Friday, Aug. 9, 2013

Poker Training Weekly Course Review


The Poker Training Weekly Course is unique since small lessons (5 to 7 pages) are delivered on a weekly basis for a full year. This, at least in my opinion, is preferential than other products that are delivered all at once since the student is more likely to remember smaller chunks of information and therefore achieve immediate and better results. This is the concept behind SFT or Single Focused Training that the authors have experience from developing corporate training programs.


There is also the added element of anticipation in that students have something to look forward to in their inbox every week.

In total there are 52 weekly lessons and included in each of the lessons are assignments for students to complete so they are able to make progress every single week.

Some of the topics include;

  • How to avoid bad beats
  • How to stay away from going on tilt
  • How to beat the maniac
  • How to kill the chaser
  • Find out how to bluff properly
  • Know when is the exact right time to bluff
  • How to play low pocket pair
  • How to play mid-level suited connectors
  • How to overcome mistakes you make and still win
  • How to play the large / short stack
  • When to limp in instead of raising
  • When and how to steal blinds

I had a chance to take a look at a few of the lessons and I am pleased to say that they are well written, informative and practical.

Below, I have cut out a page from the first lesson regarding pot odds in order for you to get a feel for what it is all about:

pot odds


You just cannot go wrong with signing up for the Poker Training Weekly Course and for such a reasonable price of just under 25 dollars a month this is a fantastic investment! In my opinion, each lesson delivered weekly is worth 25 dollars and you would obtain 4 a month, therefore it is like you would be getting 75% off!

Lastly, evidence of the popularity of this course is that over 65% of persons who have purchased this course stay the full 12 months!

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