Tournament Poker Edge Starts 2017 with a Bang

Date: 2017-02-10
Author: Jason Glatzer

One of the best resources to improve at poker tournaments is the poker training site Tournament Poker Edge. This is due to the training site focusing solely on poker tournaments and housing a wide range of highly successful poker tournament players as instructors.
The year kicked off with a bang at Tournament Poker Edge. United Kingdom’s Matthew “theginger45” Hunt was the first to release a video when he wrapped up the five-part “Hot $162 Hand History Review with Matthew “theginger45” Hunt”. Hunt, who is also the co-host of the Midstakes Living podcast covers many late game concepts in this video.
He also later in the month published a short video clip called “Stop & Go: Playing vs Misclicks”, where he explains optimal strategy when it is apparent an opponent bet an amount he didn’t intend to. This also can apply to live poker where a player may have bet the wrong amount as well.
Cory “MJ23STYLEz” Waaland released the final two installments in the six-part “Live MTT Voice Memo HH Review Cory “MJ23STYLEz” Waaland”. In this series, Waaland covers key hands he played in live poker tournaments including the World Series of Poker Main Event.
Daniel “DannyN13” Noseworthy published the final four installments in the 10-part “Mega Live Sweat (3 Final Tables) With DannyN13”. Since it is a live sweat, you get Noseworthy’s thoughts at the time he was playing and the series is described on Tournament Poker Edge as one of his best series to be released.
Andrew “foucault82” Brokos got into the action releasing the first five installments in the seven-part series “Mini-WCOOP Main Event HH Review with Andrew Brokos”. This series is absolutely perfect for players that typically play lower buy-in events that feature tons of players to navigate through. The final two parts of this series were released early in February.
One of Tournament Poker Edge’s newest instructors, Dylan “thedylan1” Thomassie got into the action as well in January with his first solo series titled “$20k Hand History Review with Dylan Thomassie”.  Half of the six-part video series was released in January and by Feb. 10 the rest of the series can be reviewed on Tournament Poker Edge.
In addition to the many videos released in January, Tournament Poker Edge was busy with free content as well. Tournament Poker Edge founder Derek “Killingbird” Tenbusch and Matthew Hunt hosted 2013 Paddy Power Irish Open champion Ian Simpson for a 54-minute Midstakes Living episode where they covered a ton of topics including how he transitioned from being a teaching to becoming a professional poker player.
 Also a good listen is the latest Midstakes Living podcast where Tenbusch and Hunt speak with Mike “Timex” McDonald and his business partner Veron Lammers to discuss PokerShares, a site launched this year that acts as a marketplace for people to buy shares in players in events. What’s unique about PokerShares is that it doesn’t involve the players themselves with PokerShares setting the prices for action.
Also for free are articles by Hunt. In January, he wrote about how to defend your range on the flop along with how to take advantage of timing tells in online poker tournaments. He also recently published an interesting topic about traveling to play online poker tournaments in early February.

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