“Here’s how you too can start to win more and stop being a fish every time you play a game. If you seriously want to crush the micro stakes and move up to higher stakes, so you can start making more money, this is what you need right now. Read below to find out more about it!”
If the answer to one, two, or all of these questions is YES, then keep reading. You’ve come to the right place.
You’re about to discover the six steps to profitable poker, which is the solid foundation that would transform you from an average recreational player into a winning player who is ready to crush the micro stakes.
Here's a few of the important topics you'll learn in this course...
If you want to be a successful poker player, you first and foremost need to develop a strong foundation. Just as if you were building a house, your poker game also needs a strong foundation.
Think of your poker game as being supported by four foundational pillars:
Your foundation in the poker game is
everything because it'd support your growth as you become more experience and
playing in the higher stakes.
Egos often get involved at the micro stakes, with players thinking they 'should' or 'deserve' to be playing at higher limits.
The reality of variance in poker means that (usually, unless you run insanely hot) you aren't just going to storm your way from 2NL to 100NL in 3 months. Even if you are playing great, there are periods where you will lose money or break even over a long stretch.
Being successful in poker requires learning to accept this and maintaining a positive mindset about the future...And that’s exactly what you’re going to learn from from course.
One of the biggest mistakes of beginning poker players is assuming their opponents are bluffing more than they really are. Learning to not pay people off with second best hands, is a significant way to increase your win rate.And that's what I'm also going to show you in this course.
Whether you’re a beginner, or struggling micro stakes poker players... this course will help you build a solid foundation to become a long-term winning poker player!