Everyone wants to be the best poker player they can be, but not everyone knows how to actually work on their game. Sometimes, it’s not always fun to put in the work required to be a truly great player. But today we’re getting down to business and talking about practical things you can do right now, for free, to make yourself a stronger, more profitable player.

Here’s the video I mentioned today in which I break down some math and game theory:

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30 Replies to “How To Improve At Poker RIGHT NOW”

  1. I now fold Aces, Kings, Queens and AK and only play lesser pockets to flop sets. Plus JK, JT, AQ, AT, AJ TK, QK etc to flop straights. I 3 bet 72 quite alot too and good results so far.

  2. If you spend all your time managing the cards the players that play with feel are sometimes going to own you with random crap that you can’t calculate.
    Science and Art, there has to be a balance.

  3. Me: Trying to balance my range on my flop cbet
    Friend who thinks hes the best among us: so you think you know poker? Then, tell me what's the worst starting hand in poker…

  4. I'm disappointed to say that I sat down to watch this, genuinely excited to soak it up…. and I'd be less than honest if I said I could hang haha! I could barely keep up with this and frankly was lost at sea. This is a great video and I appreciate it, but as some one who's just playing casually, generally playing well but wants to improve…. Am I way behind not committing to this degree of investment? Cus this was trying to comprehend if I'm honest.

  5. Doug – why are we calling w half of our range in the last example? for a pot size bet we're getting 2-1 so we only need to be good 33% of the time not half of the time – so we call w 33 percent of our range right? or am i missing something?

  6. I’m definitely dumbed down! Gotta luv spreadsheets, but I am new to poker and have no idea what you are talking about most of this video. I’m not gonna play irl until I understand this stuff. I will come back to you when I know more of the basics. You talk so fast I’m gonna drink a lot of coffee when I watch u again 😵‍💫

  7. Most of the stuff i learned in poker i learned in the pass few months i knew nothing about the concept of 3 bet pot size bet , bluffing with suited connectors in late position

  8. Talk like an instructor, your audience is not a bunch of your buddies. So please talk slowly and clearly and do not be in hurry. We are not leaving you.

  9. Pokers like a trade,am a quality builder and I live well all them hard days and long hours working it all pays out Pokers the same.work hard learn it all ..

  10. Video presents a lot of valuable information. However, I don’t think it emphasizes enough playing style or patterns of your opponent/opponents. To me that is very important information that influences what you do and how you play.

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