What's New at Ivey League

Date: 2016-08-22
Author: Jason Glatzer

Whether you play small stakes or high stakes, are a recreational or professional player, whether you play No Limit Hold'em or other games, tournaments or cash games, the one thing in common is that you can improve your game with quality advice from the world's best poker players.
One of the best places to turn is the poker training site Ivey League, headlined by none other than 10-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Phil Ivey. In addition to Ivey, there are dozens of other quality instructors who can help you improve your game in just about any type of game at any stakes.
For those of you interested in improving in higher stakes ring games, I recommend checking out a two-part series where Dan "grogheadflow" Flower reviews his action on $500 NL Zoom on PokerStars with "adam001" in a two-part series. Since both of these players have different approaches in the game that sometimes conflict with each other, it is a great way to think about how to approach things.
For lower-stakes players, I recommend delving into a recent video produced by David "omgclaydol" Yan where he talks about how you can improve your win rate while playing three tables of $100 NL Zoom. Since the action plays differently at this buy-in level than others, there is plenty to learn here if you are looking to see your profit increase or want to transform yourself from a losing to a winning player in mid-stakes ring games.
Jared "RikaKazak" Bartlett also has your back if you play at lower limits since he's constantly releasing new content for Ivey League. In his latest video, he explains his actions while playing $100 full ring games.
If mixed games are more you thing, there is plenty for you to choose from, including Phil "Jackal69" Shaw's recent video where he reviews a bunch of high-stakes cash games.
If you play tournaments, Ivey League is constantly reviewing concepts relevant to you. Most recently, Shaw released a two-part series reviewing ICM. When you are deep in a tournament, you should approach the action based on the pay jumps, and Shaw explains exactly how to go about doing calculations while studying using Hold'em Resources Calculator.
"Internet" also released a new video specifically focusing on when you should be stealing the blinds from the button.
Andrew "amo4sho" Moreno produced a video series I will probably watch again that reviews tournament strategy by taking a close look at a few hands he encountered during his recent deep run in the World Series of Poker Monster Stack this summer.
Also helpful for all types of games is Pawel "MentalCoach" Piotr Jablonski parting with more advice on how to improve your mental outlook towards the game. He released the second video installment about emotional intelligence.
These are just some of the great videos on tap at Ivey League. See how the poker training site that has helped thousands of players improve their game also help you. Check out Ivey League today.

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