If strategy and execution got into a fight, who would win?

A couple days ago James Clear (Who’s a habit guru and has nothing to do with poker) tweeted out this gem:

As King Schultz from Django Unchained might say, “That’s a BINGO!”

When I first started playing cards professionally in 2004 on Suncruz Casinos, I was definitely not smarter than the folks I was playing against. I wasn’t more clever or born with more “natural talent” (Even though I would have sworn to you for years that I was).

I simply had one thing that most people didn’t: A pretty good plan.

I played way fewer hands preflop and, when I did play one, I was in there raising and pushing edges.

As I started winning regularly I’d find myself investigating all the “whys”.

I would regularly think to myself, “What’s happening here? Why does this work so well?”

When you have a plan that’s actually making you money, your brain is naturally going to get curious. That curiosity leads you to investigation. That investigation leads you to building on top of your already solid foundation.

But what happens when your plan keeps costing you money?

You start asking questions like:

“What am I doing wrong? Why is this not working?”

Then what? You abandon whatever strategy you’re trying for a different shiny object and try to find a new magic bullet solution for your poker woes.

Unsurprisingly, you never seem to make much progress.

It’s like you’re at sea being thrown wherever the waves take you with no anchor and no hope.

Which makes it near impossible to ever find lasting success.

But firing back up tomorrow, you have a pre-built optimal anchor staring you right in the face:

Preflop Bootcamp starts up at 3 pm EST and I promise it’ll be the best $200 you ever spend on your poker career.

And, since it’s Black Friday, I’m gonna make you a very special offer:

If you buy Bootcamp, go through the program, and you feel disappointed in the value you received…

I’ll refund your $200 and give you an extra $100 to boot.

This applies even if you’re one of the folks who have already bought November’s Bootcamp.

I probably won’t ever make this offer again (Unless a bajillion folks sign up and leave happy campers), so if you want to take advantage of the $100 freeroll, here’s your link to hop in tomorrow’s program:


Talk soon,

Coach Brad