No Limit Beginner Course - Introduction into Pre-flop Play (1)

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Description

We introduce you to the first lesson of No Limit Beginner Course by our microstakes coach Confidant91. He focuses on following topics: importance of position, starting hands charts, basic gameplan pre-flop and which poker variant to choose depending on your free poker money offer. At the end of the lesson he puts theory into practice by playing 2 tables at NL2 Zoom poker on PokerStars. Dedicated forum thread: No Limit Beginners course with confidant91

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Beginner course Game Plan live play nlbcbasicstrategy Ranges Theory Video

Comments (34)

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  • juakojara

    #2

    I'm learning a lot from your courses. Thanks =)
  • blicax

    #6

    thanks for the vid. :D
  • blicax

    #7

    coach me and put me in nl25 in 6 months.. no? :P
  • Deathrow32

    #8

    Vod doesn't start
  • Deathrow32

    #9

    Ok by russian pls
  • DendiSergey

    #10

    Subtitles can be?
  • Tredix

    #11

    Thanks for this video. Very nice. A simple and solid game is enough to crush the lowest stakes and move up! Nice play dude.
  • Zugwat

    #13

    I'm learning a lot from your courses. Thanks =)
  • Zugwat

    #14

    Thanks for this video. Very nice. A simple and solid game is enough to crush the lowest stakes and move up! Nice play dude.
  • alendelon911

    #15

    good video.Thanks
  • MIM1C

    #17

    Thanks for the video!
  • Arys777

    #19

    good enough for me
  • Benrenc380

    #22

    Wow this video will be really good for improving my short handed cash game play.
  • serega6081988

    #24

    Thanks !!!!!
  • StrongHandAA1

    #25

    Thanks :D
  • rorunikenshin

    #26

    Great video and vey interesting there is so much more to learn
  • MAVERICK777X

    #29

    good!
  • Stojan24

    #30

    Hi everyone. I need a help. What I should do with a blue hand with one limper in front of me. The chart sais:

    On average, Blue hands are usually better than the hands with which your opponents call pre-flop. Therefore, you should play them when ...
    ... nobody has joined the hand before it was your turn.
    ... a player has joined the hand with a limp before it was your turn.

    It's clear that I should play it but I didn't understand how when there is a limper.

    And what if there are two limpers before me?
  • kya79

    #31

    ty
  • Goosen

    #33

    Great video, I will try to join the coaching tomorrow!
  • eddymurphy

    #36

    Thanks for this video. Very nice & great. A simple and solid game is enough to crush the lowest stakes and move up! Nice play coach & hopefully can watch more videos from u for beginner level...thanks
  • confidant91

    #37

    Stojan24: you should raise them and sizing is 4bb+1bb per limper, hope to see you tomorrow on another coaching. If u have any other question rather post it to feedback thread of the course since i might miss your question here. Thx http://www.pokerstrategy.com/forum/thread.php?postid=2001709#post2001709
  • DendiSergey

    #39

    well done)
  • mt666

    #40

    nice vid, trying to watch the other ones in podcast.. thanks!
  • svonja

    #41

    very nicely, importance of position, starting hands charts, basic gameplan pre-flop and which poker variant to choose depending on your free poker money offer
  • lando1

    #43

    That is a really good video from what I have seen. Especially I liked the use of the starting hands charts, but one should also consider its weaknesses.
  • Stojan24

    #44

    Thank you man. I cannot wait second video. Posting theory is valueble and adding video after that gives complete enjoyment and better understanding of theory. Hope I will more question. P.S. I will move to Forum room.
  • kendis

    #45

    nice...good job :)
  • mufto

    #46

    Thanks for the video!
  • KKNgroup

    #47

    Thx!
  • Pokrbro

    #48

    Guys can i use this to play the starting micro 0.01/0.02$ Full Ring ?
  • confidant91

    #49

    This course is mainly for 6max since 6max has very good traffic especialy on higher limits compared to fullring one. Hovewer it should be adjustable to FR as well, u have to find hand charts for EP and u should be fine sicne postflop is almost the same.
  • xeperek

    #50

    Great video! Open ranges are very comfrotable for my style and now thanks to you my OR are very well organized!
  • itsSkyler

    #51

    Anyone interested in this course should follow it with great interest. You will be able to learn 6max and be a winner in the micros. It's an amazing course and confidant is a great coach that explains everything perfectly.