Originally Posted by I Am Willis
lol, i try and help people and get shot down, lol!
Well i dont work havnt done so since i started uni, i pay my fee's and support my self playing poker both live and online and ive never been short of money to date tbh.... and ive helped quite few players here work ont here game and in the process made them some $ and hopefully they will continue to do so...
But if somebody offers a helping hand to players and is picked about by players that only look @ one bit of the story. How about i use to play $400NL?... but you dont think to ask just accuse...
Im closing this thread now due to flamers and bad wishers.
Good luck in learning to play and my current so to speak students i still will continue to work with.
ok first of all, I'm not making any accusations. I don't pretend to know you at all, but that's kinda the point.
No one knows who you are, you make a bunch of unfounded claims, and offer to teach people poker, despite all evidence being that you are a losing player, and marginal winner at best.
So when you go onto a forum you are unaffiliated with and offer to teach players poker, despite you having no credibility as a good player, are you surprised when people at least point out that fact, that your statement about a good opr is false and that online in tourneys at least you haven't really done all that well? No one has claimed you suck, they've just gone on the facts, and the facts don't paint a picture of you as a really great player capable of teaching someone how to play poker.
But if you REALLY want to teach people, just participate in the forums. Answer questions people have here, comment in the HA section. It won't be 1-on-1, but you will be helping possibly hundreds of people get better at one time. And then by providing feedback like that maybe you can learn something as well. Say you really have won $12k in tourneys and have like a 15% roi. Maybe listening to some advice by other players here will boost your roi even higher. We've all got more to learn, and we can all provide something for others, hence the poker forum
being a good idea, where everyone can be both a teacher and student at the same time.