zZzHyperHelper Tool (New Poker Software)

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While grinding out sessions and personal coaching, I found two big fundamental leaks:

- Wrong raise/calling ranges, especially as stacks get shallow and when facing an aggressive opponent.

- Suboptimal 3-bet shoving/flatting ranges, mostly against wide opening ranges.

I developed the zZzHyperHelper to help you fix those leaks very quickly. Depending on your input, it shows what hands you can raise/call for different stack sizes and 3-bet ranges.

Furthermore, the tool gives you a gameplan for the big blind (mainly looking at flatting vs 3-bet shoving) which is very flexible as it changes depending on stack size, open raising range and how loose your opponent is calling your 3-bet shoves.

Below is an introduction video where I explain the tool more in depth and show you how to use the tool. Feel free to ask any questions after watching the video.

The tool costs $99.89, and that is a one time fee. Any bug fixes or updates will be free.

Please note - Use of this tool is one person per purchase. Users found sharing the tool will have access removed.

After purchasing the tool, you may use the tool by clicking this link.

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Just watched the video.You

Just watched the video.

You are profesional coach - right? I honestly cannot believe that YOU or your fellow coaches are analysing their game with this tool. It is not, that it would be bad (from the look at it and the video). But it pretty much seems like SNG Wizard - unflexible.

If we compare this tool with ICMIZER the only advantage I see is the *one time fee*. In any other point you are beaten:

- The software can be used for HU SNG only

- It seems not to consider the rake and therefore shows (does it even show? not sure) chip EV only

- The ranges are unflexible

- Your opponent does only min-raise

and there would be many other factors in which ICMIZER (or other software of this kind) outranks your software by far.

Honestly, while watching the video I did not understand why I should pay almost $100 for something that I can do on my own with a free version of pokerstove.

But hey..maybe I am totally wrong - if that's the matter, please feel free to correct me.

Hi.

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Hi, no, I don't analyze my

Hi,

no, I don't analyze my game with this tool. Is is the outcome of my work I did on those topics. And this I use every day. Of course, in some specific cases there are probably a bit more +ev options but this is when you have very specific reads about their ranges which most of the time you don't have.

Here is my answer to someone claiming it is a scam on youtube. You didn't say that, so ignore that part:


"You are right, there is software out there where you cansolve preflop situations like this (most of them are not free though). But I found in my coaching sessions that people either don’t know how to solve those or don’t want to put in the work.

So the idea behind the hyperhelper was to develop a tool which is easy to use and can be applied right away. I put in over 100 hours to develop it and make it as good as possible. Especially the big blind part is completely new for a lot of people as it factors in flatting expectations which I took from my own 40k games database and developed a gameplan with those information (flatting ev, 3betting ev, villains assumed r/c range).

If you worked on solving those preflop situations yourself a lot and developed good ranges then this tool is probably not worth buying for you. But as I said I invested over 100 hours to develop those ranges and program the framework for the tool to make it as user-friendly as possible and there is no less content than advertised in the tool so I don’t know how you can call it scam."


So as I said, if you know how to do all this yourself and you want to put in the work, this tool is not for you. But if don't want to put in a lot of hours calculating those ranges (with pokerstove which you mentioned I would imagine it would take forever) and you also want a nice and clean interface where you can instantly switch between those depending on your opponents tendencies, I think this tool is a fair deal, considering how long it took me to build it. 

I mean you can also argue that you can build a hud yourself or any piece of poker software if you have a programming background, so why should you pay for these? It is every person's own decision whether a product is worth the price for them or not. I think it's more than worth it considering the time you save even if you know exactly how to do it and especially when you don't know how to do it.

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Let me know if you guys think

Let me know if you guys think I should add something like this to the first post:

But the goal of the tool is really to save you time. The value I see in this tool is that

1) Good ranges from a solid professional coach and player are built into the system. You can get some of an idea of these ranges by buying video packs, maybe scouring forums (if you knew who was strong in this area and who was weak, which I don't even know fully and I read the forums daily) or paying for an hour or two of private coaching (costs $100s already).

2) The ranges are already in there and you can instantly calculate what you need. This sort of thing would take hours with other programs.

Of course, it is not as advanced as other tools such as ICMIZER and the like. It's not meant to necessarily compete directly with them, but to basically give you the most value it can with pre built professionally designed ranges, and give you real results you can use in the quickest amount of time.

Who this tool is for: People who do not enjoy or will not work through spending dozens of hours on other programs that calculate similar situations.

Who this tool is not for: People who really love playing with advanced programs for hours and calculating every single common situation they find + not so common situations.

So someone like Coffeeyay who really enjoys getting in deep with his poker tools, he would not buy this. Someone like me, who really just wants the basic value when it comes to poker math and doesn't have the time or to be honest focus, to go through and calculate all sorts of situations all the time, I would buy this tool.

I would also like to say this is not an "either or" tool. I'd still buy ICMIZER, because situations do come up at times where I want to custom calculate and see what is going on. But I'm not the type who will sit there for 2 hours a day, 4 days a week, analyzing ranges with ICMIZER. I want programs like that so that once a week or twice a week I find a spot or two I'm not as sure on and I go over it in the program.

I hope that helps clear things up. I'm not sure how I could word this to add to the original post, so maybe a link with "further explanation" if you guys understand what I'm trying to say with my post.

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In your vid pack (that I

In your vid pack (that I bought and that is sick value) you displayed the MR call solution for
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top% shove

I used CREV to figure out how you see "top %".
Thing is (using top% HU AI rankings) almost always 1 a 5 borderline hands are in your suggested MRcall or out your suggested solution. Did 5 a 15 runs now.

Can you comment on this? Or can you share how you massaged those ranges? I tried to use some mid-intervals (ie 22.5bb) as you maybe acknowledge that peeps use 25 graph down to 22.5?

Related to top% 3bS ranges.
Most peeps initially start out with aces in their 3bS ranges. Some add some 'air' lower suited hands. Some add top%. Others exclude TT+ like you displayed. And even more other value hands.
Also, do you want to share you point of view upon used top% ranges; considering the above? Or do you want to share how to use your solution considering the above?

Also in your BB vid you displayed the solution for 25BB BB 3bS solution. Can you comment why you each time dominantly see to prefer suited hands? This is a bit counterintuitive. I can understand that the suitness adds greatly to the all-in equity to shove it. However those offsuit hands just above your folding range are extremely hard to play postflop. Meaning it is extremely hard to grab their equity. A slight mistake and your flatting backfires. So I would expect to also see a decent amount of offsuit hands in your 3bS range. However, none of this can matter as you likely have significant better postflop skills.

Now, I can understand that you do not want to talk about this.
However, if some vid would be available after buying those charts that would adress this in detail so someone would be capable to reproduce this ....
Or some vid would be available after buying those charts that would adress this ....

Now, for me (still considering or not to buy) this provided solution is great value related to flatting EV's which is extremely valuable to have an insight to.
However, I hope mostly to see your solution and to reverse engineer it; meaning that I am on myself close to developping complete strategies but those last inches are so hard to get right or to bring together. Consequently, having worked out solutions that are rich enough in background info so someone could create it itself, would be great added value.

Also, I think it is best to sell this as "SB & BB game solutions displayed in handy charts with complete custom made interface with unlimited updates in future". The word software creates a complete different expectation causing all the turmoil imo.

PS if the possibility would exist that you can import your own charts; that would be sick added value

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For Top % I used Slansky

For Top % I used Slansky Rankings. There might be slight differences in comparison to other rankings but it shouldn't make a big difference overall. For 25BB I wouldn't recommend using top %, as people are rarely jamming their premiums.

I would use the r/c ranges like that: For 16-25BB I use Top % excl. TT+ as a standard. If I see people only jamming weak hands or if I see them 3-betting nonai with hands like strong Ax, I r/c wider (here you can just use a higher 3bet % than he actually has). For 13BB and below I use Top % as most people are just jamming all their good hands aswell. 

"Also in your BB vid you displayed the solution for 25BB BB 3bS solution. Can you comment why you each time dominantly see to prefer suited hands? This is a bit counterintuitive."

The EV from 3bs is higher than flatting and they have good equity against most r/calling ranges compared to hands like Kxo which are good at first but quickly become very minus EV when people start widen their calling ranges as the first hands they add are usually Kx hands. Same with 3bs hands like weak offsuited hands: it may be good at first but if you are slightly wrong with your assumptions of villains opening or r/c range they will become -EV very quickly. Regarding flatting them, you are right, they are marginal and if you don't feel comfortable playing the very bottom range of them, it's fine to fold them (or 3b nonai in some cases). 

If you have more questions or want to dicuss some things in more detail, just send me your skype id via mail (zzztilt@gmail.com) and we'll go from there. Thanks.

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I highly recommend the

I highly recommend the zZzHyperHelper. It is a really helpful and convenient tool which makes a lot of those preflop situations much easier when you are not sure what action has the best expectation. Presented in a beautiful and simplistic way, it is easy to use and a nice tool to have in your arsenal.

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Isn't the decision whether or

Isn't the decision whether or not to 3 bet shove or call largely dependent on the likelihood that he will cbet if you just call. In which case such tools which merge outcomes vs all players are just not sensitive enough to be of any real use when the difference between winning and losing players are just 1-2%. Looks funky though.

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The flatting expectation is

The flatting expectation is mostly depended on your and your opponent's postflop skills. Some players prefer a high cbet strategy, while others use a low c-bet one.  Also, the EV of the hands we jam according to the tool is usually a good bit better than flatting so it's just a matter of how much better than flatting it is which as I said is depending on your/your opponent's postflop skills. 

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Mine are hopeless so I will

Mine are hopeless so I will just be 3bet shoving.

Maybe you could build in a poor post flop skills option so we know which calling hands are also plus ev shoving hands. And visa versa for the likes of yourself.

 

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That's not the right

That's not the right strategy. You should always choose the most +EV option and if you don't feel comfortable in those spots, analyze them, post in forums, discuss them with friends etc. and try to improve that way. For example if it's best to flat a wide range but you don't feel comfortable playing weak hands oop, you should still play them as you would never get better if you don't.

Also it can actually be dangerous what you suggest as some hands are good to 3bs at first (a lot of offsuited hands) but if you are a bit wrong about your assumptions of villain or he adjusts without you noticing, they get very -EV very quickly.

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That's ok. I can just widen

That's ok. I can just widen their calling range and see how much laziness I can get away with zzz.

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Hi,Thanks for the reply.I

Hi,

Thanks for the reply.

I purchased this.  Was already real insightful.  I know how time consuming the math work is.  So I am already pleased with it.

As I stated

...

Now, for me (still considering or not to buy) this provided solution is great value related to flatting EV's which is extremely valuable to have an insight to.

However, I hope mostly to see your solution and to reverse engineer it; meaning that I am on myself close to developping complete strategies but those last inches are so hard to get right or to bring together. Consequently, having worked out solutions that are rich enough in background info so someone could create it itself, would be great added value.

...

I gonne mail you next Mo several questions as you prefered skype for this.  Hopefully those you are prepared to answer provide me with a rich enough background info..

Thank you.

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Sure, no problem. I will look

Sure, no problem. I look forward hearing from you. I'm sure we can work something out!

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Thumbs up for zZzTILT for

Thumbs up for zZzTILT for comming on Skype and answering questions. I have now a rich enough background. Just want to say thanks.

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Hi zzzTILT

In the left bb colum ak to a2 hands are markede dark blue 3bs. does that mean that is it coorect to 3bs a2 at 25 bb? i would only 3bs down to a8 at 25bb stack deepth.

sorry if i misunderstood.

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You mean the top right row,

You mean the top right row, right? So A2s and better. Yes, we jam those at 25BB. I would only flat the low suited aces when someone is super tight over a big sample.

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This soft only for Big Blind?

This soft only for Big Blind? No Charts for SB?

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There is a smallblind part on

There is a smallblind part on the right side, as shown in the video.

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Q. This software operates

Q. This software operates through Firefox web browser or is a standalone program ?

Many Thanks.

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It is only accessible via

It is only accessible via Web-Browser (Chrome/Firefox).

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Hello ZZztilt, first of all

Hello ZZztilt, first of all thanks for the software I found it very useful. I have a question about it: 

So let's say we are 10bb deep and our opponent MR 45%, OS 20%, and limp another 15%. So he plays 80% of his hands and he has a "standard" calling range if we 3bets. According to your software I should flat with K8s because that's only going to be 3bets if he raises more than 50%. Am I get it right? K8s is in the top 25% and I can't believe it has better expectation with the flat than with the jam. Or I should look the sum of his Mr% and his Os%?  


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Hi, "Or I should look the sum

Hi,

"Or I should look the sum of his Mr% and his Os%? "

No, you got it right. But as mentioned in the video, the chart was created for 13-10bb because of sample size issues for flatting. So for 10bb we def. can jam a few more hands than the chart suggests as the mentioned K8s. But flatting shows a decent ev aswell, so it wouldn't be terrible by any means, but 3-betting against mentioned villain should show a slightly better expectation for 10bb.

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Great stuff. I know a lot of

Great stuff. I know a lot of this comes down to just ICMizer work but any tips in adjusting the ranges given here for:

--Opponents 3xing

--Opponents who raise less than 50% of hands, especially when considering to flat or fold some of the borderline hands. How much should we tighten up?

Also if a hand is listed as a "3BS if greater than X" if villain is not raising more often than that they are flats?

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--Opponents 3xing In general,

--Opponents 3xing

In general, figure out what they actually 3x. If it's rather a strong range, you shouldn't 3b jam any bluffs and mostly flat a range which plays well. If they 3x as a standard with a wide-ish range, you can 3b jam more hands than usual because of the increased deadmoney.

--Opponents who raise less than 50% of hands, especially when considering to flat or fold some of the borderline hands. How much should we tighten up?

Not too much. Just fold hands which play bad against a tight range especially if stacks get shorter: hands like K2o, Q5o, J5o, T5o, 84o type hands. Hands like 74s are always good to flat as the equity difference between 80 % and 45 % is almost non-existent (less than 1 % iirc).

Also if a hand is listed as a "3BS if greater than X" if villain is not raising more often than that they are flats?

Yes, especially deepstacked.

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Do you have any plans to add

Do you have any plans to add features?

I want to add a chart openshove from SB.

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Hi, there aren't any plans to

Hi, there aren't any plans to add features at the moment but this might change in the future.

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Hi everyone . I just begin in

Hi everyone .

I just begin in the husng hyepr tubo, i think it's one of the best way to play poker online .

My question is maybe stupid but i just dont understand what does representing the "3bs when Raise % > 60 70 85 " and how to play with . Is that mean , if vilain raise 60% of the time we can shove A6o 25bb deep for exemple ( sb 10 bb 20 sb raise 60 bb shove 500 ) ?I think this tool is very interesting and i want to understand it well . Is anyone can write me a concret exemple with a situation we can meet ?

Thank's and gl at tables

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Hello, "Is that mean , if

Hello,

"Is that mean , if vilain raise 60% of the time we can shove A6o 25bb deep for exemple ( sb 10 bb 20 sb raise 60 bb shove 500 ) ?"

Yes, but only if he raises to 40. It's always against a minraise.

There is a 7 minute video up there which I recommend you to watch and also read the questions answered in this thread. This should help to clarify a lot of things.

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Thank's, yes i look the video

Thank's, yes i look the video 2/3 times but my english is not the best , i understand better when i read it ^^

Then in fact , that is the pfr of vilain that we used to take the desicion to shove or not.

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Can you use this tool on two computers (one user)

Can we use this tool on two computers, but it is goint to ne one user. I play on two computers .

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Yes you can. There is some IP

Yes you can.

There is some IP tracking/security used on this tool, so for users that are obviously sharing with other users, they may lose their privileges and receive no refund.

But regular single user useage on multiple computers is fine.

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Playing against limps

Hello and thanks for a very helpfull tool!

I would like to know is how you would adjust the ranges if a villain limps lot of buttons. Especially when under 16bb deep.

If someone limps like 10-20% then I think it's common sense situation, depending on the opponent. However, if we have a opponent who limps say 55% @ 12bb and minraises 20% and shoves 20%. How would this tool be helpfull when soving these kind of situations? How much would the limp differ from minraise as a pf action?

Thanks a lot.


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would this be helpful at

would this be helpful at constructing ranges for 6max turbo sng HU matches?

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This would work well for HU

This would work well for HU sections of games such as 6 max SNGs (turbo or hyper), yes. Outside of heads up situations, it would NOT work well though.

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Why does the BB part not

Why does the BB part not change at all between 13 BB to 10 BB?

 

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Empirical data of flatting

Empirical data of flatting certain hands was needed for the BB chart calculation and as it's impossible to get a good enough sample for one single big blind (I used like 130k games already)  I grouped 10-13BB together (as mentioned in the video).

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Hi ZzzTilt, I have a question

Hi ZzzTilt,

I have a question about the NAI 3B bluff range (hands like 32s, T3s...).

You have a chart made if villain is opening 60, 70 and 85 percent. That's easy to understand.

But what if villains opens 50% or less,  are they still good 3 bet bluffs? If not, do these hands become folds or calls? This is not very clear from your charts...

 

 

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The BB chart is mainly about

The BB chart is mainly about flatting vs 3-bet shoving. The nonai 3b part I only added for completion sakes. Here it's best to use your own judgement. Against 50 % you can 3bet nonai from time to time if he is fit or fold but mostly I wouldn't bother, especially against less than 50 % openraise.

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16bb NAI3b

How about NAI 3b size at 16bb situation?
I watch the videos of various HUSNG ,but NAI3b at the 2nd level is uncommon play.

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I added the NAI3B part mostly

I added the NAI3B part mostly for completion sakes, the main focus for the BB part is definitely on 3b shoving vs. flatting.

It is not a common play but there are certainly good situations to do it in. I would use sth like ~85 at 10/20 and ~130 at 15/30.

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  Hello, Is what you could
 
Hello,
Is what you could explain to me the difference between this software and 3 -bet shoving Equity Calculator ?
Thank you .
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Helper is just sort of a pre

Helper is just sort of a pre calculated ranges/estimates, doesn't allow as much control as 3bet shoving calculator, but can save a lot of time (with a narrower scope).

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thanks

thanks

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Link to use files doesnt work

I have purchased this but cant seem to be able to use it anymore. Takes me to husng.com main page instead

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Your permissions had expired,

Your permissions had expired, it should work now.

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zzz helper

is this tool not avaible anymore

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It is available, but I would

It is available, but I would recommend using CoffeeCalcs instead today.

Hyper Helper is worth the money if you want some quick ranges that are OK at low stakes today, but "best practices" have changes since that tool was made, the helper tool in particular was designed as a sort of shortcut tool, giving you a bunch of ranges without any work. That is the type of instructional product that will go out of date in 1-3 years.

Most video packs are designed the opposite, they teach you how to think, how to figure out ranges and the best of them can be utilized forever (so far). Mersenneary's videos, for example, are largely based on "how to think" rather than 'what hands to raise." They've been relatively timeless instructional value for players in HUSNGs.

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cant seam to acess it anymore

cant seam to acess it anymore is link broken 

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The link isn't broken, your

The link isn't broken, your access had just expired. I think it was set at 3 years when we launched the product before it manually expired.

I've reupped it now.