Now that the major winter holidays are behind us, we know that many of you will be returning to your favorite weekly poker game. Some of you are undoubtedly looking for ways to improve your game by acquiring new strategies; you can learn so much by playing lots of online
poker (at least that’s what my husband, Jim “Pocket Bullets” Paris tells me)
and studying the successful techniques of some of the best poker players in the world.
Most well-known poker stars have at one time or another attempted to attract their followers by posting their own teaching blogs or videos. Of course, they used to write books, but with too few readers out there, teaching online seems to be the best way to go.
Two of the best poker minds anywhere are Fedor Holz and Matthias Eibinger; between them they have won more than $50 million playing poker. That’s why they created Pokercode: an active learning model to help you aspiring poker stars absorb the wealth of information they share. As described by Holz:
“It is a holistic approach combining all the state of the art technology, where I teamed up with Matthias Eibinger, one of the best online players in the world, and combined it with my adjustments and my experiences from the live circuit,” said Holz about the Pokercode course. “No matter what goal you have, whether you want to become a better player, make more money, or become one of the best in the world, we will provide you the framework.”
They cover dozens of topics in minute detail, including body language, mindset, tells, bankroll management, ICM, and more. Holz and Eibinger filtered through thousands of hours of their learning, removed their mistakes, and created Pokercode. Of course, this kind of instruction is not cheap, but compared to hiring one of them (or any poker super-star) to give you private lessons, costing thousands of dollars per hour, it’s quite a bargain. There’s a one-time payment of $1,549 when you sign up to Pokercode via PokerNews. Just click on the link below to check it all out for yourselves; https://pokercode.com/?aid=sku_FuwZDXDIXuh4WC&utm_source=pokernews&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=pokernewsxpokercode .
Learn all you can and practice a lot by sitting in on as many poker tables, both online as well as live, as you possible can.