Poker Study Groups?

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Gino34

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So, I've decided to learn Poker about two weeks ago and realized one thing: Learning Poker is tough! :confused: There's so much that you can learn, it's hard to know what you have to learn. In order to a) have more motivation to learn and b) maybe learn better, I decided it would be good to form a sort of "study group" with some more beginners (and of course some better players!) because I'm sure I'm not the only one having problems with all the available material online. So, message me if you're interested or have any more questions and we'll discuss further details.
 
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Sounds like a good idea so count me in as I'm at the beginning of my poker journey too

My advice would be (limited as it is) find the game you're good at (cash/tournaments) find a style of play that suits you and then try to absorb as much info that pertains to that style as possible

I'm learning, learning, learning and reading as much as possible and this forum has been invaluable to me as I feel my game has improved already

Good luck out there
 
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Poker Study

I was googling info related to poker study groups and I came upon this post. I decided to create an account because I can see this forum is geared more toward beginners, and I think I could be of help to new players who are trying to formulate a study regimen. I was a self-taught player (no formal coaching), and I struggled for years organizing the vast amount of poker strategy information and resources that are available. I couldn't afford coaching and so I had to slowly figure the game out on my own. If there are any newer players who feel a little overwhelmed about where to start and what they should be looking at I'd be happy to offer some free advice and guidance, you can shoot me a pm. I play primarily mid-stakes nlhe tournaments, and that's where I could be the most help, but I have familiarity with all formats. :icon_sant
 
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So, I've decided to learn Poker about two weeks ago and realized one thing: Learning Poker is tough! :confused: There's so much that you can learn, it's hard to know what you have to learn. In order to a) have more motivation to learn and b) maybe learn better, I decided it would be good to form a sort of "study group" with some more beginners (and of course some better players!) because I'm sure I'm not the only one having problems with all the available material online. So, message me if you're interested or have any more questions and we'll discuss further details.
Great post!

~moved to Learning Poker.
 
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silversun87

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Hi! I'm interested as well. Let me know what you have in mind specifically. Thanks!
 
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So, I've decided to learn Poker about two weeks ago and realized one thing: Learning Poker is tough! :confused: There's so much that you can learn, it's hard to know what you have to learn. In order to a) have more motivation to learn and b) maybe learn better, I decided it would be good to form a sort of "study group" with some more beginners (and of course some better players!) because I'm sure I'm not the only one having problems with all the available material online. So, message me if you're interested or have any more questions and we'll discuss further details.


Learning poker is a really big job. Good luck learning.:angel:
 
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How is the study group? Are you studying hard ??
 
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