Sports & Games
Lesson time 26:07 min
Playing other variants of poker can help ambitious players capitalize on soft opportunities. Learn how to play seven-card stud from one of the best players to ever sit at the table.
Topics include: How Stud Works · Third Street: Track the Up Cards · Third Street: Evaluate Steal Frequencies · Third Street: Straight Draws · Split Pairs Vs. Pocket Pairs · Flush Draws · Playing Three-Flushes on Third Street · Kickers · Stealing the Antes · Using Position · Defending the Bring In · Live Boards · Executing Your Bluffs · Spotting Tells and Experience Level · Playing Fifth Street · Multiway Pots · Play Two Pairs at The End · Isolating and Betting Tactics · Pace of Game · The Characters of the Game
At age 38, Phil Ivey became the youngest player to win 10 World Series of Poker bracelets. Now the man known for his enigmatic table presence—and widely regarded as the world’s best all-around poker player—gives you unprecedented access to his mental game. Learn poker strategy, pick up new poker tips, and review hands with the player who’s won more than $26 million in live tournament earnings.
its a lot more then just 2 cards, most player just want the best 2 card as possible but, with class l you feel like you could do more than just try to be lucky.
What a treat to learn insights from Phil himself. I respect his game and his devotion to the art of Poker.
This was an awesome course! It was great to be able to learn how Phil Ivey thinks. I have been playing for a bit over 3.5 years and have studied the game a great deal. I learned the game a bit backwards from most players. I learned it mathematically first then the meta game. Chuck Clayton www.masteringpokermath.com
Really great getting insight on poker from one of the greats