Best Way To Learn

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Drinky_McGambles

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I'm wondering if anyone has good recommendations on the best way to learn how to be a consistently good poker player?

Maybe some good books to read or some good online courses? Even just general strategies of how to teach yourself to be better at poker.

I'm pretty bad! I would like to not be!

:confused::confused::confused:
 
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Hello. I have found reading lots and studying video tsrategies works for me.
 
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I think the "best" way to learn will vary from person to person, but I found that training videos, reviewing my hands with an ICM tool like sngwiz or icmizer, and asking good players their opinions- helped me out a great deal.
 
Scart92

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Watch Reports from EPT Tournaments. Now there is a problem with this known to the virus, but it's worth watching the better players.
 
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I'm wondering if anyone has good recommendations on the best way to learn how to be a consistently good poker player?

Maybe some good books to read or some good online courses? Even just general strategies of how to teach yourself to be better at poker.

I'm pretty bad! I would like to not be!

:confused::confused::confused:
What makes you think you are bad? Start there!

I use a variety of tools including books, the CardsChat forum (seriously, try posting some hands for review you will get a lot of help), training websites, watching videos, watching streamers, actually PLAYING! :D

If you can identify what you think are your weaknesses you can target the weakness one at a time to become stronger.
 
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I recommend the free 30 Day Course by CardsChat :)

https://www.cardschat.com/forum/learning-poker-57/cardschat-a-new-ebook-training-course-455641/

As far as improving outside of this course, I say "why limit yourself?" I'd experiment with a little of everything. Reading poker books, watching poker videos on YouTube, playing lots of freerolls on CardsChat and so on. Trying a bit of everything will also reveal which methods of learning work best for you. Different people learn best with different things. Some people learn a ton from books and other people learn best from hands-on practice; there is no right or wrong answer, you simply must find what works well for yourself :)

In the case of learning poker, I'd recommend this great forum community called cardschat.com :D but I'm pretty sure you know of this place already ;)
 
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