Tons of Content Released at Tournament Poker Edge

Date: 2015-10-28
Author: Jason Glatzer

If you are looking to take your tournament game to the next level, there perhaps is no better place to start than the poker training site Tournament Poker Edge.  While there are many training sites out there, Tournament Poker Edge focuses on tournaments, meaning each and every video should be able to help with at least some part of your poker game.
In October, some of their top instructors released videos on the site, including Casey "bigdogpckt5s" Jarzabek, Kyle "IGT" O'Neill, Jase "SSSMforlife" Regina, Andrew Brokos, Jamie Kerstetter, Matthew "theginger45" Hunt, and Arvydas "Merfinis" Merfeldas.
Jarzabek released all five videos in a five-part series titled "Mixed Stakes Live Sweat with bigdogpckt5s."  For those of you who have watched Jarzabek on his Twitch channel and have been impressed with his play, you will be more impressed to see his in-depth analysis of a live session across multiple tables in this video series.
If you play 180-man sit and gos, O'Neill's series titled "Kyle 'IGRINDTHIS' O'Neill's 180-Man MTT Secrets" should help you think about new concepts and apply them to your game.  Early in the month, the last video segment of a four-part series was released and shows how this form of poker can be beaten.
Regina is one of the newer instructors at Tournament Poker Edge and during October the site released his last two video segments in a six-part video series titled "Jase Regina Premiere Series."
Hunt released the last four parts of a nine-segment series titled "From Zero to Hero with Matthew 'theginger45' Hunt."  In this video series, Hunt provides an in-depth analysis of one of his students.  This might even be better than if he reviewed his own play, as many players should be able to relate more to one of the students than one of the top players of the game.
Andrew Brokos continued his "Stop and Go" featured series, which provides short three- to seven-minute clips on particular topics.  In October, Brokos focused on check-raise bluff, where you can learn how this move can be effective if used properly in any form of poker.
PartyPoker ambassador and TPE instructor Jamie Kerstetter released both parts of a new video series focusing on her play in the PartyPoker New Jersey Sunday $50K Guaranteed.  In this series, Kerstetter breaks down many concepts including three-betting, continuation betting, and post-flop play.

Last, but certainly not least, Lithuania's Merfeldas released the first two parts of a six-part series titled "Sunday Million Member Leakfinder with Arfinas Melfeldas."  I personally enjoyed this series, as I play in this tournament quite a bit, and he goes through quite a bit of leak-plugging from a hand history provided by a Tournament Poker Edge member.  I am looking forward to him releasing the rest of this video series in November, where some concepts concerning mid- and late-game play will be discussed.
As you can see, Tournament Poker Edge provides fresh new content dedicated to poker players looking to advance their tournament game.  The site is a huge bargain at just $29.95 per month, $84.95 per quarter, or $299.95 per year.  This is a small price to pay considering how much you can constantly learn from their big name online poker pros.  See what you have been missing out on and start subscribing to Tournament Poker Edge today.

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