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Learning Structure - Sun Sep 08, 2013, 11:42 AM
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Since: Jul 2013
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Hi All,

I've only taken up poker a few months ago and am absolutely LOVING it. I'm playing a fair amount but am very keen to learn to play the proper way. I have started trying to use pokerschoolonline and various other books and training material but am struggling to find a set structure in which to learn. I always feel that I learn better when I have a set goal or structure and was hoping somebody could either point me in the right direction of someone / something that would provide this!

Thanks for reading!

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Sun Sep 08, 2013, 12:10 PM
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Since: Oct 2011
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Hi JSJ!

Each person learns best in a different way. Some people learn best by "doing", others learn well from reading or watching videos, and most learn well from "interactive" teaching. The latter is well served by PSO live training sessions, in which you can can take an active part in the lesson. Just how you structure your learning is up to you. I would recommend you mix it up to see which you find most beneficial, but if you had 3 hours of "poker time" each day, for example, you might choose to structure it something like this:
1 hour reading books, the forum, blogs etc. (passive learning).
1 hour in PSO live training (interactive learning).
1 hour of playing (experiential learning).

Organising some kind of structure to your learning will surely be beneficial.

Have fun on the forum, and good luck with your growth as a poker player!

Cheers,
Arty


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Sun Sep 08, 2013, 12:25 PM
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Since: Apr 2012
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Hello,

Welcome to PokerSchoolOnline. Here's a short video about PSO and what it has to offer you. Also check out >>This Page<< for more info.



Like Arty says, everyone learns things in their own way, especially when it comes to something like poker where we all have our own style of play. Perhaps if you told us some more about where you are in your poker education and what you hope to achieve some of our more experienced members could help you out.

We're here to help you so please feel free to ask any questions you may have and thank you for being a member of PokerSchoolOnline.

Also be sure to check out the PSO Back2PokerSchool series running just now in our Home Games club!

Cheers,

Chris



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