As I showed in my Epsilon equilibrium blog post, simple turn and river GTO strategies are generally quite easy to verify with CREV using the standard epsilon distance measurement.
However, it turns out that flop solutions with real world hand ranges are too far too big to actually enter into CREV. In the video below I demonstrate how to verify an individual slice of GTORB flop solution using CREV and also offer a sneak peak of a fully browseable GTORB flop solution (a GTORB turn license is required to view it). The CREV file is also below.
Here is the GTORB Solution from the video:
And here is the CREV file download: