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How many hours of poker do I have to play each day?

As much as you want, unless you're in a 60k contract. Play at your own pace. We push our students to play more and improve fast because this has proven to show the best results. However, we will never force you to play more than you really want. At the end of the day, it is up to you.

How many hands/tournaments do I have to play each day/week/month?

As many as you want, unless you're in a 60k contract. As few as you want. The Same answer like the question above. Sometimes you will be required to play a certain amount of hands before we can make a database analysis or give you another type of coaching, simply because progress can only be measured after you have applied the knowledge in practice.
However, you can play those required hands in as many days as you wish.
In our format, you can improve as fast/slow as you wish.

How many hours per day do I have to study?

There is no specific number. This is totally up to you. We will give you tasks/material/videos from time to time. You can finish them at your own pace. The earlier you finish them, the faster you can move on to the next lesson. The faster you finish everything, the faster you will earn BIG MONEY.

How many hands do I have to post each day?

As much as you want, unless you're in a 60k contract. As little as you want. Some tasks might require you to post 10 hands about a specific topic and then you will do this. Besides that, you decide how fast you want to improve. We will tell you what you have to do, but YOU have to do it! The more and the faster, the better.

How many coaching sessions will I receive?

You can check out the specific article about coaching formats. The amount and type of coaching depend on what you need in order to get to the next step. Keep in mind that it is in our interest to make you win big as fast as possible! We also have special extra-coachings for the students who work hardest.

 

 

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