This is a discussion on How do you improve at poker? within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; How do you learn new poker strategies, who do you follow, what websites, software, books, etc. do you recommend?
I think that poker has already been invented, apart from that I doubt that there is any strategy other than that of good players regardless of playing aggressively or being a bit passive, although the average of the two is the best in my opinion. I consider it to be a game that with basic knowledge, good math and luck, anyone can be a champion. Practice is what will lead to success
How do you learn new poker strategies, who do you follow, what websites, software, books, etc. do you recommend?
There are lots of options out there, but for me, the best coach out there is Jonathan Little. He has a number of books out there, varying from entry level rookie, right through to high stakes crushers.
He also has a website - pokercoaching.com - that has the most content of any online training site today. There are three tiers of membership; free, standard and premium. I would strongly recommend completing all the free content first to see how you get on and if you can afford it and your poker results justify it, sign up to the standard membership. There are often promotions available to great good discounts, so no need to pay full price. There is also a lot of his content on YouTube.
I recommend (actually Jonathan Little recommends) not watching Twitch streamers for anything other than entertainment. Often they are playing at a level much higher than you should be playing and therefore thought processes and plays that make sense for them will not translate to your games. Also, they will not have the time to talk you through their whole thought process, so it is difficult to really get a true understanding of why they do what they do.
"Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts." - Winston Churchill
Hi, how is it going, look at a very good place to learn from scratch, YouTube is a great place to do it, there are hundreds of channels that give you great foundations. and good internet there are many sites but you have to see updated things. regards
I try to learn as much as I can.
as I dont have too much money to buy a coach or something like that. I go to internet.. here in cardchat Im learning a lot.
youtube as well have a lot of great stuff.
and I like to watch pro's playing live on twitch
Hi. I watch streams of professional poker players on twitch. I watch their online poker game. I watch my husband play, he plays quite well. I am a member of poker groups in social networks. There I read various articles and tips.