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Doyle Brunson teams up with son Todd on New Poker Training Course

Tags: Doyle Brunson, poker books, Todd Brunson
Posted on Friday, August 03, 2018 by "T".
The Brunson father-and-son tandem has launched an all-new online training course valued at $149. Of course, there are plenty of online poker courses available, but only a few of them have the impressive poker background that the Brunsons have. The price isn't as expensive as one would expect considering the caliber of the people behind it, and the great thing about this course is that players wil[...]   Read more » Doyle Brunson teams up with son Todd on New Poker Training Course

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  11-Aug-18, 15:37   #21
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maragatero 
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Well, when I returned to the poker online after a while without playing, I was noticed that the game has change and the "turbo", "super turbo", etc, option was the new way of play, I was confuse and unconfortable. I remember the feeling of rush and my nervious with it. But then I got used and now, when I find a game with 10 minutes blinds ....I'm getting bored! Big Smile

     
  12-Aug-18, 14:50   #22
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CALICUL 
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The 10 minute blinds are almost the best, when you play real money, because you have time for maneuver. I have not been able to earn good money in turbo or hyper games. Honestly to be those games turbo or hyper, i do not like in real games, but in freerolls tournaments yes.

     
  12-Aug-18, 23:05   #23
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maragatero 
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Well CALICUL my friend, I feeled this confusion in the begining of the new way of play. When the turbo and super turbo kind of game was starting I thought that these was a crazy way. How could you think a little in 3 or 4 minutes? I was really confused and unconfortable with that. But I used to play in a new way, with less thinking and more reflections, So, like you, I started to lose more frequently Disagree

     
  13-Aug-18, 14:51   #24
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CALICUL 
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I can not play poker in this style. Players also play fast and i really do not like that. If i had played at one table, it was quite different, but when i playing at two or three tables, then a turbo game or 6 players per tables destroy me all concentration. I prefer to give up on turbo tournaments with real money. If i would buy Doyle Brunson's strategy, i will have to see how he touches this tactic.

     
  14-Aug-18, 00:26   #25
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maragatero 
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Hahaha.. I maked the same answer (more or less) to your thread my friend CALICUL! Yesterday, I opened the first page of this thread and I thought that a rare thing was happened, because I remembered to have replied your sayings... Alzheimer is coming!! Big Smile One thing CALICUL, when I readed the news about the Brunsons I didn´t understood that they are making a training in online poker. I thought that they was doing a course of life poker Confused

     
  14-Aug-18, 05:39   #26
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Serpang 
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I almost same character with you CALICUL, even I don't like MTT with small starting chips such as 2000 or 3000. I prefer min 5000 ,cause small starting chips give us similar pressure like turbo. But Irish opposite with us, I think Smile

of course Brunson give online training, maragatero, cause market online is bigger, unlimited place,lol

     
  14-Aug-18, 10:31   #27
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Haymore277 

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Am so gateful to Doyle for all that he did
for poker - but this is unfortunately an outdated
attempt at generating extra revenue. Neither player
plays NL much nor can they beat online.

     
  14-Aug-18, 10:58   #28
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pajalnick 

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of course it's just such a marketing trick and really improve the game will not work for many users of these courses ... but of course maybe someone will be able to get good information that will help in the game ..... but personally I think that this is just an attempt to make money without real benefits

     
  14-Aug-18, 13:11   #29
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Mober 
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They are mentioning in the article that the price isnt expensive.
The truth is that the price they are charging is absolutely nothing for them.
149 USD for a lesson?
Is that even one blind for them, when they are playing ring games? Smile

     
  14-Aug-18, 15:08   #30
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CALICUL 
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149 dollars is not too expensive but with english language is problem for me. I think it is worth paying for these lessons. Players learn poker strategy from someone who plays well at this age too but also for almost all his life. You have nothing to lose. $ 150 you recover after you learn some skills.

     
  15-Aug-18, 02:07   #31
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maragatero 
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Posted by Mober:
They are mentioning in the article that the price isnt expensive.
The truth is that the price they are charging is absolutely nothing for them.
149 USD for a lesson?
Is that even one blind for them, when they are playing ring games? Smile

With $ 149 I could play 1490 sits and go of $ 0,10, I don´t know wich learning I prefer! Big Smile I insist that the coaching could be better. A master of poker that play with you or analyse your playing in a really cash game or tournament, and explain online what was your weakness and the holes in your sistem if you have Blink

     
  15-Aug-18, 06:55   #32
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Gerimantas 
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I too say and think that it is a lot better to play more poker and make mistake and learn but of course there is good courses on internet and i think you can learn many new things from free information

     
  16-Aug-18, 15:31   #33
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CALICUL 
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I consider as 1490 Sit N Go's is an immense loss of time. Much more than that, you can not learn poker so well with these games. I'm sure you can learn poker with these tips from Doyle Brunson but provided you are focused when reading about strategy and skills. 150 dollars you recover much easier after you learn. I saw players who earn weekly money a few hundred dollars and are not professionals. Blink

     
  17-Aug-18, 20:22   #34
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maragatero 
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Well my friend, as I telled in other thread, I thinks that are some relation between tehe money, the time and the knowledge that you have, and these determinain the way that you play. And, of course, the level of crazy that you are Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Personally, as I have little money and a poor knowledge I decide to spend my time Blink

     
  18-Aug-18, 15:50   #35
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CALICUL 
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You can play as you like my friend. Depending on the possibilities or the earnings you make. About others who want to learn strategy, they can choose to buy the lessons of Doyle Brunson or other variants which exists on the market. They can learn without buying anything. Each player is entitled to his / her opinions and choices. Smile

     
  19-Aug-18, 16:16   #36
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erru9107 
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I mean, I do get why some people want to take poker lessons. But me personally would never do it, no matter the cost or who's the coach. There are so many free lessons and articles put there, I see no point in paying for basically the same advise.

     
  20-Aug-18, 14:31   #37
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Mober 
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Indeed. pretty much all the info is out there.
You can watch many videos on how to, fro poker and read some books also if you want.
You can even find online books for poker.
Paying for lessons is something that may do if they want to speed things up.
It is faster when there is interaction, and someone is always there, answering your
questions.

     
  20-Aug-18, 16:45   #38
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CALICUL 
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If you learned a little from the internet or from video clips will help you but you do not have to think that you will get rich quickly. The problem is that: you can not find strategy on the internet so good if you do not buy it. One is to read it on the internet and the other is to buy it from the real professionals.

     
  20-Aug-18, 18:41   #39
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maragatero 
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I think so. In internet there are a lot of information for know the game, Some free software that give you some kind of practice, like ICM trainer or Preflop Wizard in this site. Also you have some page that have especific forum where you can upload your hands to be analize or some live sesion where regular players play an open tourney...so, why we need to pay?

     
  20-Aug-18, 23:47   #40
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bowie1984 

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Posted by maragatero:
Also you have some page that have especific forum where you can upload your hands to be analize or some live sesion where regular players play an open tourney...so, why we need to pay?

You are paying for the brand/name recognition alone and not for the actual content (just like you would in case of an overpriced iphone).
It's marketing 101, the Brunson's are basicaly selling themselves not their 'real knowledge'.

     
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