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Old 09-28-2016, 12:10 PM   #26
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

I guess I got caught.

Yeah please do follow this and you will start seeing the art of making more graphs. I'll go make a lot more 2p2 accounts and make more graphs for you guys to see since it's a lot of fun.

Thanks for the guys who have contacted me and I've managed to get a 2 guys on profit sharing deals. I will get them to update here a few months after and you will see the progress they make. Hopefully they can make some more nice fake graphs for this post.

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Old 09-28-2016, 06:41 PM   #27
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

You're not very good at this PR thing. No one has said you've faked anything, you're just choosing to omit stuff when asked to prove some of your claims. You claim to have played 5 million zoom hands yet won't post a graph for results with more than 50k hands, I don't understand why it is so difficult?

Put it this way, the way you're handling this situation makes you seem extremely sketchy. There has been a history of coaches on 2+2 that made great claims and then were equally evasive or obtuse as you're being here. Almost all of them, were rightly, pressed until it was revealed they were lying in some way or at best embellishing results. The onus is on you, student reviews from people who have made new accounts, aren't members of this community, just isn't evidence at all.

I'd suggest any prospective student not contact you until you clear up the details in this thread.
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Old 09-29-2016, 02:33 AM   #28
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

On post #15 he posted a graph of his current month that had only 20/25k hands in it. (picture is now deleted) and 3 days later he posted a new graph of the current month that has 55k hands.

He is clearly faking graph or asked some of his friends to send him hand histories and imported them under his alias to post the graph.

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Old 09-29-2016, 05:58 PM   #29
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

Hi guys,
I've started a CFP deal with Broke this week..I remember reading his and his students blogs on Pokerstrategy so when I saw that he is accepting students for CFP in this thread I immediately contacted him.
I'll be starting from 10NL and hopefully quickly move up from the microstakes.

PS.you can see my previous results in my PGC thread
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Old 09-30-2016, 03:25 AM   #30
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

just tell us your sn please. its absurd u r hideing it as a coach
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Old 09-30-2016, 06:00 AM   #31
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

Why did you grind a lot NL50SH @ PKR not so much time ago?
Well it would be someone else also with nickname "BrokeSoBroke" from Canada, but this would be amazing coincidence
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Old 09-30-2016, 07:35 AM   #32
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

Yes so that makes sense why you guys think I'm playing 50nl and 100nl. That is my wife playing under that screen name.

I have never played on PKR.

And her screen name was Br0keSoBr0ke.

I play on Microgaming and you change your name every 1k hands or 30 days so I can give you my current screen name ManChuWok.
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Old 09-30-2016, 08:10 AM   #33
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

"I have played over 5 million hands at Zoom games"

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Old 09-30-2016, 08:56 AM   #34
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

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Yes so that makes sense why you guys think I'm playing 50nl and 100nl. That is my wife playing under that screen name.

I have never played on PKR.

And her screen name was Br0keSoBr0ke.

I play on Microgaming and you change your name every 1k hands or 30 days so I can give you my current screen name ManChuWok.
Ok makes sense, didn't want to be hater, just clarify things.

gl, I believe you are a good player and good coach, did follow your PS blogs
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Old 10-01-2016, 03:26 PM   #35
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

this seems so sketchy, really like the amount of disclosure being provided ITT
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Old 10-01-2016, 05:31 PM   #36
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

Of all the posts in the thread that you could of provided a legitimate reply to, you decided to use your time to answer the PKR question? This has elements of oldschool's coaching thread all over it.
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Old 10-01-2016, 06:04 PM   #37
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

"I have played over 5 million hands at Zoom games as well. Last few years I've been playing regular tables too in which I play up to NL1000."


Yet the first graph you post is a graph where you barely even play nl400 lol. I wouldnt suggest people search for other coaches, if OP was even close to decent as a coach he would need all this PR bull**** lol. I remember seeing OPS results at russian ptr and they were far from good iirc. There's a reason we wont see the 5m zoom hands .. And also OP I suggest you join forces with Gordon Gekko at BPC, you guys seem like a perfect fit.

From the managing AD thread:

- Clearly label graphs, screen names and results. If you do not, users will ask you questions about it and make accusations that you're not being honest and we often cannot delete such questions or comments (unless they are extremely rude and unfounded). If you post a graph without a screen name, people will ask questions. If you post a partial sample without being very clear about it, users will ask questions. The key here is that you do not want to appear to be manipulating information, otherwise users will call you out on it and it will hurt your business.

- Don't title your thread or promote your thread in a way that is not accurate, even on a technicality. Don't call yourself the best coach unless there is a metric you can show people that shows you are the best at something (such as the largest winner in SNGs on sharkscope).
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Old 10-04-2016, 11:55 PM   #38
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

If anyone wants proof and want to see results and verify them before coaching I will agree to set a time and go over with them the screen names and also the accounts I play beforehand.

I do not keep my database from few years back because I have updated my computers many times and I purge my database when it goes beyond 4 months as there is no purpose for old info as people change their games too much as well as clogging up the hard drive.

I will update my graphs as I play and you guys can make the decision to get coachings or not.



If you are curious as to what stakes then feel free to message me here or on my email at brokesobroke@gmail.com and I will be glad to show you.

Thanks in advance and GL at the tables!

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Old 10-05-2016, 12:03 AM   #39
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

you can e-mail Stars for HHs and they will send them to you in .zip file
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Old 10-05-2016, 03:13 AM   #40
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

OP is really trying yet not convincing anyone with his marketing skills
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Old 10-05-2016, 05:30 AM   #41
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

Some people keep all their hands, some delete after their database got (too) big. What's wrong with people doing it like that? Everyone is different, although ofcourse I understand everyone wants solid proof of what OP is claiming.

I've played close to 1 million hands, and to be honest, even though I did store about all hands from the past, I don't have all those hands at this moment.

Everyone is different and approaches stuff in a different way. If OP can show his potential student his HEM2 account with all his hands played, showed with all stakes including his SN and the site he plays on (as he just said in last post). Then, imo, there's no reason at all for anyone to keep on bashing in this thread.

Enough said I would say; let him do his job and convince potential students by showing what's up
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Old 10-05-2016, 05:24 PM   #42
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

Hey OP, if you want to end all of the nonsense in the thread, I'm sure me or someone else reputable like Ponty would be happy to help.
Simply request lifetime hhs from stars support, and forward the email to us. We can dl, and verify that results are what you say they are.
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Old 10-05-2016, 11:00 PM   #43
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

I'm not sure what the confusion is. I don't think I ever claimed anything other than I played 5million hands at Zoom. It wasn't something I'm very proud of but that was from when Zoom came out up until January 2014 but my game has improved a lot since then.

Again, I'm more than willing to show anyone who is interested in coaching my database through Teamviewer and show you the accounts belong to me. I'm not sure why people think it's necessary I show my results of 2007 to 2014 since that has no indication of what my play is today.

I will not send my current HH's to anyone. I don't care if you are trusted or not. It's like free coachings if you get to download my HH's which is not in my best interest.

If my old Pokerstars results of 2008-2014 stats is more important to the potential student then something is wrong there. I even went out of my way to play 10k hands of fast fold on Party Poker just so I could have some sort of database students will want to see from zoom type games.
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Old 10-05-2016, 11:02 PM   #44
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

Here is a screenshot of my last 35k hands played by position if anyone wants to know.



I've had one of the better winrates in the blinds. I'm sure nobody will argue this. This is games on Party Poker and Microgaming. And you can see it's not a lot of HU and the stakes are 100nl up to 600nl.

I can improve your blind winrates it will result in better winrates alone.

GL @ Tables guys!

If anyone wants to verify this as well, contact me and I'll surely do it for you through skype.

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Old 10-06-2016, 04:41 AM   #45
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

With all due respect, I'm not sure me or ponty have much to learn from you. Even if you're worried we do, plenty of other reputable figures who play high enough you wouldn't have to worry. Up to you anyway, its a sure fire way to validate your results even for the last year or so and put all the speculation to bed.
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Old 10-06-2016, 01:53 PM   #46
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With all due respect, I'm not sure me or ponty have much to learn from you. Even if you're worried we do, plenty of other reputable figures who play high enough you wouldn't have to worry. Up to you anyway, its a sure fire way to validate your results even for the last year or so and put all the speculation to bed.
This guy is absolutely right. It's the only way!
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Old 10-07-2016, 12:39 AM   #47
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?





These are currently the only two sites I play at. Party and Microgaming. Although I do change my microgaming name once a month and Party allows name changes now as well so I will probably use this feature as much as they allow.

Again, I'm sure PlasticElephant and Pontylad are good. I have no doubt. I wouldn't go and say you cannot learn anything from me. I can honestly say that you are wrong there. Even when you sit and play against a fish you can learn something. Ever sit and have a fish make you tank your timebank and fold or call? Of course you have. How many times has that situation come up and you thought about his/her range and thought about how you can implement that same bluff in your game? It's probably unlikely. So to say your game is perfect and you cannot learn from another player... That just means you are not willing to become better...

I recently had a student come to me 2 months ago. He played over 700k hands this year up to the day that we started coaching. EV he was -60kUSD for the year playing 100nl to 400nl. Since we started, he is up 40kUSD (PRE-Rakeback) in the 2 months we worked together.

I've coached many guys from 10nl up to 200nl in a matter of 5 months.

I don't need to prove to anyone what my capabilities are. If you are willing to sit with me for 1 hour you will see the difference in my coaching abilities.

I don't need to scam. I have had a stake of 10kUSD sent to me on pokerstrategy and I've returned every single penny. I have made many transfers to and from my own students of which I've held over 10k of theirs and I have never took a cent.

https://www.pokerstrategy.com/forum/...hreadid=303847

I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post this link. I think it also has the last time I played nl200Zoom on Stars. This might help. Although that was almost 3 years ago you have to keep in mind.

Thanks,
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Old 10-07-2016, 12:44 AM   #48
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

Reviews for that stake.

https://www.pokerstrategy.com/forum/...19#post1700919
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Old 10-07-2016, 09:10 PM   #49
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

$200/hr? What's your average hourly when you play poker in 2016?
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Old 10-07-2016, 11:04 PM   #50
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Re: Having trouble? Want to get to next level? I am confident I can help you CRUSH NL games!?

I'm not sure exactly because I play on multiple sites and it screws up the hours that I play due to the different time zones. Microgaming is always logging hands 6 hours later and Party is always same time.

My hourly would be ~$170/hr if I would have to estimate the hours I played last 3 months + Rakeback (This would vary depending on which sites I pay).



Again, I'm only posting this so you know my game and the way I play every single hand like it's very important. Whether it's 100nl, 400nl or 600nl I always try really hard to win the pot.

I'll leave you with a funny hand I played today.

https://www.weaktight.com/h/57f861c4d39043365f8b463c

Not exactly funny but it made me some money.


Enjoy your weekend!
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