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Which Help Should You Get?

Five general rules

by Alan Schoonmaker |  Published: Oct 29, 2010


You want to play better poker and improve your bottom line. You may need help, but don’t know which help to get. You’re lucky to be playing now, because so much help is available. The old-timers had to learn through experience, a slow and expensive process. With today’s learning tools, your learning curve can be immeasurably steeper. But there are so many tools that it’s hard to choose the right ones. You can read Card Player and books, watch videos and DVDs, sign up at training websites, use hand-tracking and other software, go to boot camps and other classes, participate in online forums, join discussion groups, swap help with a poker buddy, or hire a personal coach. Naturally, you want to select the tools that are right for you. That choice depends upon your goals, strengths, weaknesses, and other factors. Many people waste time and money by choosing the wrong ...

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