This is not your average coaching!
Have you ever thought about how cool would it be if someone could tell you all your biggest leaks in your game? Learn about all the stuff that costs you the most EV? Too bad something like that is impossible?
Well I have good news for you! That is exactly what I do. Instead of slow and innefective browsing through a single tournament hand history or explaining a specific hand, I am able to quickly go through a large sample of your hands and find the biggest repetitive leaks in your game and give you examples and explanation on how to fix those leaks.
I coach even regs who regularly play in online $530, $1k, $2k or even $5k and $10k tournaments. I have coached dozens of other coaches as well as doing database reviews for stables like Pocarr or Three Amigos Staking.
Here's just a tiny taste of some of the feedback I've received from successful highstakes regs:
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I charge $300 per hour
Most reviews will take 1-3 hours to make (written report means we don't have to set up a specific time to call). I'd usually recommend the first one as at least 1,5h.
It depends on how many leaks you have and how much in depth you want to go. If you are not sure, you can send me your hands for free to quickly check and I can give you a suggestion based on that. (Or we can for example just start with preflop and extend it to postflop later).
Warning - the 3 hour version is a lot longer than you expect. Not for lazy people who don't like studying :)
It is charged "per hour" but realistically its several days of back and forth chatting on discord while I am sending you huge walls of texts and screenshots all the time about every single aspect of your game from how BB 3bet ranges change based on stack depth and opener position and how ICM and exploits change that to things like how turn probes change if they are vs one player or 3way to things like analysis of what river sizings you are using.
It is also possible to go into population stats and compare your game not just with GTO, but also with your averaged opponents, see what mistakes they are doing and find where it is reasonable to play exploitably and how.
Following db reviews (lot of players choose once a month db review or roughly every 25-75k hands) are usually fine being charged as 1 hour or 1,5 hour max, since hopefully there should not be that many leaks to talk about anymore.
Theory/Tools coaching and group coaching for stables on agreement.
All these players below - from micro semi-regs to highstakes crushers - received my database review (many of them repeatedly) and were happy with it. There are no paid shills, no friends vouching for me just because we are friends, no outdated stuff from 2015 or any other bullshit.
These are all real recent clients, most of them from last 6-12 months. Graphs (when available) are added to give a little more idea about what they play. (It's not supposed to show results before/after coaching.)
However effective my database reviews might be, you still need to put time into studying. If you can, it is always nice to have several tools, even just to compare different preflop charts.
For example GTObase uses minraises all the way until 50bb, which is not very standard, but a lot of players do just minraise, so it is interesting to compare how it changes things vs a more traditional 2,2-2,3x raise. BBZ charts do like some pretty big SB openraises, which is also interesting to compare. All kinds of iso, 3bet or 4bet sizings slightly vary across different tools and studying these differences can help you understand poker better.
There are bunch of other tools and I am sure at least some of them are fine, but I do have enough material for myself right now, so no reason to pay for 5 other similar products.
If you are a developer of something that you think I would like, you can hook me up with a free subscription, and I can mention it here also. But only if I actually like it, otherwise no promo :)
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If I should recommend one simple and useful trainer for postflop tournament poker, especially for beginners, it will be DTO Postflop with it's SHR level subscription. Carefully set up simple strategies solved to much higher accuracy than most competitors, which are easy to learn and reproduce. Includes even some fancy stuff like postflop final table spots or non-equal chip EV stack play (30bb BTN open vs 10bb SB flat is some very fun chaotic gameplay). They also have very helpful discord server and you can try a limited postflop version for free users.
You can get 20% discount for any DTO products using my code g6dto. Don't worry, it's not just a shill, I am a very happy user of ALL of their MTT products - Postflop SHR, Preflop Basic+Advanced+ICM and DTO 3way. I believe the two most useful are the Postflop (SHR level) which I mentioned and DTO 3way. Let's face it, I suck in 3way spots, you suck in 3way spots, everyone sucks in 3way spots. But with a proper 3way trainer you have the chance to suck a little bit less than your opponents and thats what makes the profit.
Preflop Basic is fine, but not the highest priority, especially when GTO Wizard has free preflop ranges. Preflop ICM has some pretty cool unique final table spots. While most tools are pretty tame and solve final tables with stacks like 30 20 50 40 25 40 and then switch the stacks for 5 similar solves, DTO just goes to the extreme and does fun spots like 5 5 75 30. And no, the answer is not "jam 100%", this is not icmizer, there are hands you just want to raise as the chipleader. And last Preflop Advanced includes lot of chip EV mixed stacks. Pretty common ingame spots like defending short BB with 7/10/12/15bb vs an openraise when everyone else is deeper stacked. Very different from ranges with equal stacks. But right now Preflop Advanced is the least useful DTO product, especially because GTO Wizard and Preflop Academy have a lot of asymmetric solutions now too.
Basically worse GTO Wizard with stupidly huge numbers of flop sizings and questionable accuracy of solves. A lot of high profile players shilled Odin (although mostly in the past tense, I haven't seen it mentioned much recently) but I don't see that many solid regs actually using it.
There are also some tools that I think are a less effective use of your valuable study time:
I am an MTT coach at Pocarr, probably the largest poker stable in the world. I do long database reviews for their higher stakes and higher volume players, even including some other coaches.
If you are a smart hard working player looking for a staking opportunity and maybe get a free DB review from me as part of the deal, check them out. And tell them I sent you :)
I am also an MTT coach for Three Amigos Staking, (stable run by ChanceW, CrazyB15, and LBC.Boliver).
Vojtech "LlKE A G6" Cervinka is a professional player from Czech Republic, playing poker for over 10 years. He is an expert in very advanced database reviews for MTT players. Able to find important leaks in everyone's game he has many clients from low stakes players to crushers with millions of profit who play the highest online stakes. Vojtech is mostly working with our higher stakes players, helping them with both theory leaks and population exploits.
Last but not least I consult some MTT theory for GTO Wizard.