Video: .mp4 (1280×720, 30 fps(r)) | Audio: aac, 48000 Hz, 2ch | Size: 7.63 GB
Genre: eLearning Video | Duration: 58 lectures (6 hour, 59 mins) | Language: English
A poker course targeted for players at all levels, which simplifies the complex strategies of the game.
What you’ll learn
Poker Hand Rankings
Table positions and significance
Starting, Made and Drawing hands in Poker
Calculating Pot odds and Equity
Calculating expected value and understanding its significance
The Concept of SPR and its application
Application and calculation of hand combinations and blockers in poker
Bankroll management and significance
The art of player profiling and note-making
Pre-flop range construction for 30bb, 40bb, 60bb and 100bb stacks
The concept of 3-betting and 3-bet sizing.
Ranges: 3-betting vs flat calling against Pre-flop raiser.
Ranges: Playing vs 3-bets.
Exploitative adjustments in ranges while 3 betting and playing vs 3-bets.
Flop Classification and board textures.
C-betting: Sizing and Frequency.
Advanced strategies of approaching the Turn and River.
You do not require any prior poker knowledge to study this course
The beauty of this course is that it caters to players at different levels.
This course is designed to expand your poker understanding irrespective of your current level.
The hashtag poker course is uniquely designed to benefit players at all levels. This course covers it all, from elementary poker concepts to beginner-level fundamentals, and also advanced level mathematics, ranges and in-game strategies. We have meticulously explained the poker concepts and spread them across easily consumable videos with new-age interactive graphics.
This course is perfect for players with little to no understanding of poker as it gradually moves from simple to advanced concepts. It is also beneficial for players with a fundamental knowledge of poker as it will help them build advanced strategies and improve their win rate.
The course is divided into 4 major sections –
Elementary – Here, we introduce you to poker, the history of the game, and how it has evolved over the years. We also learn about the different formats of poker and examine what hole cards and community cards are. Finally, we define the basics of pre-flop and post-flop play, and understand the overall objective of No-Limit Hold’em. By the end of this section, you will have a solid grasp of hand rankings in No-limit Hold’em and know how it functions.
Beginner – In this section, we will go one step further and learn the basics of No-Limit Hold’em Poker and build a solid strategic game plan for you. This section will strengthen your understanding of table positions and their significance. We have added detailed explanations with examples of possible situations to help you understand starting hands, made hands, drawing hands, and much more.
Intermediate – This section focuses on building your core as a poker player, teaches you solid strategies by explaining high-level theories. We will give detailed explanations of key mathematical concepts and teach you how to calculate pot odds, equity, SPR, EV, combos, and blockers. This will allow you to take accurate decisions on the table. We will also go deep into understanding and constructing preflop opening ranges for 30bb, 40bb, 60bb, and 100bb stacks. Additionally, you will learn how to manage your bankroll and make real-time notes and profiles on your opponents to exploit them and increase your profitability as a player.
Advanced – In this section, we will go beyond the Intermediate level, to understand all high-level and advanced concepts of No-limit Hold’em. This section will extensively cover how one needs to dominate at Texas hold’em at an advanced level. We will sum up the entire pre-flop journey by covering 3-betting and flat calling ranges, additionally, we will also dive deep into understanding all critical post-flop aspects of the game. To name a few, we will be learning about flop classifications, board textures, c-bet sizing & frequency, turn betting, and the concept of value betting / bluffing on the river. These concepts will help you make correct decisions while approaching the flop, turn, and river.
Who this course is for
This course is for players with minimal knowledge of poker wanting to learn the game.
It is also for players who understand poker and want to increase their win rate.
This course also targets players who want to build strong fundamentals and develop advance strategies.