Tournament Poker Edge Boasts Over 700 Videos

Date: 2013-11-17
Author: Jason Glatzer

If you are a tournament player looking to brush up on your skills, you should definitely check out Tournament Poker Edge.  The training site is full of videos by top tournament professionals including Casey "bigdogpck5s" Jarzabek, Mike "goleafsgoeh" Leah, and Mike "SowersUNCC" Sowers.

TPE's newest videos include a Saturday Night Live tournament review by Matthew "theginger45" Hunt, a six-part WCOOP Main Event Warm-Up hand history review by Andrew "foucault82" Brokos, and a four-part Bigger $33 review by Arvydas "Merfinis" Merfeldas.  TPE releases about four new videos each week and has a growing library of over 700 right now.

TPE offers tons of free videos as well to help you get a flavor for what you will be paying for.  My favorite free video is a hand history review by Jarzabek of his back-to-back Sunday Million wins.  It is great to see TPE giving back to the community by giving insight into Jarzabek's moves while crushing these huge fields in back-to-back weeks.

In addition to the videos, there is a plethora of useful free content on Tournament Poker Edge.  Recent articles include "Reviewing Your Poker Tournament Sessions," "The Different Forms of Tournament Poker Variance," and "The Great Debate: TAG vs. LAG."  Whether you are first starting out or an experienced pro, there is something to be learned in each of the articles.

I absolutely love the TPE podcasts and look forward to listening to them on my iPad.  You can listen to the podcasts for free on the site or via iTunes.  TPE's founders, Derek "Killingbird" Tenbusch and "RonFezBuddy", host all of the podcasts.  The most recent one featured Matt "theginger45" Hunt and Danny "DannyN13" Noseworthy talking about poker stories and strategy.  When you're finished listening to that podcast, you can listen to Marc Alioto discuss a hand analysis from the 2013 WSOP.  All of the podcasts are on my personal must-listen list, as they are entertaining and insightful.

Whereas most poker training sites have a sign-up fee to make sure you stick around, TPE is confident that once you try it, you will be impressed with what you see and come back for more.  TPE has three affordable price plans: $29.99 per month, $84.95 for three months, and $299.95 for one year.  For those value hunters out there, the annual subscription represents a 16% savings over the month-to-month price.  Check out Tournament Poker Edge today.

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