Tournament Poker Edge is Hopping in February

Date: 2016-02-22
Author: Jason Glatzer

If you are looking to take your poker game to the next level, one way to do so is by subscribing to a poker training site like Tournament Poker EdgeTournament Poker Edge should be right up your alley if you play tournaments and sit and gos.

So far, February has featured top-notch content with more still to come.  To start things off, Casey "bigdogpckt5s" Jarzebek released the fourth part of a video series titled "Midweek Grind – Live Sweat with bigdogpckt5s."
For those of you who enjoy Jarzebek's streaming on Twitch, you should enjoy this video series even more.  Not only does it provide the Jarzebek's entertaining personality, but it also tosses in tons of strategy.  You can learn from Jarzebek while he analyzes many of his important plays to understand exactly what he was thinking.
While Jarzebek might prove to be the most popular personality at Tournament Poker Edge, I personally enjoyed a different series even more.  Matthew "theginger45" Hunt released the fourth and fifth parts of a series titled "TPE Theory – The Ultimate Test Playing Vs PokerSnowie."
In this series, you not only learn exactly how to use the hands-on poker training software PokerSnowie, but you can also see how Hunt fairs against its artificial intelligence.  Along the way, Hunt explains tons of No Limit Hold'em theory that should prove valuable for just about any poker player regardless of experience.
This isn't the only theory series that was released in February on Tournament Poker Edge.  So far this month, the site released six of the seven video installments of Andrew "foucault82" Brokos' series titled "TPE Theory: Making Better Continuation Decisions with Andrew Brokos."
As you may have guessed from the title, this video series focuses on continuation betting.  Brokos first covers many theoretical topics before diving into a review of a Sunday $215 WCOOP to see theory applied in action.
Another video series you may find interesting is one produced by Kyle "IGRINDTHIS" O'Neill in which he is performing a live sweat.  The video series is four parts in total on mixed stakes where you can learn while he explains many of his decisions.
Brokos and Hunt also found the time to release "Stop & Go" segments on Tournament Poker Edge.  This popular video segments are much shorter than the average videos released on the site and are great to watch when you only have a limited amount of time.  Brokos' video focused on nut flush draws, while Hunt's focused on defending the big blind.
There is still more to come this month at Tournament Poker Edge.  Some of the content that will be released includes the last two installments of Brokos' theory video series along with two new ones just starting up: Justin "birddy420" Ouimette reviewing a win in the PokerStars Big $22 and Marc "aznAllin07" Alioto reviewing a recent tournament win by Tournament Poker Edge co-founder Derek "Killingbird" Tenbusch.
If you don't subscribe to Tournament Poker Edge, see what you are missing out on.  Plans are reasonably priced starting at $39.95 per month.  There are also discounts available if you are willing to subscribe for a longer period of time.

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dingdong25's Comment

2016-03-09 06:07:56

I have used poker training programs for sometime and they have definitely helped plug leaks in my game especially when I’m playing some of the low buy-in tournaments at I will admit that I first I thought that watching play on Twitch would be a novelty, I have found the discussion to be really helpful as well.

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