Multi Table Tournament (MTT) 101
5 Hour Course: A Comprehensive Beginner's Course for Online Micro Stakes MTTs
LEARN TO CRUSH MICRO STAKES MULTI TABLE TOURNAMENTS (MTTs)
Online MTTs are the softest poker format going. Offering big prize pools and bad competition, they can be an absolute goldmine – at least if you know what you’re doing.
The Good News!
Even if you aren’t confident in tournament strategy, our MTT 101 course is here to help. Comprising of more than four hours of High Definition (HD) video content along with downloadable materials , MTT 101 will give you all of the knowledge and resources you need to capitalize upon the softness of micro stakes tournaments!
It’s beginner-friendly, but that’s not to say that experienced players won’t learn anything. The course prioritizes teaching solid, fundamental strategy that is a must-know for anyone serious about success at online MTTs . There’s also a focus on potential exploitative plays that can be made to maximally punish weaker players at the micro stakes.
What’s in the Course?
The course features 21 videos, split into four key sections:
- Early Stage Strategy
- Middle Stage Strategy
- Late Stage Strategy
- The Final Table Strategy
Tournament strategy is dynamic and changes drastically depending upon stack depth and blind level. These different sections allow focus on the variety of strategic adjustments required to win an MTT, from deep-stacked play in the early stages to the wildly different heads-up dynamic at the close of a tournament.
What You'll Get out of This Course
Once you complete this course, you will be a fierce adversary and feared opponent in micro stakes MTTs. You will not only win a lot more money, but you'll also be a much happier tournament player as you see your profits skyrocket throughout the year!
George Mathias is a poker pro and coach who has built up his bankroll the classic way: laddering up the stakes from the humble beginnings of 2nl. He has more than three years of coaching experience under his belt, working for the likes of Upswing Poker, Card Player magazine and PokerVIP in the process. Being a seasoned regular at 200nl+, he attributes his success to having strong fundamentals at the table and looks forward to sharing this knowledge to help other players better their own game.