LeggoPoker is the brainchild of high stakes super-pro Aaron “aejones” Jones. There are hundreds of training videos on LeggoPoker. Many are DRM-free, which means that you can put them on your mobile device (such as an iPhone) and watch them on the go. A variety of poker disciplines are covered and the quality of coaches is very impressive. LeggoPoker has quite a lot to offer to the poker player who wants to improve their game.
LeggoPoker Full Review
LeggoPoker is quickly turning into one of the top poker training sites around thanks to a stable of impressive coaches and hundreds of amazing training videos. The main sections of the site include the video area, coaches’ area, blogs, converter, and the forums.
Within the “Professional Video” section of training videos (which requires membership), you can sort by coach, game type (No Limit Hold’em, Pot Limit Omaha, No Limit Triple Draw, and Mixed Games), format (heads-up, short-handed, and full ring), Stakes (micro through high), type (cash, sit and go, and multi-table tournament), presentation, and site.
A search for some of the more common video types reveals that there’s a ton for short-handed No Limit Holdem games for micro- and small-stakes players. Outside of that, you will find a well-balanced number of videos across all of the major disciplines and stakes you’re looking for. Whether you are playing small-stakes Pot Limit Omaha or micro-stakes Hold’em, there are tons of videos on tap at LeggoPoker:
Once you have found a video you like, click on it and you’ll be taken you to a page that displays the coach’s name, video name, and rating. You then select whether you want to download it (WMV), stream it in a browser using Windows Media Player, or stream it using the flash player. Below that, you will find a list of posts by users who have asked questions or commented on the video. In all of the videos we searched, we found that the coach who made the video took the time to respond to questions, stimulating the conversation well beyond simply posting the video.
On the whole, there are a ton of videos, with the overwhelming majority of them being high-quality and offering up plenty to improve your game.
The blog section actually sees a couple of posts from the resident pros, which makes it fun to check in on who is doing what. You can also have your own blog here, which is a great feature since it’ll get some reads from fellow students. The forums are actually very active, with sections for strategy, video reviews, and even off-poker topics. There’s a real sense of community, which makes coming back to LeggoPoker a lot of fun:
In February 2013, LeggoPoker was acquired by IveyPoker. Overall, LeggoPoker is a great poker training site and well worth your investment. At the very least, it comes highly recommended for the seven-day free trial.
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