Meet Your 2017 Goals with Advanced Poker Training

Date: 2017-01-12
Author: Jason Glatzer

Is improving your poker skills one of your goals for 2017? If so, there are many ways you can do this including reading books, speaking with friends, and of course getting specialized poker training.
Rather than spend hundreds if not thousands of dollars a month on one on one poker coaching, you can instead spend a fraction of that cost and learn quickly with the help of the poker training site Advanced Poker Training.
Thousands of players have used Advanced Poker Training’s poker training programs that utilize advanced artificial intelligence powered opponents to improve their game.  In fact, the training site has already analyzed over 90 million hands and we wouldn’t be surprised to see that figure cross the 100 million mark during the year.
The training site is great if you are a novice to the game, but the same holds true if you are already good if not great. The 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Qui “Tommygun” Nguyen received help from Advanced Poker Training both before and during the event. While it would be a reach to say that by using Advanced Poker Training, you could be the next to win the over $8 million top prize for the event, it does give an example of how players of all levels can use the website to improve their game.
Qui Nguyen expressed his gratitude to Advanced Poker Training and its Director of Operations Steve Blay. “I want to thank Steve Blay and Advanced Poker Training for their help and support before and during the event,” Nguyen shared according to an Advanced Poker Training press release after his WSOP Main Event win.
There are many features to the software that you can spend hours with to help your No Limit Texas Hold’em game. You can play up to 500 hands per hour in a variety of formats including full-ring and six-max cash games, sit-and-go’s, and multi-table tournaments against up to 8,000 artificial intelligence powered opponents, each with different personalities, traits, and playing styles.
You can target the areas you need to learn and get advice along the way by replaying any hand of your choosing while receiving advice from 28 advisors. Additionally, you can use the relatively new Brain Button feature to see the thought process of a virtual advisor which includes a plethora of analysis including factors that were made in a decision, how to play similar hands, how board characteristics might affect hand strength, understanding the range of your opponents, and much more.
You can also check out your progress and see what you need to improve upon in reports and weekly training plans. This is something I highly recommend as you can pinpoint the areas you likely need the most help in and focus on those areas first until you become as good as the pros.
A feature I personally like is that the training site can be brought with you wherever you go thanks to it being web-based. Since there are no downloads, all you need to do is log into your account from any computer, Mac or Tablet wherever you might be. This has shortened some of my recent long road trips as well as helped me become a better player at the same time.
Advanced Poker Training has many reasonable plans that each offer a 30 day “no hassle” money back guarantee. This means you are at no risk to see how great the software is and how much it can help you. It will turn out to not only be much cheaper than hiring a personalized coach, but perhaps more efficient as well.

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