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Old 12-12-2008, 08:52 PM
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Smile Can I teach you good sir?

I just love your site and would like to contribute because your videos are so awsome! I think i could teach someone fairly new to poker some basic sit and go...Which i feel is the basis for any poker actually....low blind plays out allmost like cashgames medium blinds play out like tournaments and big blinds play out like final table at a great holdem event.

Because coaching is very new thing for me...if you aprove that i can teach someone from this great forum. for couple of first students (atleast) i will do it for totally free. Or mayby in return you could teach me omaha or cashgames since I suck at both of them!


one note I am not native english speaker! Please excuse my english.
If you are interested please message me and lock this if its not aproved. Hope you dont ban me though ...i really only wanted to help.
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Old 12-13-2008, 04:12 AM
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Anyone offering free coaching is is greatly appreciated.
Will you make videos for people or 1 on 1 coaching?
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Old 12-13-2008, 05:33 AM
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Anyone offering free coaching is is greatly appreciated.
Will you make videos for people or 1 on 1 coaching?
I would like to do 1 on 1 since skype has this nice little free add-on called mikoko which allows me to see or show what is happening in my computer screen or his...Now just waiting for my first subjects
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Old 12-13-2008, 06:30 AM
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Oh right thats pretty cool.
Im not sure if there are that many really new players though.
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Old 12-13-2008, 07:15 AM
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You should give a little background on yourself, such as, how long have you been playing, what limits, your winrate (ROI ?), do you play stngos for a living etc. Maybe make a sample video of how you play or something. If you are really serious about getting into coaching then you might as well contact Trikkur.

Good luck !
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Old 12-13-2008, 07:52 AM
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you should give a little background on yourself, such as, how long have you been playing, what limits, your winrate (ROI ?), do you play stngos for a living etc. Maybe make a sample video of how you play or something. If you are really serious about getting into coaching then you might as well contact Trikkur.

Good luck !


Thanks that is good idea. So i have played poker for for couple of years. I only started learning the proper way to play sit and gos shortwhile ago so I donw really have impressive roi's or anyting like that to show. My "bread" game is nl200 at the local casino...which is quite far so i dont go there that often but i have been able to win about 3000 euros from there using 80 euro buy ins. Because shortstacking there really works.
Also my stong suit is that i have read about 30 or more poker books. I read all the poker books that are good and I can get my hands on.


so there thats about me.
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Old 12-13-2008, 03:47 PM
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You seem like a very nice guy, but everyone needs proof to see success. Anyone can offer to help someone but maybe its not exactly "helping" them if you know what I mean. Make a short 30-40 minute video. Or play 1-3 Sit and Goes and record your progress so we can see your legit. I have not started yet but I plan to give $200 into sit and goes and see how I do. maybe I could be your first student I seen a very interesting video where the guy started at $5 Sng and everytime he won he would move up in stake until he lost and then showed what profit he would of made if he had proper bank management. He was able to get up to the $35 SnG before getting a horrible beat and ending back at $5. Was a great series though.
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Old 12-14-2008, 06:15 AM
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A sharkscope graph could prove your credentials. If you have one, please post it
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Old 12-28-2008, 09:48 AM
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I don't know what kind of limits you play nowadays (I've been reading your OLD blog on pelit.fi some years back) but if you are not playing at least mid/highstakes coaching might no be a great idea if the other player has any experience of own.

For example, NL200 reg teaching NL50 reg might be good short term, but a lot of concepts might be not max. +EV or possibly even -EV. That's why I think anyone coaching someone should have a HUGE edge on stakes he teaches. Don't know too much about the SnG world, so that's why I used ring games as an example.

However, anyone who has played for some time can teach the very basics to someone who is just beginning.
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