After a great run over the past few months and at the WSOP, Winamax returns to a format of other exclusive content that has always been well-received by its audience, such as tournament commentary.
This time we have the biggest star of Team Winamax, Adrian Mateos, who will analyze a battle royale first hand , including hands where he folded to avoid being hit. Walked away without commenting on a single second of the tournament.
Battle Royale is a €200 tournament, which is close to the maximum allowed by law, so all the most capable regular player rooms usually include it in their daily sessions.
Having access to something like this is always a luxury, and this analysis is so extensive and disjointed that Adrian had to divide it into five chapters to be able to expand at will to the equivalent A coaching session has a market value that many modest players cannot accept.
- Adrián Mateos Chunks the rules : Battle Royale in Winamax Review (I).
- Adrian Mateos Chunking Rules: Review of Battle Royale on Winamax (II)
- Adrian Mateos Sharing Rules: Review of Battle Royale on Winamax (III)