⤴️Watch This FREE Poker Strategy Episode From LearnWPT!
Do you know what it means to call profitably?
Do you know when a situation becomes profitable based on Pot Odds?
Understanding Pot Odds and basic poker math is key to determining your hand’s equity and is essential to making profitable decisions.
That’s why we are giving exclusive access to a full LearnWPT Strategy Episode where LearnWPT Lead Instructor, Nick Binger helps take the anxiety out of poker math and simplifies calculating Pot Odds for practical use at the table!
Practicing these calculations away from the table will elevate your No Limit Hold’em play and allow for better decision-making in real time at the table.
This video is part of our Concept Strategy Episode series where we present key poker concepts that are the fundamentals of the game. These Episodes represent key content we think ALL members should have as part of their game.
Check out more on Odds and Outs by viewing these previews:
FYI… this exclusive access will only be available to non-members of LearnWPT for a limited time (access expires January 30th!) so make sure to check it out.
We’ll see you online!
P.S. Episodes like this are included as part of a Membership to LearnWPT and our Monthly and Yearly Members get 2 BRAND-NEW informative Strategy Episodes every week!
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Some of the ways we accomplish this is by:
- Teaching and presenting examples of proven, winning concepts through our Strategy Episodes (short 10-15 minute instructional videos)
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- Giving Members the ability to record, save, and send real hands they’ve played to receive expert analysis of their play using the Hand Input Tool
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