Learn the 7 Steps to beating the most common poker game on the planet: Live, full-ring no-limit holdem cash games at stack depths of 100 big blinds or less.  Full-ring just means a full 9-handed table. We're focused here on cash games not tournaments, in a live face to face setting rather than online games. These games are normally spread with buy-ins of 100 big blinds or less.

Where does most of the money come from? 80% of the money in these games comes from recreational players whose game is riddled with structural flaws. Unknown to them, there is no amount of creativity that can overcome their disadvantage caused by these structural mistakes.

Where does the money go? Simply, to competent players who can keep their composure through the ups and downs and follow these steps to exploit those opponents in the long run. I will teach you to claim your share.

What '7 Steps' Students are Saying

  • GREAT lessons - well worth the investment!

    Chris Kramer

    This was a great learning tutorial that made me think about poker from the perspective of a winning player. The videos were informative and well thought out. The test questions at the end of each session were specific to that session and made me "...

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    This was a great learning tutorial that made me think about poker from the perspective of a winning player. The videos were informative and well thought out. The test questions at the end of each session were specific to that session and made me "think" about my two cards, players around me, action, stack sizes, etc. The best part of the test questions was the explanation for why I got the answer correct or incorrect. The explanations made sense and made think about the game differently. Some of the topics I was aware of, but H's perspective opened my eyes to what is really going on at the table and, more importantly, why situations unfold as they do. Very informative and I look at the hands differently when I'm at the table. I'm looking forward to the next series of videos!

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  • Solid foundation for live cash game poker

    Thomas Johnson

    Excellent foundation for learning how to play fundamentally correct, profitable poker. This is aimed at the player who would like to get to the next level - they understand the basics of winning poker, but just haven't mastered the deeper skills ...

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    Excellent foundation for learning how to play fundamentally correct, profitable poker. This is aimed at the player who would like to get to the next level - they understand the basics of winning poker, but just haven't mastered the deeper skills necessary to see a hand through to completion routinely in the most profitable way. Basing a strategy of poker around these lessons would help 99% of poker players in 1-2 and 2-5 games improve their win rates. Thankfully, few players are willing to do the work necessary to improve their game. This course is a valuable addition to any library of tools to help a player master the 2-5 games as they are played today.

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  • Deep Thinker in Poker

    Peter Horadan

    H has clearly thought very deeply about this game, and in these courses he takes his time to walk you through exactly how to build a sound strategy. I was the person he calls a "recreational player making fundamental structural errors". I did ...

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    H has clearly thought very deeply about this game, and in these courses he takes his time to walk you through exactly how to build a sound strategy. I was the person he calls a "recreational player making fundamental structural errors". I did OK but never felt on top of the game. After watching this course, I've isolated several errors in my logic that have made me a better player. The value of what I'm saving by being a better player is worth far more than the course fee. Plus I'm just a happier, more informed player. This is a very worthwhile course for any player.

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  • Fantastic course for going from "okay" to "really good"

    Julian Jiggins

    Many online courses are either aimed at complete beginners or present complex concepts for advanced players. This course is clearly aimed at the player who may already think of themselves as "good" but who knows they could do better. I consider my...

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    Many online courses are either aimed at complete beginners or present complex concepts for advanced players. This course is clearly aimed at the player who may already think of themselves as "good" but who knows they could do better. I consider myself a good player but this really helped drive deep the value of the fundamentals of solid poker in an an enjoyable and easy to follow format. Well worth it.

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  • Very appropriate - it's what got my attention originally

    Ted Landreth

    Well laid out, with consistent tying in a present discussion topic to something covered earlier. I liked the presentation style of verbally using some of the words on the charts but other times using synonymous words and thus, not just "reading" ...

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    Well laid out, with consistent tying in a present discussion topic to something covered earlier. I liked the presentation style of verbally using some of the words on the charts but other times using synonymous words and thus, not just "reading" the charts. By the fact of you frequently offering to discuss any of this as well as you providing a copy of the charts for my note-taking purposes indicates to me just how much you are supporting your students. Thank you.

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