tackle a poser on how to use Flopzilla. More accurately, we fend this question off and point you in the direction of Splitzilla's tutorial video here. In the first ever PPP double poser episode, we then all offer an avalanche of advice to anyone wanting to play a live event for the first time. The stratchat hand is from a Live MTT and follows at 26:15. We also reveal one of the biggest gaffs in PPP history!
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Hand: Live MTT
Down to 18 players remaining out of 306
Chip average 340k
Starting stacks - Villain - 500k+, Hero 405k,
15k ante, 10k/15k blinds
Folds around to Villain in SB, he raises to 40k, Hero (Ac10c) - calls 25k
Flop: Qc, 8s, Jc
Villain bets 60k, Hero calls
Villain bets 60k, Hero raises 135k, Villain calls
River: Qs Board: Qc 8s Jc Kh Qs
Villain checks, Hero checks
Villain shows JJ (Full House Jacks full of Queens)