I believe everyone should learn how to play poker.
It’s a unique game that involves luck, skill, and psychology.
Whether you're at a home game with friends or playing small stakes at a casino, you should be able to win consistently by applying simple principles that everyone else is ignoring.
This is everything I wish I knew when I first started playing poker.
In exactly 100 slides and ~3 hours of video content, you'll be able to crush opponents on the felt.
You'll be able to make your own luck.
No, I haven't won any tournaments and I can't show you any crazy cash game winning numbers. I'm not a poker pro. But I know more than your average joe. And I've got a few home game W's under my belt PLUS hundreds of millions in virtual currency winnings on the WSOP app... that's gotta count for something right? 🤣
This is for those new to the game and for beginners who want to take their game to the next level.
After you take this course, you'll see the game in a new light.
When everyone else at the table is fumbling around, you'll feel like a genius.
But the real value is the lessons you'll take away that you can apply off the felt.
See... poker teaches you how to be a better decision-maker. It teaches you how to think probabilistically, how to read opponents, how to make decisions with incomplete information, and how to adjust on the fly.
Poker is a reflection of life — it’s just a series of decisions based on incomplete information.
As Annie Duke says, you have to “think in bets.”
Master poker and you'll approach everything else in your life and business with a newfound ability to think strategically, recognize patterns, and make tough decisions with limited information.
In the course, we'll cover:
Fundamentals and basic rules
How to use the concept of "expected value" to make profitable decisions
Which hands to play (and which to automatically fold)
Using table position to your advantage
Betting strategies before the flop
Analyzing "board texture" to your advantage
Navigating the turn and river to maximize wins and minimize losses
Basic probabilities and statistics you should memorize
Playstyle and recognizing opponent tendencies
Common mistakes to avoid and best practices to follow
Stack size and home game setup
Crafting and capitalizing on what opponents think about you
15 live hand reviews to learn from real examples
Your first lesson starts now…
Will you fold and close out this tab OR will you call my bet and dive in?