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PostPosted: Tue Nov 08, 2022 12:03 pm 
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Hi,
have you tried to benchmark your solution vs slumbot? If yes how are the results? If no why not?


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 09, 2022 10:26 am 
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user456 wrote:
Hi,
have you tried to benchmark your solution vs slumbot? If yes how are the results? If no why not?

We've never been that interested in slumbot.


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2022 9:28 am 
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We only have 2 spots left in November, after those have been filled we won't be taking on new clients for a while (we're making some big upgrades that we hope to launch in December).

https://gvision.io - For more info.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2022 5:32 pm 
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New article out: This week we go over some of the RTAs in the poker space

We're also looking to release a video that does a better job of showing our product, but it will have to wait until December.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 21, 2022 2:42 am 
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"they will be less afraid and will accept that some players are using real-time-assistance, have the choice to use it themselves, or just battle against them."

It seems like you are trying to convince us in your article how it is morally ok to use your RTA, even compare it to stock market bots. Using RTA is against terms and conditions of poker sites, so it is a scam to use it. The same is with bots. At least please tell honestly what it is, so people who are ready to cheat can cheat.

"and perhaps even enjoy the challenge both mentally and philosophically of battling what modern technology has to offer."
maybe if they would know that they play against "technology" they wouldn't play anymore?

"Once they notice that the development is inevitable, and people will continue playing, they will suddenly change their terms and welcome RTAs with open hands"
Like they did welcome bots in their terms after so many years?


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2022 9:28 am 
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One of our latest clients just finished his second month of using GVISION.

A lot of our clients prefer keeping their results private, which is understandable.

So when a client happily shares their results with the public, we're excited because we get to show what our product can do.

Anyway, here's how he did in November:

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That's a $20k+ month including rakeback.

Here's what he had to say:

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We're looking to release GVISION 2.0 in December, which is a huge update, but more on that later.

That means we'll only be able to take on a few clients in December because most of our time will be spent on making 2.0 happen.

Go to https://gvision.io for more info.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 15, 2022 10:53 am 
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We're halfway through December and there are only 3 spots left.

We've been getting a ton of applications in Q4 and it looks like this trend will continue in 2023.

So we figured we'd post a list of the qualities we're looking for in applicants:

    - Hungry for success

This is honestly the number 1 thing. When looking at which clients are ultra-crushing and which are just doing okay, the difference we see is that the crushers are hungry to make it. They are zoned in on making their dreams come true. They're generally much more proactive too.

    - Plays mid-high stakes

We do not take on any clients that play low stakes. There are two reasons for this. First, with our prices, it won't make sense for someone playing low stakes to use GVISION. Secondly, we only want to work with clients that have a strong foundation in poker. What good is it to put a man that can't drive in the newest Ferrari?

    - Friendliness

Look, we work closely with our clients so it's important that you're someone that is friendly and pleasant to work with. We don't just provide software, we provide our clients with everything we can to maximize their success. This includes a full notebook (created by a high-stakes crusher) on how to maximize EV with GVISION, current player pool exploits, max exploit fish strategies, we give feedback on hands you've played, and we're there for you if you go on a downswing and just need to vent. Being on the team is a holistic experience and our goal is to give you everything you need so you can reach your goals.


If you have these qualities, go to https://gvision.io for more info.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2023 1:09 pm 
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Happy New Year from the GVISION team!

We've been releasing a lot of new articles lately and will be continuing with that over the coming weeks.

The amount of new applicants lately has been insane. We can really see how a shift in the poker economy is happening - more and more people are turning towards RTA and we don't expect this trend to change in 2023.

We'd just like to remind everyone that we only accept clients that play NL200 and higher at this moment. If this were to change we'll be sure to let you know.

With that said, we'd like to wish everyone good luck in 2023, we hope you have a great year and reach your goals.

If you're interested in applying for GVISION or just read some of our articles, check out the link below.

https://gvision.io


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 14, 2023 9:25 am 
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A fresh new article is out:

Real Players, Real Results: Success Stories from Poker Solver Software Users


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2023 12:46 pm 
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Is there anyone who has tried the sw and can tell us his opinions?


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 30, 2023 8:43 am 
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In 1986, I traveled to Las Vegas with a college friend to begin my poker career. I stayed for two years, scraped by on a respectable salary (45k in 1987), and then left to finish college. The very worst job you could possibly have is grinding poker.


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