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casinocasino   Canada. May 26 2012 20:41. Posts 3343
for nl100/200 HU players for $100 per hour, or 3 hours for $75 each.

I used to play NL1000 HU a before, I made a good clip, but i was mostly bum hunting and was not very good.

Only recently I have been playing the mid stakes games recently, sitting across multiple tables "waiting for donks" but routinely joining other regs; i average about 300-500hands per hour because of this and I am constantly in action.

I usually never coach, but I think its the right time. I think most of my students will only need 1-3 hours.


PLEASE Inquire with PM for details and the expected outcourse.



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Stroggoz   New Zealand. May 27 2012 00:00. Posts 4796

sounds like a bad deal. if your giving HU action that is something i have to respect tho.

supposed to have greenstar not bracelet 

handbanana21   United States. May 27 2012 00:11. Posts 3037

cant offer an opinion, but maybe you should give out some free lessons? To build your review base up a little bit?


dogmeat   Czech Republic. May 27 2012 01:22. Posts 6374

mmmm werent u in negative numbers on ptr and dont u have winrate similar to 0.0000001 at fr? just sayin :|

ban baal 

casinocasino   Canada. May 27 2012 07:28. Posts 3343


  On May 26 2012 23:00 Stroggoz wrote:
sounds like a bad deal. if your giving HU action that is something i have to respect tho.



I am not trying to scam anyone, I know the truth, I know what its worth. A lot of people are advocating against HU, most players usually just sit and wait for weak players to join them, its boring and the action is horrible, weak players often leave after winning a medium-large pot, i just feel the respect for HU has all but faded, but it remains a very interesting game, I feel like the regular opponents who do play HU have a very fixed strategy thats highly exploitative, i am not trying to teach people to crush donks, I want to help people destroy regs, and I am certain I have the insight to help a few low stakes HU players work on improving that specfic aspect.


casinocasino   Canada. May 27 2012 07:44. Posts 3343


  On May 26 2012 23:11 handbanana21 wrote:
cant offer an opinion, but maybe you should give out some free lessons? To build your review base up a little bit?



I realize I don't have the best report to offer coaching. But Ive been part of this community for a long time, had proven results (made 100k at NL1k hu in 2006, the games have cahnged but im not an idiot and I know the present NL100/200 is easier then 1k games back then) and I am sure someone here can vouch for me and the value of the $75 coaching offer


I have been transitioning into investing into business and my own startup at the end of the summer, for the next 2 month I can offer some coaching and hopefully meet some new people, which is tied into what we spoke about throught PM

 Last edit: 27/05/2012 09:44

casinocasino   Canada. May 27 2012 07:50. Posts 3343


  On May 27 2012 00:22 dogmeat wrote:
mmmm werent u in negative numbers on ptr and dont u have winrate similar to 0.0000001 at fr? just sayin :|



my winrate in full ring NL100-200 since i started playing online again in June of last year has been around 1.5bb/100. my winrate PTR is actually like 0.60 because I had like 50k in loses from before my return to online poker.

My HU winrate is probabaly closer to 15bb/100 vs any reg at nl100/200. but I would imagine my edge vs any given HU player is much higher then 15%


Stroggoz   New Zealand. May 27 2012 08:53. Posts 4796

would you play me heads up? for fun? I can't seem to get any HU action except vs a few ppl.

btw there are many reasons i think it's a bad deal

1) it's very hard to get any real hu action these days, when i try to hunt regs for hu it's common to take hours. Your coaching someone at a game that is very hard to find action.
2) you havn't posted any proof of your HU skills.

The only way to prove you are a good enough HU player to charge $75 an hour is to play someone like schmeff or vegasmidas for 20k+ hands and post results here.

any graphs/winrates are meaningless as proof for HU skills unless all the hands are vs a particular player who we know is quite good.
this is because a lot of people with 10-15bb winrate hu graphs are usually bumhunters who have no clue how to play HU.


supposed to have greenstar not bracelet 

handbanana21   United States. May 27 2012 09:10. Posts 3037


  On May 27 2012 07:53 Stroggoz wrote:
would you play me heads up? for fun? I can't seem to get any HU action except vs a few ppl.

btw there are many reasons i think it's a bad deal

1) it's very hard to get any real hu action these days, when i try to hunt regs for hu it's common to take hours. Your coaching someone at a game that is very hard to find action.
2) you havn't posted any proof of your HU skills.

The only way to prove you are a good enough HU player to charge $75 an hour is to play someone like schmeff or vegasmidas for 20k+ hands and post results here.

any graphs/winrates are meaningless as proof for HU skills unless all the hands are vs a particular player who we know is quite good.
this is because a lot of people with 10-15bb winrate hu graphs are usually bumhunters who have no clue how to play HU.





Meh.. Schmeff... I wouldnt play him or king10ofclubs if they offered me 1dollar/hand hu. Yea i just think after Tri scammed people left and right (including me) people are a little more hesitant about coaching. But if you feel u have a good amount of insight to offer, more power to u bud!

 Last edit: 27/05/2012 09:12

casinocasino   Canada. May 27 2012 09:25. Posts 3343

I dont want to give coaching to people how to beat players like Schmeff, but theirs a huge field of semi-bad regs who are exploitable and a lot of value to be retained.

but on that note, I've played with Schmeff a little bit (smallish sample) and his HU game style is some what similar to mine, but I wont be charging $300+ for his hourly.


casinocasino   Canada. May 27 2012 09:30. Posts 3343


  On May 27 2012 07:53 Stroggoz wrote:
would you play me heads up? for fun? I can't seem to get any HU action except vs a few ppl.

btw there are many reasons i think it's a bad deal

1) it's very hard to get any real hu action these days, when i try to hunt regs for hu it's common to take hours. Your coaching someone at a game that is very hard to find action.
2) you havn't posted any proof of your HU skills.

The only way to prove you are a good enough HU player to charge $75 an hour is to play someone like schmeff or vegasmidas for 20k+ hands and post results here.

any graphs/winrates are meaningless as proof for HU skills unless all the hands are vs a particular player who we know is quite good.
this is because a lot of people with 10-15bb winrate hu graphs are usually bumhunters who have no clue how to play HU.



hey I would consider playing you HU for fun. maybe 1-2 tables of NL100 later on this week? when actions kind of bad for both us.

 Last edit: 27/05/2012 09:31

Smuft   Canada. May 27 2012 11:16. Posts 628

maybe you are a good HU player and maybe it is worth a lower stakes HU player's time to buy your coaching but...

siting 100k in 2006 as "proven results" is really ridiculous not only because it was 6 years ago but also because you ONLY made 100k in some of the best games ever and act as if it's a noteworthy accomplishment


casinocasino   Canada. May 27 2012 11:20. Posts 3343

I agree with you, but I think the games 6 years ago at NL1000 are still tougher then todays NL100/200 games HU games. Secondly, my opinion on the value of the HU coaching is based on present, not my credentials 5+ years ago.

I feel embarassed having to cite that as a reference but I was not trying to big up my case, im just trying to be as honest as possible, if it doesent serve much purpose as least it will illustratate that I did have some amount of results when I did play a while back.

like I said im not trying to scam anyone just trying to be as honest as possible and maybe someone who has been struggling against playing against the regs (maybe even across at 6 max) can surely use the value of my coaching.

 Last edit: 27/05/2012 12:37

NewbSaibot   United States. May 27 2012 15:47. Posts 4883

i'd at least post one free hour long video to give people a sampling of what you have to offer. See if your logic/reasoning makes any sense, and most importantly, if you can actually teach. Teaching is an art, and is part of the reason why so many people can teach well but perform poorly.

listening to edzwoo has made u a nit... *sigh* - Zalfor 

Highcard   Canada. May 27 2012 16:32. Posts 5423

TBH teaching HU would be more focused on teaching how all the range math breaks down, how to assimilate ranges and frequencies based on SD hands from villain and then showing how to develop strategies based on these findings vs villain. So that in combination with how all that applies to different board textures and overall game plans, it should take more than 1-3 as it would take a plethora of sessions going through how different dynamics change-finding people who actually have these dynamics.

Overall, learning to beat bad regs is useless as they will not play you long enough to make a long term profit. Only learning how HU works in it's entirety would be of any value and that cannot be found in 1-3 sessions.

Regardless, if someone just wants to hear some bare concepts and facts and hopes to expand on whatever it is you would offer + if you were able to plug 2-3 obvious to you leaks, then I guess 1-3 sessions for that specific paying student could work/be cost effective.

I just don't think you should label this How To Beat Bad Regs, as there will not be any bad regs who will play you long term. It's like saying, How To Make Money On The Moon...

My opinion of a better label, I Will Coach To Plug Some Leaks and Teach Some Concepts Of HU Theory That Appears To Be Missing In Bad Regs These Days

I have learned from poker that being at the table is not a grind, the grind is living and poker is how I pass the time 

Highcard   Canada. May 27 2012 16:35. Posts 5423

But even that last title is worth nothing without graphs/stats/dates

I have learned from poker that being at the table is not a grind, the grind is living and poker is how I pass the time 

gawdawaful   Canada. May 27 2012 18:10. Posts 8978

fwiw I strongly disagree that 2006's 1k nl is tougher than todays 100 or 200nl. I got my ass handed to me at 1k NL in late 08 early 09 and I feel like if I know what I know today, those games are very beatable back then. I dont know if I'm alone in thinking that, I'm just basing it off my own personal experience.

Im only good at poker when I run good 

djforever   Canada. May 28 2012 01:20. Posts 1510


  On May 27 2012 17:10 gawdawaful wrote:
fwiw I strongly disagree that 2006's 1k nl is tougher than todays 100 or 200nl. I got my ass handed to me at 1k NL in late 08 early 09 and I feel like if I know what I know today, those games are very beatable back then. I dont know if I'm alone in thinking that, I'm just basing it off my own personal experience.



but you are the best kevin


flippity   Germany. May 28 2012 02:38. Posts 1

Hey, I would play a match vers casinocasino on stars (100nl or 200nl would be fine), and i will either write a review in here and/or release a video on leggo about the match. I also offer action on stars to anybody else (just search for vegasmidas or add me on skype, "midasmp" ).
Regards

Simon

 Last edit: 28/05/2012 02:39

Stroggoz   New Zealand. May 28 2012 08:59. Posts 4796


  On May 28 2012 01:38 flippity wrote:
Hey, I would play a match vers casinocasino on stars (100nl or 200nl would be fine), and i will either write a review in here and/or release a video on leggo about the match. I also offer action on stars to anybody else (just search for vegasmidas or add me on skype, "midasmp" ).
Regards

Simon



lol wtf, didn't know you lurked these forums

supposed to have greenstar not bracelet 

 
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