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Private Coaching for micro PLO with Kyyberi

    • Kyyberi
      Joined: 09.07.2010 Posts: 11,315
      I am offering very affordable private coaching for microstakes PLO.

      As usual, summer is good for improving yourself. To help you with that, in July there is...

      This means that all packages have 10% discount! Summer Sales prices are here:
      $99 for 4h
      $145 for 6h
      $235 for 10h

      Offer lasts for entire July.


      If you are starting PLO or a Beginner, you can join the brand new...

      More information can be seen here: PLO Coaching Group for Beginners (Skype)


      40 years old, have been playing poker since 2006. Started playing PLO somewhere around 2008. I have been working as a poker coach for since 2010. During the last 7 years I have produced over 100 educational videos for FI and EN communities and held few hundred coachings. So far I have private coached about 200 players all over the world, and none of them have been unsatisfied (as far as I know) for the coaching.

      I play micros (PLO25, PLO50) myself at the moment, and I am sure a lot you are asking why is so? I have my reasons, and it's a little bit complicated. For the last couple of years I haven’t had time to put up a big volume due to studying and family. Before that I had some mental game errors that limited my playing. It would be a too long story to explain everything in here. The reason I brought this up is that some might suspicious about the level of my play as I “haven’t got up from the micros”. So if you have any doubts, feel free to contact me so we can discuss about it.

      Here is the graph from MPN, played through 2015-2017 (then the full hand importing stopped):

      More recent graphs: Private Coaching for micro PLO with Kyyberi

      PokerStrategy videos can be found in here

      For whom?

      This offer is aimed to PLO2-PLO50 players. It doesn't really matter what your skill level is, as we will work on your terms. From complete novice to microstakes regular, I am sure we can improve your game. It doesn’t matter if your problems are technical, tactical or mental, I believe I can help you.

      Outside poker I am working as a high level sports coach, and as a teacher for kids. That gives me some tools and perspective to teach others.


      Typical methods are:

      - Session review (previously played)
      - Going through hand histories
      - Session sweating (live)
      - Database leakfinding
      - Learning equity and pot odds calculations with examples
      - Going through a specific concept or a spot with examples and hand histories

      Outside of those we can go through theory in different ways, the objective is to find the best ways for student to learn. Normal way to start is to watch a previously played session (in video) so we can find what your game level is and what are the best ways to improve it both in short and long term.

      For coaching you need Skype and a microphone. You will receive a recording of each session for future reference.


      The cost is $30/h at the moment. For packages the price is $110 for 4h, $160 for 6h and $260 for 10h.

      As far as I know, this is pretty rare offer. Usually coaches take more, as they need to compensate their lost grinding time. That's why micro players haven't been usually able to get private coaching. I want to offer this method of learning to even the smallest stakes players, and therefore the price is so affordable.


      You can add me on Skype, nick: Kyyberi
      Thread updated 18.3.2018

      There are individuals who try to scam people by presenting they are me. If it feels shady, do NOT send any money. If you are unsure, you can always verify me through a skype video call (you can see my videos to see what I look like). Some known fake Skype accounts:
      Coach Kyyberi
      Kyyberi Coach
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