I was talking with a friend of mine recently. He asked me the question above. We were discussing students of mine who recently had final tabled some $50 majors with seemingly billions of runners. My friend wanted to know what they were doing differently to cut through these bizarrely large online fields. “Honestly, man, can I show you a hand?” I asked. “I think it’s better to teach you this way.”
Hit and Run: PKR Goes Offline Due to Financial Difficulties; Cardrunners Halts Production of Paid Videos
PKR went offline earlier this week. According to a statement from Microgaming, PKR informed the network that they are experiencing financial difficulties.
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