In this episode, I share with you my plans for “The Month of HUD” and some of the poker training goodies coming in March.
Please bookmark this page because I will link to all the HUD-related content I create from here. Think of this page as your go-to HUD-resource for podcast episodes and training videos.
In episode 223, I discussed why check-raising gives you extra value and is effective at bluffing your opponent off their hand.
The Month of HUD!
This is preview podcast for the goodies I’m cooking up for everybody in March.
I’ve deemed March as “The Month of HUD”, so most everything I create will be HUD related (heads up display).
Podcast #225: Finally Learn to Use a Poker HUD >>> I discuss how to learn all the stats in your poker HUD and practice exploiting your opponents with it.
Podcast #226: HUD Reliability: Number of Hands and Sample Sizes >>> I discuss the number of hands it takes for HUD reliability. I also cover individual stat sample sizes for trusting the percentages.
Podcast #228: My Poker Software and Hardware Setup >>> I share with you my poker software and hardware setup for efficient poker studies and play (in both audio and visual formats!).
Podcast #227: Q&A: Becoming a HUD Master, non-HUD sites and Ranges >>> I answer your poker questions about learning to become a HUD master, playing on non-HUD sites, Bovada and how statistical %’s equate to ranges.
Effective HUD Use Webinar (10% off) >>> Finally learn how to use your HUD to effectively and profitably exploit your opponents.
5-Minute Poker Coaching Videos >>> I created many videos this month, and all revolved around PokerTracker 4 databases, reviewing player stats and finding/plugging leaks. I also did a couple BTS episodes so you can see how I go through a database to find leaks.
I hope you’re enjoying the Month of HUD!
Want to get more from your PokerTracker 4 HUD?
Next month’s theme: The Month of Poker Books.
Check out last month’s theme: The Month of Post-flop.
In episode 225, I’ll show you how to train yourself to use your HUD more often and effectively.
Until next time, study smart, play much and make your next session the best one yet.