So last night I was listening to old podcasts (late 2008 – early 2009) from Two Plus Two . The hosts Mike and Adam were talking about how one of them had started watching Gus TV. He said it was fun and so addictive and warned listeners to not start watching unless you have a lot of time before you need to do something.
So, naturally, I had to try it out. I surfed over to GusHansenTV.com, created an account, and downloaded Microsoft® Silverlight™ in order to give a look.
There’s Gus, right on my computer screen, talking directly to me about his thoughts as he plays two games of Omaha. (The two games are dispayed below Gus.) He’s talking about what he thinks the other player has, how he thinks the other player will react, how he thinks his hand will stand up, shoulda’s and coulda’s, and so on.
It is pretty facinating to have this up-close and personal look at what is going on in his mind right as he is playing. For someone who plays Omaha, I think it would be a good learning tool.
One example of the kinds of things that poker pros that we come to know through no limit hold’em tournaments do in their spare time.
Mike Johnson and Adam Schwartz