Raise Your Edge Review (2020): The Tournament Masterclass.
Topics Covered in Daniel Negreanu’s Poker MasterClass If you go to MasterClass and look at Negreanu’s topic listing, it’s pretty clear that he left no topic uncovered. The first chapter is just an introduction, but immediately, he starts diving into topics that are much closer to being in chronological order instead of the normal topics that start with the basics and grow into more.
Phil Ivey Masterclass Reviews. With that in mind, early reviews of the Phil Ivey Masterclass suggest it’s a good introduction for beginning players. Poker players with a bit more experience might gather tips from Ivey, but advanced players aren’t likely to glean a lot of new information from the tutorials. In short, it’s what you would.
Ranges: Hand Review. Daniel Negreanu. Lesson time 12:14 min. Using footage of a hand from The Big Game, Daniel walks you through his entire thought process as he deduces his opponent’s hand range in real time. Students give MasterClass an average rating of. 4.7 out of 5 stars. Topics include: Using Bet Sizing to Narrow an Opponent’s Range vs. Angel Shlomi. Daniel Negreanu. Teaches Poker.
But of course, you want to know if MasterClass is something other than flashy names and superb videos. Ultimately, you want to know if you’ll really learn a craft with its courses. To find all that out, I’ve written this detailed MasterClass review. Pros; Cons; Fun. The first thing to note about MasterClass is that its courses and lessons are fun, perhaps this is because you get to watch.
The six-time World Series of Poker champion teaches poker strategy, advanced theory, and practice through hand-reviews of his winning games. Learn how to sharpen your mental game through demos on reading opponents and spotting tells. Join Daniel at the table to increase your win rate, grow your ROI, and get your game “in the money.”.
For the last year, I've been following this company Masterclass from afar. I can't remember how I stumbled across it (Reddit? News articles?) but I saw it on Facebook Ads in my feed constantly and it was mentioned a few times on talk shows with El.
Bencb is undoubtedly one of the best players in the world, but in my opinion he excels even further in terms of coaching and is likely the best tournament poker coach in the world. I’ve worked with him on WSOP preparation where he showed just how well prepared and organized he is (something surprisingly rare for tournament coaches!) and instantly wanted him to be a part of bitB where he has.