PokerSavvy Plus Synopsis
PokerSavvy Plus is a poker training website that serves up DRM free downloadable videos for No Limit and Limit games. The site usually runs promotions around loyal subscribers as well as a rakeback program. PokerSavvy Plus has a solid stable of coaches with a nice range of disciplines between cash and tournament formats.
PokerSavvy Plus Full Review
There are quite a few poker training sites out there and PokerSavvy Plus has developed a sizable following and earned a good reputation. Its instructors are known for being smart poker players that are accessible to their subscribers. The videos are typically done in a series, so a concept is carried out across several installments. On top of all that, the videos are DRM free, meaning that you can watch them from any device that you have assuming it will support the format you download.
The group of coaches at this site is very solid and well-spoken. In addition, they are some of the biggest winners in their respective games. The site has a core of seven pros, who are supplemented by a group of guest coaches. Among some of the core pros, Andrew “Foucault” Brokos (a well-known $5-$10 and up cash game player) and Justin “WPThero” Rollo (a tournament specialist with over $1 million in online poker winnings) are among the most popular. Its group of coaches may not have the razzle-dazzle that some sites boast, but the coaches who produce videos here definitely know their poker. Here are a couple of instructors:
The videos on the site are served up by either stream Flash media or through a downloadable file. More often than not, the downloadable file is a WMV. Some of the newer videos are being produced in iPod format as well as MOV, which is a clearer and more compressed video file. The streaming media server that the site uses has North American and European options to ensure that it comes in reliably and quickly. Videos are added almost every day, so the library is constantly growing:
The videos are recorded well and the ones that we watched, mainly dealing with No Limit Hold’em six-max cash games, were insightful and well done. The coaches that we watched videos from seemed genuine in their interest to help their students’ games. Each series is thought out with a important holistic concept conveyed intelligently.
Overall, PokerSavvy Plus is a solid poker training site with a growing number of videos in its library. Although the number of videos may not compare to one of the bigger training sites, PokerSavvy Plus should help your poker game if you invest your time in them.
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