My students always think I'm insane the first time I have them play blindfolded against PokerSnowie. I do it because it drastically improves their situational awareness and attention to detail in a short period of time. So I thought it was ironic that Steven Iglesias, a very successful blind poker player, said the exact same thing in an interview with Poc...
I wrote an article for All In Magazine on April 19, 2017. It explains how I kept expanding on many of the articles I wrote for them in 2015 and ultimately turned my ideas into a book. You can read all about my poker coaching philosophy here.
I wrote an article for the PokerSnowie blog on April 27, 2017. It details how I discovered PokerSnowie and later realized it was a much more efficient way to teach my live poker students. You can read my thoughts on it here and purchase a subscription here.
I wrote an article for Ben Saxton's PokerNews blog on April 13, 2017. It recaps how I teach my students a fill-in-the-blank style of hand reading I call "The Template." Then it explains how I expanded on this method and wrote a book about it. You can learn all about it here.
I wrote an article for Ben Saxton's PokerNews blog on May 5, 2016. It's an in-depth look into a fill-in-the-blank style of hand reading that I call "The Template." I teach my students to use it in tough situations that require them to "weight" variables in order of importance. You can learn all about it here.
I've been responding to many of the questions "Advanced Concepts" readers have been posting on the dandbpoker.com forums. A lot of the questions are from readers that want to know how my book will produce results. And let me tell you, those questions have been decisively answered. You can catch up here.