New players can still vastly increase the speed at which they can progress their game by becoming a member, but will benefit from taking the time to check out the bocoran live rtp 101 section and partaking in some low stakes playing time at any of the popular online poker rooms to find their feet. I’d encourage those players to get some practical experience to really get the most out of an investment into such a dynamic poker training site as this.
However, for those who have hit a rut with their game, or are looking to seriously take their play to the next level, Real Poker Training is a must.
What Can We Find Inside Real Poker Training?
There’s already 100+ video’s in the members area and this comprises only a small part of the content and training available. There’s a heavy focus on tournament play, but that’s not to say that the site isn’t well rounded, with a healthy focus on ring games and variants. Todd Arnold, who crushes Paradise Poker under the moniker ‘NSXT2′ brings a lot to the table in terms of lending some insight into his vast multi-table tournament experience, and will prove invaluable to players looking to make deeper runs and larger cashes ieven with sizeable playing fields.
As with most online poker training sites, in addition to poker training videos Real Poker Training includes articles, blogs, and a members forum where we can chew the fat with other aspriing and successful players. Don’t underestimate the value in taking a deep bite of community knowledge. Most members seem more than willing to help rather than hinder.
One of the major drawcards for Real Poker Training though is the interactive approach the pro’s take to the members. Their involved in the forum, regularly answer questions and queries, and will actually provide breakdowns and analysis of players hand histories. Imagine the benefit of having a pro telling you exactly how you should have played a hand, or why what you did was right at the time. Very spiffy!
The video’s do broach various stake limits and so seek to cater to the variation in playing style and ability between say a $1 MTT on PokerStars to playing a $10/20 ring game at bodog. The site could benefit from more cash game video’s, although I understand they are looking to plug that gap. If the site continues to add to the arsenal with a fair share of attention being given to low and intermediate stakes as well as higher limits, Real Poker Training will continue to cater to players across the board.