Category Coaching

  1. Are poker training sites and poker coaching worth it?

      With most improvement products, they’re worth it if you put in the work, otherwise not.  If you purchase a gym membership, it’s a waste of money if you don’t use it.  If you use it regularly, it’s probably well worth it.  Poker training sites and coaching are no different. If you pay $500/year for […]

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  2. Are poker training sites worth it?

      Training sites are under-priced relative to the value they provide if you actually use them.  Most are priced at $100/mo or less.  This is $1,200 per year.  If you were to put $150,000 into tournament buy-ins over those 12 months, you would need to increase your ROI by 0.8% to make it breakeven.  Add […]

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  3. How do I learn advanced poker?

      We see four main ways that poker players become advanced.   Training Sites / Videos Watching videos from professionals where they talk through their thought process is a great way to learn new concepts.  These can be live webinars, theory presentations, recorded 1-1 coaching sessions, hand history reviews.  There are many high-level free videos on […]

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  4. What is the best poker coaching site?

      We are a bit biased, but we’d have to say we offer the best poker content there is.  For this reason, it’s private to the players we financially stake and not made available to anyone else.  We do not have a subscription model where you can subscribe to the content and we go to […]

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  5. Is it worth getting a poker coach?

      Poker is a mental sport.  If you want to get good at most sports, hiring a coach will help you improve.  Today though, there are many resources you can use to improve before you need to pay a large hourly for 1-1 poker coaching.  There are high value free YouTube videos.  There are training […]

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  6. How do you train for poker?

      Poker is a mental sport.  Training for a mental sport is similar to a physical sport.  You break the game down into pieces and get repetitions in on those things. In basketball you may practice free-throws for 30 minutes per day.  In poker you can practice memorizing the correct raise-first-in ranges.  You can practice […]

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  7. How much does a poker coach cost?

      Like most things, quality and demand determine cost.  The best poker players in the world often cost $500+ per hour for a 1-on-1 coaching session.  Mid-stakes poker coaches are typically in the $50-$200/hr range.  Low-stakes poker coaches come in below $50/hr.   Because these prices are often a major hurdle, there are many poker training […]

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