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Infos on the last night "TheLangolier" live session - Thu Apr 19, 2012, 09:41 AM
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Last night (early morning [2am] for me in UK) I didn't made the live training as I wasn't well!

As always happen in my life when I really look forward for something, I lost one of the lessons was written in my agenda as very interesting in the topic. Seem that there is part2 tonight and I wonder if there is anywhere I can ought with what was discuss in last night coaching.

Thank you very much for any assistance on that!
 
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Thu Apr 19, 2012, 11:32 AM
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Hi Kiro,

Sorry you missed last night's session. It was recorded and will be video archived however.

Regarding your question there are a couple things going on.... Last night was the start of a new series called "You Make the Call"... the idea behind this series is that I am taking the class through select hands and we discuss, as a group, the decision making process at each decision point. Not just participants saying call or fold, but why do you call, why are you folding? The idea is to stimulate the thought processes of the class attendees, which in time translates to more in depth thought on the felt. So it's a participant intensive discussion oriented class (say that 3 times fast lol). Feedback from the participants at the end of the session was very positive, with more of this format being asked for. We will be doing it again next week on Wednesday.



Tonight's class (Part 2 of a member review with Natalie3107 - Stats Analysis) we are going to be reviewing Natalie's stats in Hold'em Manager and looking for potential leaks or spots for improvement. This should be an informative class for everyone as it will open up ideas for all who wish to do their own self-reviews in their stat tracker (which I highly recommend everyone be doing, but many don't know where to begin or what to look for really). It's Part 2 but last week in Part 1 we looked at some of the bigger pots Natalie played so as it was simply a hand play review tonight's Part 2 is really independent of last week's session and you can attend without having missed anything crucial to what we'll be covering.

Hope to see you there!

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Thu Apr 19, 2012, 02:54 PM
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Thanks Dave!
 

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