Daniel Negreanu has said that only elite players can produce the best poker books and videos, but there’s more to teaching than just knowing the material.
Want to learn more about poker? Your best bet is to check out PokerStrategy.com, which boasts more than six million members and a wealth of resources for improving your game.
JaxtrawPoker is a training site that offers both classes and videos to help you improve your poker game. Find out more in our review.
New Poker Training site review: Who doesn’t like a free poker training site? MoreEV.com gives you a bunch of poker-themed content that doesn’t cost players a thing.
Ed Miller’s latest book, “Playing The Player: Moving Beyond ABC Poker To Dominate Your Opponents” is now available as an e-book or paperback. Read our review inside.
Looking to brush up your MTT skills? A new training site has the tools to facilitate that goal. Read more in our review of Tournament Poker Edge.
After a ’soft launch’ in late 2009, Drag The Bar has announced their entry into the poker training market with a slew of instructor and archive additions in 2010.
Cardrunners is another entry in an increasingly crowded field of sites that offer online poker training services. Like PokerXfactor and DeucesCracked, CardRunners conducts the majority of training via video lessons where subscribers can view the hole cards of pros in real situations and listen to their thought process as they play a session.
A review of online poker training site Sit N Go Grinders
We review the new online poker training site BlueFire Poker, which features lead instructor Phil ‘OMGCLAYAIKEN’ Galfond.