Originally Posted by pjhpmc
I'm looking into Deepstacks.com as a training site and I wanted to know if people had an experience with that site that they would like to share. I'm looking into sharpening my game and turning myself back into a winning player again for both cash games and tournaments and I'd love any opinions that you would like to share.
If I can give any information that would be helpful I would be more than happy to do this too.
i signed up as a scholarship offer that i got in the email, and been a member since last summer.
it is primarily a no limit cash game site, with the second game being no limit mtt.
there is 38 modules on pot limit omaha,, with four of those being mtt tourney type modules.
right now there is only one limit omaha 8 module which dealt with the basicss
there is 47 sit and go modules ranging from your basic to one level 5 sit and go module on playing 25 to 60 tables at a time (which is why it would be level5). there is also 41 modules on limit cash..
i don't give you a count of the mtt/cash no limit modules as i am not done them all yet, but so far i did 100 mtt moduels.
in this month of march there hasn't been much new releases,, there was one for omaha8, and one pot limit omaha, but the support team was working hard on a new forum over there , and is editing 10 new modules.
of course with all things,, it depends on the hard work you put into it, go to any video training site like cardrunners, drag the bar, tournament poker edge that i tried and liked.. that it is up to you to put the concepts into work.
it is the same with the leakbusters as well .
so with that in mind the modules were for me fun,, there is nothing new in the concept from the demo so if you like the demos you see,, that is the modules in the nutshell.
it is based on the deep stacks training workshops/courses by the pros and so much of the modules except for the sit and goes seemed based on full ring table and not so much six max online play.
i made a request in their forum for some more online focus so who knows how long what happen in the rest of the year.
pretty well the turn over for a module is longer then your typical film a video of one self playing live video and posting it online. which is due to the editing of the live talk of the speakers and more then i know about as i am just a member.
i think the modules are flimed at workshops like the first wave of omaha modules were filmed at a workshop after the wsop last year.
i am focusing on omaha right now so i wouldnt' be a poster man for how good the site is, and i am probaly missing a lot of value by not rewatching a module and the first week i overdid it with module after module.
i will pay them for one more month or two to see how it goes as i want to see future modules.