Before Calling Preflop, Plan for Post-flop Float Bets and Probe Bets

I will help you plan and execute float bets and probe bets. These are great post-flop bluffs when the time, and the opponent, is right. Listen to episode #360: How Often Do You Hit Flops? The #1 reason players call preflop is because they have a hand they want to see the flop with. They […]

Poker and the Minimum Effective Dose | Podcast #87

The minimum effective dose is the smallest dose that will produce a desired outcome.  In this podcast series, I’m giving you the minimum effective dose strategies among 10 different themes you MUST learn to turn yourself into the profitable poker player you want to be. Updated! Originally posted August 16, 2016. The 10 MED’s of […]

Avoid the Fixed Mindset | MED #9 Class 3 | Poker Podcast #152

In this episode, I discuss avoiding a fixed mindset and having a growth mindset within poker and when practicing hand reading. If you missed it… In episode 151, I discussed why you MUST utilize Flopzilla in every hand reading practice session. A Growth Mindset vs a Fixed Mindset (3:05) A necessary evil within hand reading […]

The Benefits of Flopzilla When Hand Reading | MED #9 Class 2 | Poker Podcast #151

benefits of flopzilla

Today, I discuss why you MUST utilize Flopzilla in every hand reading practice session. In episode 150, I answered three of your questions about studying poker as a team, the strength of small pocket pairs and adjusting your pre-flop ranges. What is Flopzilla? (2:25) Flopzilla is a range analysis software that’s designed to quickly figure […]

The Donk Bet | MED #8 Class 2 | Poker Podcast #146

donk bet

In this episode, I discuss the donk bet: why you should rarely do it and also how to defend against it because it’s employed by many of your weak opponents. In episode 145, I discussed the aggressive and fun to use Check-raise play.  This is a great way to neutralize your opponent’s positional advantage, and […]

The Check-raise | MED #8 Class 1 | Poker Podcast #145

the check-raise

In this episode, I discuss the aggressive check-raise play.  This is great for both value and bluff raises, but like everything else in poker, it’s success is dependent upon the situation you’re in. In episode 144, I discussed my Observation HUD which I use to help train myself to be more observant of my opponent’s […]