Video training is becoming quite popular with the rise of Youtube, Vimeo and DailyMotion services. Although writing is my main vehicle to share my knowledge and expertise, posting instructional videos has been quite a success recently. Videos cover but are not limited to online poker lessons and trading strategies. Video training may require more time to spend compared to reading a single article, but in the end you will learn a lot more in less time. Haven’t you noticed that training sites offering instructional videos are way more expensive than services that offer exclusively written content?
The most successful video in terms of thumbs up and viewers’ number is definitely the video about sports trading, which you can find in my Youtube channel.
I have also done a poker video series at high stakes, although it’s quite outdated!
From time to time I am recording training videos as a guide to improve your skills. While by no means am I considering myself an expert when it comes to video training, I enjoy recording my activities and try offering my advice in a more fun way. Having watched numerous videos by other creators, my main concern is to produce entertaining videos that are easy to watch.
Heads-up poker is considered the ultimate poker game! Sometimes though, we can find ourselves playing heads-up at a 6-max table, when tables are breaking up, 4 players are sitting out or waiting to post the big blind. It’s not that rare to end up playing heads-up poker and you’d better be prepared, in case you are dealt a premium hand like in the poker hand I’m discussing about in the 6th episode of the video series about online poker strategy! It’s easy to learn how to play poker holding Aces or Kings, but what happens when a scary flop or...read more
The 5th episode of the video series about online poker strategy proves that mistakes are inevitable. Yet, the best way to learn how to play poker is actually by trying to avoid making the same mistakes over and over again! Making money in any online poker game is all about who makes the most mistakes. If we constantly play wrong, we donate money to better players who exploit our mistakes and weaknesses. By reducing the mistakes we make, the opponents return some of our money but we are still losing money. Making no mistakes while leading our...read more
You are defending from the blinds against a super-aggressive player sitting at late position. You look down at QJ off-suit. Should you fold, call or raise? I say: “Let them bluff”! Playing poker out of position can be a bit tricky and can cost money, especially when defending with no premium hands. I have already shown how to defend with suited connectors, but what happens when your hand can be easily dominated? The fourth episode of the video series about online poker strategy discusses such a poker hand, making use of some amateur magic...read more