Tournament Poker Edge Releasing WCOOP Live Sweat Series from Andrew Brokos

Date: 2014-12-06
Author: Jason Glatzer

If you are looking to improve your poker tournament game and take it to levels never seen before, you should check out Tournament Poker Edge, a leading poker training site that focuses just on tournaments.

Tournament Poker Edge is constantly releasing new content.  We asked Tournament Poker Edge co-founder Derek "Killingbird" Tenbusch for his thoughts on how the year is wrapping up.

He told us, "We are excited about the various video series that we have running to wrap up 2014. We are just finishing up the long-awaited Post-Flop Theory series from Ben Warrington, which members have been raving about. We also have a brand new series coming from the always popular Andrew Brokos (pictured), which is a WCOOP live sweat series. As proud as we are of the content that we released this year, we are even more excited about what we have to come in 2015. Stay tuned!"

The sixth and final installment of the long awaited "TPE Theory: Advanced MTT Strategy (Post-Flop)" with Ben "KidCardiff6" Warrington was released on December 4.  For those of you who are not familiar with Warrington, he has almost $2.5 million in online cashes according to PocketFives, where at one time he was ranked #49 in the site's Online Poker Rankings.

Warrington is also no stranger to live tournaments, amassing almost $750,000 in live tournament cashes according to the Hendon Mob.  He is also currently ranked #180 on GPI.

Learning to play post-flop is important to any MTT player.  When stacks are shallow, the game is easier since it becomes push-fold.  Knowing how to play a big stack by understanding opponents' ranges and how they typically play post-flop can be the difference between just making it past the money bubble and constantly finding yourself on final tables.

The six-part video series covers this and more including advanced play concepts like bluffing, floating, multi-way pots, river play, and value betting.

Andrew "foucault82" Brokos released the fifth installment of his "$2K Live Tournament Hand History Review with Andrew Brokos" in November much to the delight of his fans.  There is much to learn in this series considering his success.  He has over $500,000 in live tournament cashes and has finished in the top 100 in the World Series of Poker Main Event in 2008 and 2011.

Brokos is also no stranger to online poker tournaments, making his upcoming WCOOP live sweat series one to look forward to.  He won a $2,100 FTOPS Two-Day Event in 2010 for $450,000 on Full Tilt and also won almost $120,000 for taking third place in the Sunday 500 on PokerStars the same year, according to Official Poker Rankings.  Brokos obviously has the resume to teach how to make the correct "big" decisions when huge money is on the line.

Check out Tournament Poker Edge before the year is out and learn from some of the best tournament poker players in the world. There is no signup fee, so you can feel free to try it out with its month-to-month plan of $29.99 per month.  You can also opt to save a few bucks with the training site's $84.95 quarterly plan and $299.99 annual plan.  The prices are cheaper than most training sites and this investment in your game can pay itself off quickly with your new knowledge.

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