In this episode I play an excerpt from my book ‘How to Study Poker’ about utilizing Game Tape to improve your poker game.
In episode 135 I discussed how to plan your double-barrels before you fire that initial flop cbet.
Due to the Game Tape reviews I’ve been conducting in my Twitch study streams, I’ve received many emails asking about the practice of game tape. This podcast contains an excerpt from my book, How to Study Poker Volume 1, in which I discuss in detail how to put this valuable strategy into practice within your own studies.
Chapter 17: Game Tape Excerpt (3:05)
Here’s my challenge to you for this episode:
I know you saw it coming… do your own game tape. Get out there, download a free program, start recording, buy a microphone if you have to, and get to it. Utilize this most underutilized yet beneficial study technique.
Now it’s your turn to take action and do something positive for your poker game.
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In podcast #137, I’ll hit the final class #4 in the Cbet MED when I discuss defense against cbets.
And I’ll have an extra goody for you all. Mark Warner over there at exceptionalpoker.com and I teamed up for a Cbet collaboration. He has created a cbetting video to go along with this MED that I’ll share with you in next week’s podcast. He discusses cbetting as a function of both pot-equity and fold equity. A very interesting concept and I’m looking forward to learning a ton from this video.
Until next time, study smart, play much and make your next session the best one yet.