The largest 3-letter word in the poker dictionary…

Today I’m gonna talk to you about a common topic in the poker world:

Axes and Armor.

When you think of the word Axe what do you see in your mind’s eye? Now what about armor?

Because there are many different types of Axes and Armor, I promise your imagination took you to a totally different place than mine…

Mostly because I imagined a dude who’s completely in the nude except for a welding helmet and hatchet. Stop judging me, now it’s melted into your brain as well.

Now I want you to imagine a specific job where you’d need specific tools:

You’re scaling a glacial peak.

Clearly a welding helmet, hatchet, and your nude body are not ideal for this gig (Or any gigs, I hope).

You’d likely choose an Ice axe, sturdy boots, a climbing helmet, and layers of clothes to keep your nips nice and toasty.

Life just gets easier when your tools are named correctly and you’re able to identify the job that needs to get done.

In poker, here are the tools at your disposal:

Bet, call, raise, check, or fold.

The problem with each of these simple one syllable words is that they have many, many uses…

They might seem small at first glance but the reality is they’re massive in scope.

And in the infinite wisdom of poker teachers worldwide, no one ever thought to create more precise language for those poker tools so that you’re able to choose the right one for the job at hand…

Until now.

Lately I’ve been spending an obnoxious amount of energy trying improve the language of poker. Most of that involves finding every single use for these itty bitty poker words and giving those uses more precise language.

This Thursday at 5pm EST (In my 2nd webinar for PokerCoaching.com), I’m going to be unveiling all of the brand new language upgrades I’ve come up with so far.

No matter where you’re at in your poker journey…

I’m confident this webinar will help you think about poker more precisely, discover areas you need to improve more efficiently, and give you much stronger and more profitable plans for all the hands you play.

And all you have to do is a learn a couple new vocabulary words.

If you’d like to tune in and are NOT a PokerCoaching.com member, here’s your link to sign up before Thursday:

https://pokercoaching.com/?ref=cpg

If you are a PokerCoaching.com member, I’ll see you on the inside.

Talk soon,

Coach Brad