Studying poker, where to start?

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In the first part,I'm repetitively new to the game, playing for the first time in March. I've that seen there's a lot of reference to studying poker. At the moment, I pretty comfortable with understanding the absolute basics, position, betting, hand rankings etc. However, Im struggling to understand which concepts I should build upon and develop past that. Is there is a systmatic approach to poker learning? Whats next?
 
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Check out Blackrain79 for micro stakes. He has a lot of great articles for micro stakes players. I've found his articles and info very useful. He has a website by the same name.
 
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In the first part,I'm repetitively new to the game, playing for the first time in March. I've that seen there's a lot of reference to studying poker. At the moment, I pretty comfortable with understanding the absolute basics, position, betting, hand rankings etc. However, Im struggling to understand which concepts I should build upon and develop past that. Is there is a systmatic approach to poker learning? Whats next?
Have you read all the articles on this site?
 
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play style

Over time you will develop your own style of play. you will have to be very creative, will adapt to the table you are playing
 
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If you want to go completely free, watch some streams and YouTube videos. If you're willing to spend a little money, buy a couple of books (I love anything written by Jonathan Little), and if you're really willing to shell out then some subscription coaching services start at $5 a week. There is plenty of free material for poker online, pokerstars School is where I'd recommend any true beginner starts.
 
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I just joined this forum, and reading articles here can increase my knowledge about poker. And keep playing to get experience.
 
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Have you read all the articles on this site?


No I haven't, but what I'm trying to figure out is which is the info presented is progressive, do i start with odds then move to the next?. Theres a vast confluence of intermingled information.
 
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If you want to go completely free, watch some streams and YouTube videos. If you're willing to spend a little money, buy a couple of books (I love anything written by Jonathan Little), and if you're really willing to shell out then some subscription coaching services start at $5 a week. There is plenty of free material for poker online, PokerStars School is where I'd recommend any true beginner starts.


Cheers I'll check out the school. :)
 
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