Advanced Poker Training Now Saves Every Hand By Every Player

Date: 2013-11-18
Author: Dan Cypra

There have been a few major upgrades implemented at Advanced Poker Training, which pits you against AI bots in an attempt to learn the game and become the next Phil Hellmuth. Advanced Poker Training now saves every hand played by every person on the site, not just a select few hands you compete in. Players are able to flag hands and tag them as they go along to make it easy to view and study later.

Advanced Poker Training officials told PokerSoftware, "All of our members have access to every hand they play. The hands are easily searchable and can be tagged using any tags or notes a player wants… For example, if you are worried about the way you play A-Q when you get deep into a hand, you can filter all of your hands to show every time you played A-Q through at least the turn. This enables you to notice if you are playing predictably." That's pretty powerful information.

Also new at Advanced Poker Training are robust filters that allow you to sift through data using criteria like position, street, hand type, raised pots, and amount won or lost. You can create your own filter criteria as well, allowing you to have access to as much data on your past performance as possible. Any time you play with Advanced Poker Training's simulations, rest assured that your data will be saved and available for review, just like traditional poker tracking and analysis programs.

As Advanced Poker Training's staff explained to us, "Once you factor in the fact that you can easily play several hundred hands an hour on the site and even limit the deals so that you only get playable hands, you can very quickly build up a huge database and track patterns in your game that are costing you money."

Rather than watch videos from poker pros, Advanced Poker Training allows you to be immersed in a series of hands and situations. When running through any one of the many challenges the poker training system will put you through, you'll get a detailed session analysis. You will also get weekly progress reports delivered to you. Again, the system is quite hands-on compared to other poker training sites out there and definitely rather unique.

Finally, we should point out that Advanced Poker Training has signed Tom "titantom32" Braband to its coaching team, which is a major addition. Braband, according to PocketFives, has nearly $3 million in lifetime tracked online MTT earnings, including $1.5 million on PokerStars and $1.2 million on Full Tilt.

Advanced Poker Training is reasonably priced at $19.97 for one month and $79.97 for six months. Visit for more details.

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