Last weekend I went on a poker trip to Cherokee, NC with a friend/private student of mine as a little return to live poker celebration.
The “celebration” felt more like getting curb stomped while everyone else was making it rain with my money but that’s a different story for a different day.
Today’s about something I heard repeated endlessly on my trip:
“You can’t beat these guys that play everything! I have to raise 15x preflop to make these guys fold their trash. They play hands like 69o and then we take a flop 7 ways and I have no earthly idea what to do!”
Such a lazy way to think about poker.
Wanting to force your opponents to play in a certain way that makes you feel comfortable because you don’t wanna think critically about what you can do to beat their brains in.
I mean, isn’t the major reason most people fall in love with poker in the first place the fact that it’s a skill game played against flawed human beings?
And you want these humans to be less flawed???
I understand one thing very well though:
It’s way easier to complain and feel angry than to bear down, grit your teeth, and do the work.
But no matter how you slice it or dice it, life’s going to be hard in the poker streets one way or the other…
Study, learning, and crafting your own strategies may make you wanna cry tears of frustration but being a lifetime losing player isn’t any easier.
The path you choose is up to you.
Which brings me to my role in this poker journey of yours:
I use mass data analysis (MDA) to decode the randomness of your opponents so that I can be your guide and provide you with effective strategies in very specific situations…
This way you have a clear system you can fall back on even when you’re playing a hand against some dude in a straw hat you’ve never met before in your life.
Which basically means:
I’ve already done the hard work for you, bucko. All you’ve gotta do is buy the courses, study the strategies, and then execute when the situation arises.
Which brings me to the course I’m updating over these next couple of weeks:
Neutralize Flop Leads (Nuffle)
When a fish donks into you on the flop it may seem super random and chaotic (And the hands they choose to do it with can feel downright bewildering)…
But when you see the full picture the +EV counters are obvious and executable.
Here’s what my buyers say about Nuffle:
“If I didn’t buy Nuffle I’d be leaving a lot of money on the table. I also probably never would have realized how crazy recreational players can get. I mean I thought I knew but I didn’t KNOW.” – Stephen B.
“Without Nuffle I’d have less money, less laughs at the fish’s expense, and less confidence.” – Alex R.
“I remake my investment back each and every session because of how well Nuffle works. You are literally losing money by not purchasing this money printing machine.” – Ian P.
And here are my planned upgrades to Nuffle this month (Which will very likely come with a price increase, as is my custom):
- Strats vs. 30-49 bb stacks.
- Strats vs. 50-70 bb stacks.
- How-to deal with rare donk overbets.
- Calling thresholds when facing the dreaded pot/pot/pot donk line.
I also plan on giving all current customers FREE access to Neutralize Turn Leads (Nuttle) while charging everybody else $49 for the add-on.
(The deadline to get Nuttle as a free bonus is July 1st… Tick Tock.)
So if you’re curious as to what MDA-powered CPG strategies really look like and you’re ready to jump in and see what all the fuss is about, here’s your link to buy Nuffle:
Talk to you tomorrow,