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Value in Langolier's effort - Thu Mar 24, 2011, 03:24 PM
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I wanted to commend Langolier for the quality and value delivered in his efforts. This, I think, extends beyond the live training. He has many good lessons / articles for reading here.

I subscribed to Card Runners for almost 2 years. Lots of good stuff there, too expensive for the part that really applied to me, and where I was. I have never saw anyone dare to video the 1-2 cent NL tables at CR. Thanks for visiting the assylum Langolier.

Thanks again. I lost my poker buddy about 3 years ago and miss talking about our game and sweating each other. Has anyone here done this, or do it?

Stealing my own post.

Scruff

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Thu Mar 24, 2011, 04:30 PM
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Thing that bugs me about these training sites is they have a turn over of good coaches and delete the
videos of those members.Or you are left trying to figure out what to watch and some times you are left wondering what the coach is thinking putting out garbage viideos.
A lot of the videos are also out of date.
Dragthebar,Deucescracked,cardrunners and a few others I have tired are useless to micro players.Good for the fundamentals but no strategy play.
They have lost touch of the play for these limits because they play so much higher.
Best option is to find some one one lvl ahead of you and feed off them.

TheLangolier is a great coach and I think people are missing great value by skipping his training sessions.
 
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Thu Mar 24, 2011, 05:58 PM
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Due to time constraints, I have only been able to attend 2 of these.
I found both to be very informative.

The Langolier is a skilled teacher who explains everything clearly, encourages questions, and keeps the flow going without letting the chat get too far offtrack.

I look forward to attending any of these I can in the future.

Nice job, Mr. Langolier sir!
 
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Thu Mar 24, 2011, 05:59 PM
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Daves dreamy, and a fine teacher too
 
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Fri Mar 25, 2011, 08:20 PM
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Thank you for the kind words and high praise.

I watch vids at other sites too and share some of the sentiment expressed here by the OP and dirty. I have no idea why they don't provide more micro material. The majority of my online NLHE experience is between 50nl and 400nl. I've occasionally played lower and higher but not for any significant volume, and I've never played 2nl - 10nl except for trainings. Why for the trainings? A lot of the membership is cutting their teeth in these games, or will be when they move to real money cash games, so that's the level most relevant for people in this category. And, it can be fun visiting the asylum once in a while too I guess.

Dave
 
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Sun Mar 27, 2011, 03:43 PM
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I have listened to his trainings and found it very informative as well, I have actually learned lots of things. He doesnt only talk about the topic he also answers other questions as well. I also like to thank you Lango.
 
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Sun Mar 27, 2011, 03:52 PM
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tyty!
 

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