This is a discussion on Poker Coaching Online within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Hi all, new to this forum and fairly new to poker, been playing low stakes and some low buy in tournament poker for a year
Hi all, new to this forum and fairly new to poker, been playing low stakes and some low buy in tournament poker for a year or so now and want to take my game to the next level.
I’ve been looking a a few of these poker pros online coaching courses and was wondering if anyone has used them and found the beneficial? Also what one people would recommend and if they are worth money?
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..it is very important for us who strive to improve our game and reach a higher level
There are a lot of infos about poker ,so you can find it on inyernet.But the most profitable way for boost in poker is to get few lessons with personal coach.This will give back all money for coach with much more you ll win in poker
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I didn't use trainers online, there was simply no money for it.I think, as elsewhere, there is a coach who will give you knowledge and teach you how to win, and there is a coach who believes that he will teach you, but this is not a fact.
Any trainer will require you to know the basic material, so first learn everything yourself and then contact the trainer to understand what he is talking about.It will also save you money.
Something I have thought about too. Did find some much free content online between the forum and YouTube that it wasn't a very serious inquiry, Was making money at poker and did decide to use BRM as way funding the endeavor. Have always done that with books and videos purchased. Might as well with a coach.
If you decided on that route, please report back and let us know who and how much. Good luck at the tables and the educational desk.
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