Poker coaching is integral to becoming the best poker player you can be. A coach is able to spot leaks and opportunities that the student fails to see because they lack the knowledge or they’re too close to the situation.
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For everyone visiting this page, these videos are a resource to help you find and plug leaks in your poker game. Scroll down for a leak you suffer from, follow what I do within PokerTracker 4 to find hands to study, then get to work on and off-the-felt.
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First Poker Leak: “I lose money when I open-raise then call 3bets in unprofitable situations.”
Second Leak: “I lose money when I play too many hands from the EP.”
Third Leak: “I lose money when I fail to double-barrel.”
Fourth Leak: “I lose money by calling instead of 3betting with worthy hands from the BTN.”
Fifth Leak: “I lose money when I fail to double-barrel large enough.”
Sixth Leak: “I lose money by cbetting every street too frequently.”
7th Opportunity: “I lose out on profits by failing to take advantage of my opponent’s display of weakness (turn).”
8th Opportunity: “I lose money when I call with inferior hands on the river.”
9th Opportunity: “I lose money when I bet then call on the river.”
10th Opportunity: “I miss out on pots when I play too passively post-flop.”
11th Leak: “I lose money when I double-barrel cbet and then call the river bet.”
Behind the Scenes of the 11th Leak: losing money when double-barreling and calling the river
12th Leak: “I lose too much money when calling out of the SB.”
Behind the Scenes of the 12th Leak: losing money when calling from the SB
13th Leak: “I lose money when I limp.”