It wasn’t you, it was me…

I know, I know, I know.

I ghosted you for the last couple of weeks and I feel just awful about it…

Kind of. Hmmmm…

Actually I don’t feel bad in the slightest.

It’s not that I don’t have any feelings about you because I very much do.

I just had an extremely interesting project that demanded most of my attention and the time got away from me.

I’m happy to report, though, that the project is all wrapped up and I think you’re going to love the finished product.

Sticking with the “Fish in a Barrel” theme of creating highly exploitative strategies that print money against the worst players you play poker against, my past couple of weeks were spent becoming intimate with one of the wackier things fish do…

Donking on the flop.

If you’re not familiar with the term, here’s what I mean:

Imagine you raise preflop, an out of position villain calls, and then they defy the laws of initiative by betting into you on the flop.

It’s weird. It’s awkward. It’s inherently fishy.

And, as it turns out, fish are HORRIBLE at using donk bets.

Their strategy has so many holes that it makes Swiss cheese is jealous.

And the most beautiful part of all?

Within 24 hours of study you can learn the most profitable defense strategies from the flop to the river in single raised pots.

Honestly, you ought to be able to go from feeling confused about flop leads to never worrying about them again in three hours flat but it’s better to be safe than sorry.

So if you’d like to check out “Neutralize Flop Leads” (I tried coming up with a sexier name but settled on an acronym you ought to be able to remember)…

Your price for this bite-sized course will begin at $99 and the launch is going down tomorrow night at 7 pm EST.

Hop in and start feeling excited the next time a fish has the audacity to donk into you:

Talk soon,

Coach Brad