I'm playing live donkaments in June, so I'll be taking a reduced number of students (about 15), and I'm giving my current and past FastTrack students the first shot at them. If I had to guess, we'll likely fill up or close to it, but if you are interested, feel free to send me a PM. The price is still $325, and I'm also adding the option of substituting the group coaching session for a 30 minute HH review or a 30 minute live sweat. No promises about the price (or even the continuance of the program) in July, though.
I'm also introducing read-only access for June.
There are now tons of resources - over 2000 posts, a dozen top quality articles, 30 personalized student HH threads, and all sorts of advanced material. The cost for this is $140 (I'm also giving a discount to previous people in the program). I would like to make it very clear that you need to decide for yourself whether this is right for you - there are a lot of people who would be appalled at paying $140 just to read a forum, and others who would benefit drastically from reading hours and hours of top quality coaching material for the price of less than one hour. In order to keep my students comfortable in the community environment that we've got going, I'll only be taking a very limited number of read-only students, so you may get declined because of this if there is a lot of interest, just fair warning. I have no idea what the interest for this will be, if any, but let me know if you think it's right for you.
Additionally, tonight on HUSNG.com, a video will be released consisting of excerpts from a group coaching session from this month, on raise/calling vs. raise/folding decisions around 20bb deep from the small blind against different opponent types. If you're a premium subscriber there, you can get a peek into the kind of advanced analysis the program offers and just get some value out of it, even if you aren't able to get into the June session due to space restrictions.
Look also in June for an advanced strategy thread in the HUSNG forum of 2+2 as part of the "Tip of the Week" series that's being started there to keep that forum thriving with good, free strategy posts.