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Today, you can easily learn by watching training videos and reading books from the best players in the world. I have published a number of books as well as a training site, FloatTheTurn. Of course, I suggest you study from other world class players as well. I am a member of several training sites and I study poker training videos on a regular basis.

I have discovered that live webinars are a much better learning tool than either books or standard training videos because they allow for a high amount of interaction between the audience and the instructor. Interaction is the key. Going into a high amount of detail on a specific subject is an excellent way to learn, especially for advanced players who have already mastered the basic fundamentals of the game. For information on my past webinars, check out my product page. For information about my future live webinars, sign up for my email list.

If you have the resources, I strongly suggest you hire a poker coach.

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You will find that the most cost-effective way to do this is usually to hire someone who plays slightly higher stakes than you play. If you find you do not work well with a particular coach, find someone else. As the customer, you should make a point to get everything you desire from a poker training experience. I guess I have been listening to you all along. It has really helped my game. I write a note on myself that I open and review throughout my games.

Currently, my leak has to do with exercise. I play four games and then back on the tread mill. At the end of the week I take all of the games where I made it to heads up and profile and write notes on my opponents. I am also extracting interesting hands for analysis. I try to put opponents on quantitative ranges pre-flop and qualitative ranges post-flop. I then try to consider various lines and analyze them to see where I could have improved.

I have found 6-max to be interesting. It requires a lot of short stack play but also involves a lot of post-flop play because of the passive games. Since I used to play mostly man Sit-n-gos, 6-max is a new game for me and I am really seeing a lot of benefit. I am glad you have enjoyed the content. I love the idea of working hard to improve on a specific area each week. That seems like a great way to constantly better yourself. Good luck in your games.

I really need to start looking into this 3-betting thing with a polarized range. This of course depends on what our actual 3-betting range is, and do we always assume we are in position. I think that very often we are dominated in both cases. You 3bet with marginal hands because they are too weak to call with. I imagine that, especially against somewhat weak competition that folds too often, you should actually 3bet most of your marginal hands and call with your premium hands, forcing your opponents to fold when you have junk and stay in the pot when you have the effective nuts.


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  • You mention that we would have to fold to a flop continuation bet but your opponent cannot continuation bet when you 3bet preflop because you are the aggressor. As for two barreling, it depends on the opponents and the board. When the board drastically changes, barreling is usually good. I strongly suggest you check out Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker as I go into all of this in-depth. This is a great read. For the last several years I have been writing each and every hand.

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    Including position and if I called raises etc. I just started to review them recently when I started to get back into it. I realized a lot. Specifically that I play too many hands tilt: usually after having a few bad beats, and time. I notice that after 4 hours I start to get tired and make some big mistakes. Also that I call way too many raises. It is hard though but I am getting better. Anyway thanks for adding to the poker lexicon.

    Hopefully one day I can do the same. I do limit poker and I write screenplays. Thank you Jonathan for all of your insite. I do not have hand histories to send for review, as I have not played online poker.

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    Can you suggest how I could benefit from coaching? I typically ask my students to write down hands that give them problems. I detail an easy way to take notes at the table at jonathanlittlepoker. I then go through those hands and find any leaks. We also go through my hands to ensure the student has a similar thought process to me. Im a big cash game tag.

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    Im a big shark but my brain is full of thc. Do you have any sick tips on how to play marinal hands that shares the nutzers like j9 q10 k9 etc… Im really conscious about the types of palyers at my table and would like to know in exactly which situations should i raise them or call them to have the max imply on higher stackers which i made sure to had the position on when i came at the table. Hands like J9 and QT should either be raised or folded for the most part. They do not flop well against someone who raises in front of you because that player will often have big cards, which means you will be dominated a decent amount of the time.

    When everyone folds to you, from early and middle position, fold these hands but raising them from late position is fine. Good luck! You seem to already know the answer to your questions.. Thc was my drug of choice, and listening to people say its only a plant got me in a heap of trouble.

    Leading to dropping out of school, weekly therapy, and inpatient.. I am just here to say that I have a whole new perspective on life now, and hoping to pass it on to others. Treat your mind and body right, and the opportunities and happiness life brings you will be overwhelming. Your game will be so much clearer and improved with this big change.. Life will improve so greatly for you, in every aspect you can imagine. That is a promise, to all..


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    All those people who are looking for answers, and feel stuck in any ways, not even just poker.. This is the perfect place to start to get those answers, and keep the wheels turning.

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    Purify your life in every way possible, you can positively effect yourself and everyone around you. Thanks for sharing your experiences. Keeping the mind in good shape is vitally important for mental games like poker. Good luck in the future! I feel at a crossroads now, and reading this ignited a fire in me to work on my game in other ways.