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pokerxfactor review Need to sign up to a training site after toying with the idea for ages and never following it through due to not knowing what the best one of there is.
Was looking at reviews for the best MTT sites out there and thought i'd stick the info up here too for others that might want to go that line.
There are some other sites out there but i left the likes of BlueFire and Leggo out for now as they are aimed predominantly at cash players.
I haven't even read all the info yet myself, i was just gathering it up.
Maybe people can use this thread for any discussion relating to MTT Training sites, good or bad and any reviews or dealings they have with the site.
Long night shift and all that.
Long night shift and all that.
I've an android myself and the last site i had access to used Silverlight which wasn't compatible with it so any site that works gets a plus point in my book!
I'm leaning towards PokerPwnage or Bingo odds vs blackjack Edge Poker at the moment but going to wait till i read up more on all the sites I haven't looked into yet, but it's definetly something that i will be trying to find out about.
I've an android myself and the last site i had access to used Silverlight which wasn't compatible with it so any site that works gets a plus point in my book!
Tournament poker edge boasts an "Android friendly site" I'm leaning towards PokerPwnage or Tournament Edge Poker at the moment but going to wait till i read up more on all the sites Pocketfives has some very good stuff on it imo,Assasinatos stuff is quality in particular.
NeverscaredB has some decent vids on there also.
I think either of the above should be good as Edge poker gets very good reviews as well.
I know I'm going to free blackjack slated for saying this but I think these sites are a waste of time Tony.
When I was going through a bad batch 3 years ago I joined Cardrunners which was the biggest training site at the time.
I thought at the time the game had change and that I had missed something or was doing something wrong.
I spent months 12 downloading the top pokerxfactor review videos to be told what I already knew.
All the video's did is re-confirm what I knew was the correct plays in most situations.
Some people are going to say this was money well spent, but I'm not sure.
Every hand I saw a top pro play I was thinking the exact same play or had spotted the same tell etc.
So I felt I learned nothing, but it did help me with my cash game, or actually show me that cash game online was a grind.
Also most of the video's covers players success which is always very easy to discuss and analysis.
They also spent to much time telling you how bad the other player played the hand!
Also the training is always result orientated, I.
They don't really discuss different options and in some case I don't actually think the trainers think beyond what they did at the time or what they always felt was the correct play based on the outcome of the hand.
Sometimes their egos get in the way.
Don't ask me to list the trainers I watch, but some of these had EPT wins behind them.
Personally I think its a great way for poor or new players to learn the game very quickly.
But a very advance player like you is wasting you're time, unless you want to improve some aspect of you're game that you don't play much like cash or stud etc.
It is a great way to spend time if you have the spare time to watch another players hand history from there view point.
I always think the best way to learn is discussing hands with friends or going over you're hand history afterwards.
Anyway, I bet I get slated for this post.
I'd have to disagree with some of the above tbh.
Although, i've never used Cardrunners, I have used PocketFives for nearly a year now and it has helped me greatly.
Someone here mentioned Alex Fitzgerald already, and while his voice can be tilting, to watch the style he plays and how aggro he actually is in some spots is a joy to behold.
Also, for his videos alone and the way he talks about the HUD numbers and how he implements them with the Math have been a huge benefit to the game.
He is often super critical of himself and quite pokerxfactor review at times but his videos do bring alot to the table.
His WCOOP 5k video series is fanastic.
Pocketfives pokerxfactor review, have been doing alot more HH reviews from other players at the stakes I kind of play which I think has been very useful.
Their certainly not afraid to say what's good and what's bad and whether they played their hand poorly themselves.
Then you have a maths guy in KillerEV, who has numerous charts and discussion videos on just math.
I personally have found Pocketfives thus far to be a great help tbh and i'm sure plenty of other bettor players could say the same.
JUst an FYI -- Of the the listed instructors are not very active.
For example i was on Cardrunners for 6 months and neither Cole South or Talour Caby made a video.
I was with PXF for a good while, but as said above it has gone stale.
here 'Sheets' Haber is one of the best instructors, he has put together some really useful spread sheets for sngs' etc and his sweat sessions were the only thing worth watching just before I left.
Have just joined DeucesCracked and it seems prety good so far, they have a wide variety of videos and some good instructors including some Vanessa Selbst videos.
Havent tried any of the others.
Cheers for the feedback lads.
Been a little busy the last few days and haven't even looked at this thread since but still have plans to sign up to one of the sites and try and get the most out of it.
I know I'm going to pokerxfactor review slated for saying this but I think these sites are a waste of time Tony.
When I was going through a bad pokerxfactor review 3 years ago I joined Cardrunners which was the biggest training site at the time.
I thought at the time the game had change and that I had missed something or was doing something wrong.
I spent months 12 downloading the top trainers videos to be told what I already knew.
All the video's did is re-confirm what I knew was the correct plays in most situations.
Some people are going to say this was money well spent, but I'm not sure.
Every hand I saw a top pro play I was thinking the exact same play or had spotted the same tell etc.
So I felt I learned nothing, but it did help me with my cash game, or actually show me that cash game online was a grind.
Also most of the video's covers players success which is always very easy to discuss and analysis.
They also spent to much time telling you how bad the other player played the hand!
Also the training is always result orientated, I.
They don't really discuss different options and in some case I don't actually think the trainers think beyond what they did at the time or what they always felt was the correct play based on the outcome of the hand.
Sometimes their egos get in the way.
Don't ask me to list the trainers I watch, but some of these had EPT wins behind them.
Personally I think its a great way for poor or new players to learn the game very quickly.
But a very advance player like you is wasting you're time, unless you want to improve some aspect of you're game that you don't play much like cash or stud etc.
It is a great way to spend time if you have the spare time to watch another players hand history from there view point.
I always think the best way to learn is discussing hands with friends or going over you're hand history afterwards.
Anyway, I bet I get slated for this post.
You're a better tournament player than me Ollie, so not surprised you were on the same page as a lot of pros.
I've been playing poker for a few years now, but i don't think i'm up to the standard of a lot of the players that are about the scene these days.
I wouldn't say i'm an advanced player in that regard.
I'm still slightly old fashioned in my approach to MTTS and i'm generally not a shove ATC when you get into certain positions and there's a few really good instructors out there that play the game similar to me, only a lot better, so i'm interested in their style.
Before i get into the training sites, i've got my hands on the below series.
Some of the topics that he's covering are exactly what i want to know and areas i want to improve.
Eric 'Sheets' Haber is one of the best instructors, pokerxfactor review has put together some really useful spread sheets for sngs' etc and his sweat sessions were the only thing worth watching just before I left.
Watched the start of the 1st video in the above series, and he recommends 'Sheets' spreadsheets as being fantastic so might look into that myself I know I'm going to be slated for saying this but I think these sites are a waste of time Tony.
When I was going through a bad batch 3 years ago I joined Cardrunners which was the biggest training site at the time.
I thought at the time the game had change and that I had missed something or was doing something wrong.
I spent months 12 downloading the top trainers videos to be told what I already knew.
All the video's did is re-confirm what I knew was the correct plays in most situations.
Some people are going to say this was money well spent, but I'm not sure.
Every hand I saw a top pro play I was thinking the exact same play or had spotted the same tell etc.
So I felt I learned nothing, but it did help me with my cash game, or actually show me that cash game online was a grind.
Also most of the video's covers players success which is always very easy to discuss and analysis.
They also spent to much time telling you how bad the other player played the hand!
Also the training is always result orientated, I.
They don't really discuss different options and in some case I don't actually think the trainers think beyond what they did at the time or what they always felt was the correct play based on the outcome of the hand.
Sometimes their egos get in the way.
Don't ask continue reading to list the trainers I watch, but some of these had EPT wins behind them.
Personally I think its a great way for poor or new players to learn the game very quickly.
But a very advance player like you is wasting you're time, unless you want to improve pokerxfactor review aspect of you're game that you don't play much like cash or stud etc.
It is a great way to spend time if you have the spare time to watch another players hand history from there view point.
I always think the best way to learn is discussing hands with friends or going over you're hand history afterwards.
Anyway, I bet I get slated for this post.
I think you are just telling us how great you are tbh.
Did you ever try out any of these Flushdraw?
I never really went down this road in the end.
Just finished a 2 month subscription to Pocketfives training and found it really good and may go down that route again, but i've got my hands on a deucescracked subscription so going to try and get stuck into that for a while and put a lot of time into watching videos and reading 2+2 while playing less to improve my game.
Joe Tall, Gergery, and especially Vanessa Selbst do a great job pokerxfactor review defining these games to beginning players.
The 2×6 series of Vanessa teaching Whitelime how to play PLO has got to be more valuable than any book written on this subject.
The headsup coaches at Deuces Cracked needs no introduction.
Video producers include FoxwoodsFiend, Krantz, Insyder19, WiltOnTilt and Ansky.
This is probably one of most skilled team of heads up players on the planet.
Often two or more of the coaches collaborate and analyse a heads up session together where differing points of views are presented.
Members at Deuces Cracked have given alot of credit to the videos on the site created by Joe Tall, danzasmack and Dj Sensei.
Has anyone any previous with DC and their MTT section that can recommend any instructors to check out, incl the ones above?
Which site would ye recommend for PLO50-PLO100?
Also where are the most straightforward videos for setting up HEM2 for PLO cash?
Any use if so?
Can't find any reviews online.
Any use if so?
Can't find any reviews online.
Hey Clog, The only thing i really watched from Daily Variance was the 100k MTT system.
Watched a few vids on Pocketfives during a 2month subscription and being messing about with Deucescracked but it's a shared subscription so not as easy to bookmark or keep track of what you want to, or have already watched.
You'd pretty much have to switch off everything and give these your full attention to grasp whats going on!
Been a while since i watched it, but i remember picking up snippets as it went along.
I watched both of these series through the staking site tho so not sure how easily accessible they might be.
Sometimes i think it would be a lot easier to completely erase how you play and then start again from scratch with better fundamentals Thanks man!!!
Think I'll get the 100k mtt system.
I've also been looking at Tournament Poker Edge and it seems like it's one of the highest rated training sites at the moment, according to 2+2 anyways.
I'll give my feedback here once I've had a good root through em.
Think I'll get the 100k mtt system.
I've also been looking at Tournament Poker Edge and it seems like it's one of the highest rated training sites at the moment, according to 2+2 anyways.
I'll give my feedback here once I've had a good root through em.
Only reason I ask is because searched on Torrent sites on found and downloaded the full version in his own language.
The version I got still has all the bullet points etc in English but talking in his own language.
Only reason I ask is because searched on Torrent sites on found and downloaded the full version in his own language.
The version I got still has all the bullet points etc in English but talking in his own language.
The staking crowd i'm with have it available to their players so that's where i saw it.
I can't link or copy it because it's part of their site The staking crowd i'm with have it available to their players so that's where i saw it.
I can't link or copy it because it's part of their site Sound cheers for reply.
He seems to get great reviews on 2+2 for his individual coaching sessions so was thinking of investing in the Video first and take it from there yeah I got that Russian dubbed version too, probabaly just gonna see if any of my poker mates wanna go splits on it and share it around.
Not a bad idea.
online video blackjack money reviews if you and your mates do buy it maybe drop us a message and maybe I can xfer you money on stars or something in exchange for it.
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