Jeff Foxworthy’s Secret to Poker Glory

Today I wanna talk to you about Jeff Marshall Foxworthy.

Jeff (Him and I are close so I get to call him “Jeff”) is one of the most successful and famous comedians of all-time and he built his career in the genre now known as “common-man comedy”…

And because there is no Wikipedia entry for what “common-man comedy” is, you’ll just have to live with the Coach Brad definition.

Common-man comedy means you’re going to hear silly ass jokes about our day-to-day lives we can all relate to. Jokes about our wives, husbands, children, jobs, and pets. Oh, and rednecks…

You can’t forget about the rednecks.

Jeff’s comedy works so well because (No matter how smart of a 5th grader you were) we’re all pretty common creatures. We feel the same emotions and trudge along through the same daily monotony.

But therein lies the secret to Jeff’s massive success…

He spins the boring into gold.

Which is exactly why Preflop Bootcamp is so valuable.

It’s not ultra sexy and it sounds pretty boring…

But it’s the one thing most players DON’T study that they absolutely SHOULD.

Therein lies your opportunity to get ahead of the curve.

So in honor of this Foxworthy-ian spirit I find myself in, I’m gonna close today’s newsletter with some pretty awful jokes (If you’re a professional comedian, please look away):

If your preflop strategy is based on a book released before smartphones were a twinkle in Steve Job’s eyes…

You might need Preflop Bootcamp.

If you plan on absorbing Preflop grids via osmosis…

You might need Preflop Bootcamp.

If you’re convinced you’re a naturally great Preflop player…

You might be Jamie Gold. Also…

You might need Preflop Bootcamp.

If your name is Jeff Foxworthy and you’re worth $100 million dollars…

You’re free to suck at poker for as long as you wish.

If you strongly desire powerful preflop strategy that’s the foundation for success from $10 through $1K NL…

You might need Preflop Bootcamp.


Bootcamp fires back up this Saturday at 2 pm EST.

Here’s your link:

https://chasingpokergreatness.com/bootcamp

Talk tomorrow,

Coach Brad