Do you fancy learning the concepts of Game Theory Optimal (GTO) play from top poker pros? You have the opportunity to do that via a Zoom call and pick up great strategies that you can apply to your own game.
LearnWPT, the official education platform of the World Poker Tour, is giving you the opportunity to do just that via a 3-day Digital Tournament Strategy Workshop and Lab Day Session on September 25-27, 2020.
The team at LearnWPT have been successful in their most recent tournament pursuits.
Tony Dunst captured his second gold bracelet after winning Event #21: $777 No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed during the 2020 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online Bracelet Series on WSOP.com back in July.
Similarly, Nick Binger also added another bracelet to his name when he took down Event #24 at the massive online festival. Their LearnWPT colleague Andrew Lichtenberger also had his share of summer success after finishing third in the $1,000 buy-in Main Event.
These pros have been applying GTO strategy to their game, while at the same time imparting their knowledge to aspiring pros in the simplest way possible, so things become less-complicated for the average player. They are doing this via the LearnWPT platform.
Exclusive Invitational Tournament
The 3-day digital workshop kicks off with discussing key GTO strategies for Big Blind, advanced c-betting, Late Position Defense, and Button. The Day 1 curriculum will be handled by Binger, and the lessons will concentrate on identifying ranges and making your game less predictable, leading you to win more pots.
Binger will equip you with the basics of GTO which will serve as a strong foundation in building a strategy that will give you an edge over other players.
During Day 2, you will then engage in exciting action together with the other attendees to gauge how well you understood the concepts. ClubWPT.com will play host to an invitational tournament exclusive only to the participants of the training. Special awards await the top performers, so better give it your all!
Zoom Call With The Pros
All of the action will be subject for analysis which will be conducted by Binger and Dunst. They will go through key hands, provide feedback, and identify rooms for improvement so you can enhance your play. The cards-up review will take place on the final day of the workshop, where hands will be reviewed and analyzed in real time.
Players will also be given the chance to ask questions and follow up on concepts that might seem confusing to them. Both Binger and Dunst will provide in-depth analysis and answer queries via a private Zoom call.