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Analyzing Fifty50 poker tournaments with ICM Calculator
Learn about ICM analysis of Fifty50 tournaments with ICMIZER.
Bonus Free 1 Week ICMIZER Subscription key Promotion
Learn more about free 1 week bonus ICMIZER subscription key promotion.
FGS (Future Game Simulations) Calculations Explained
In this article you will learn how FGS (Future Game Simulation) model based calculations work compared to the traditional ICM poker tournament model.
Huge FGS (Future Game Simulations) update has arrived
Wow. It has finally happened. FGS update was highly anticipated and it is now live and available for all ICMIZER subscribers.
IMPORTANT: ICMIZER website moves to new domain: www.icmpoker.com
We expect to complete all the maintenance tasks today, on 11th December.
Analysis of difficult push fold SNG tournament spots
Reader level: Expert

Deep dive in the world of ICM calculations and Nash equilibrium solutions in difficult push fold SNG tournament spots.
ICMIZER adds Winamax hand history format support
Adding Winamax support was on TO DO list for a while. Now it is finally done.
ICMIZER vs Sng Wizard - 2013 comparison
In this article MikeyMcD45 compares ICMIZER and Sng Wizard and highlights some key differences between the two poker calculators.
The Nash Calculator and the Nash Equilibrium strategy in poker
In this article pro poker player MikeyMcD45 defines "Nash Equilibrium" – a complex and often misunderstood topic in poker, and explains the benefits of the advanced Nash Equilibrium calculator function in ICMIZER whilst highlighting some of the limitations of Nash Equilibrium and important things to keep in mind.
Playing the short stack on the bubble
Professional poker player MikeyMcD45 returns with his/her next article this time focusing on short stacked all-in call ranges on the bubble. Through illustrations generated by ICMIZER, Mikey presents some rather interesting findings which will show you how to maximise your $EV in these tough spots and eliminate common mistakes that regs are making on a consistent basis.