This is a discussion on Card Runner within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; Hello all,
I play a LOT of online poker and have done so almost 4 days a week for sometimes 5 to 8 hours in
I play a LOT of online poker and have done so almost 4 days a week for sometimes 5 to 8 hours in a row. Trouble is I seem stuck. I would rate my play on a scale of 1 being a new poker player to 100 being like a Phil Helmuth or Daniel Negrano at maybe 52.
Which is to say I am about 1/2 as good as must players and 1/2 worse than the others. I want to take my game to the next level. I have read some books but was wondering if anyone has used Card Runner Video Training and what was the feedback on it?
At $100 to sign up and just under $30 a month is not too expense but it takes a LOT of time to watch and study all the video's from what I see.
So is it worth it? Will it make me a better player? Are there better sites or places to learn?
Experienced Feedback is greatly appreciated!
28th July 2009, 4:53 AM
Poker at: Bovada
No, not worth it.
28th July 2009, 4:59 AM
depends on what ur playing, cash or tournies
29th July 2009, 2:10 AM
Poker at: bovada
well it seems to me that u are half stepping sir...cause if u think u are that good to be better than half the players playing online then u need bigger stakes....if u that good it will happen.....so go and show us....represent for the CC
29th July 2009, 2:33 AM
Online Poker at: bodog
Game: holdem limit
re: Poker & Card Runner
Well i will try to anwser the question, u might pay 20or 30 dollars for a poker book, and paying 100 for videos might be worth it but you will not find out until u go through the sessions, i have not seen the videos so my advice would be worthless, but if they do help u get to the next level, the 100 is a drop in the bucket. So i say go ahead and buy it.
29th July 2009, 6:50 AM
I got to try a free trial via points from full tilt. I would suggest you doing the same thing to see if it is worth you paying for. =)