This is a discussion on Coaching within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; hi. Does/has anybody had coaching before. I think Iím at a stage where I really want to push on and wondered if I should consider
hi. Does/has anybody had coaching before. I think Iím at a stage where I really want to push on and wondered if I should consider this as an option? How helpful was it for you? Does anybody know any good coaches in the uk?
Ive currently had mediocre success in live tournaments and want to mix in some cash successes as well as continue to progress my tournament game.
It is difficult to find good poker coaches. Most of them are regular players who decided to capitalize on learning. Really good coaches take a lot of money for tuition, something in the neighborhood of $ 100 per hour and more. Here we must bear in mind that in one hour you did not really learn. So you need to invest in learning a lot more money than $ 100. If you are willing to spend on their education round sum of money, well, that's your business.
Although I do not know at what level you are, so it's hard to say. It may be that you can use any cheap coach who simply explain basic knowledge.
November 6th, 2018, 12:21 AM
Thanks for the reply. I feel I have the basic knowledge of the game and want to push on. Iíve come runner up quite a lot in small local tournaments as well as cashing in as a runner up in a bigger tournament for 6.5k so I donít feel Iím a beginner so Iím looking to take my tournament poker to the next level as well as start out in low stakes cash
November 6th, 2018, 1:06 AM
Online Poker at: Pokerstars
re: Poker & Coaching
It's probably much more efficient to subscribe to a coaching website like Upswing where a lot of players collaborate on the information you receive. I feel like only one player coaching you only gets you used to their playstyle so you'd be limited in your development.
November 6th, 2018, 1:24 AM
Poker at: poker star
Game: texas holdem
It is easier and cheaper to watch professional videos on the net . Analyzing their games and trying to adapt to yours would be a good way to progress.