Purposeful Practice Strategies You MUST Use Starting Today

Do you ever feel like your progress is stagnant and you’re not using new strategies? Like, you’re studying and trying to improve, your wheels are spinning, but you’re not going anywhere? I’m giving you my top strategies for purposeful practice, for playing and studying, that will grow your poker skills. Watch the video for this […]

Ask These Questions to Learn from Hands Played

Finding hands to study is easy… learning from them is tough. I give you 16 useful and insightful questions to help you learn from every hand played. Listen to podcast episode #402 as you follow along below:   Get your FREE 17-page PDF called “5 PokerTracker 4 Study Strategies EVERY player NEEDS to Use”   […]

What Would Poker Improvement Look Like If It Were Easy?

“What would this look like if it were easy?” Tim Ferriss, the author of the incredible book called “The 4-Hour Workweek”, asks himself this question in order to clarify his thoughts, to begin with the end in mind and to simplify the actions he needs to take to accomplish his goals. Listen to this podcast […]

Great Questions Lead to Great Decisions

I help you put more thought into your decisions by asking yourself great questions that force you to utilize the information available to you. Listen to this episode #365 as you follow along below: Most poker players don’t put enough thought into their decisions. Basically, all they do is look down at their cards, compare […]

Slow is Smart and Smart is… WINNING

slow is smart and smart is winning

“Slow is smooth and smooth is fast.” I’m sure you’ve heard this sniper motto before. It’s one of my favorites because it’s applicable to more than just being a sniper. I love taking ideas from real life and figuring out how to apply them to poker. Let’s relate this classic sniper motto to poker: “Slow […]

You MUST Work to Understand Your Opponents | Podcast #335

In my efforts to understand my opponents better, I’ve developed a system to help train myself to think about my opponents. I use Focus Sessions of just one table at a time for this practice. By playing just one table, I have enough brain space to observe all the action to make as many reads […]