This is all about getting players instant access to an expert, experienced coach of poker. This is all about evolving your game, and rapidly advancing that evolution. Poker is a sport. Anyone who plays or watches the game on TV knows this. Poker in fact, is a great sport. Anyone who works at it can be a competitor in this game.
In sports, players play, and generally, coaches coach. Coaching is a separate skill, and an art form. If you look at golf, coaching has had a huge impact there. Tennis also. Even the game of chess has a coaching aspect.
We are influencing the game's evolution by bringing a real and formal coaching element into the tournament poker scene. We fully expect to produce final-table players and even more than a few champions as a result of our efforts. The positive effects of coaching on a player's game are too large to be ignored. We fully expect our efforts will produce a new kind of winner.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 26 August 2008 22:51)
Tiger Woods, one of the greatest golfers in history, has been coached almost his whole career. It's interesting that he stopped winning major tournaments after he fired his long-time coach, Butch Harmon. If Tiger Woods needs a coach in his sport, what does that imply? He is a huge talent, and he recognized the need to have a coach to help him evolve his game.
Poker has a wide variance; you can play "perfect" and still not win money for a long time. You can also play in a" fundamentally flawed" way for a long time and WIN money. What this means is, there is a disconnect between intentions and results, due to poker's wide variance. A coach will validate your correct play and plug leaks in your game. He'll be able to tell you where you have problems, even when you win. He can validate your correct play, even though you are losing right now. A coach is indispensible (for serious players) for these reasons.
Seriously, who doesn't? Any serious student of the game needs a coach after a certain point in his development. The game of poker is difficult to win; the variance is very wide. You can be playing absolutely correctly and still not win much money. And, you can play like a complete novice, and win a lot of money. And still while winning, you can have massive holes in your game--" leaks", if you will.
The reason for both scenarios is simple: poker has a wide variance. Most players think that when they win, that proves they are playing correctly; and when they lose, that means something is wrong. Not necessarily. An expert observer of your game can tell you exactly where you need improvement, and where you are playing expertly. A great poker coach will raise your game, and your confidence in that game.
We coach limit players and tournament players.
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