Hi all, I'm new to the forums, but I've been playing on & off since around 2009, primarily live cash ($2/$3) at the casino for the first couple of years before moving into mostly tournaments online, mainly micro stakes. I'm a winning player overall, but not by much as I've burned a lot playing higher stakes than I should and have a bad habit of doing really stupid **** I know I shouldn't be doing and squandering stacks in the micros when the money starts to matter. I know I should be winning more and more consistently at this point, but I also know that the competition is much stronger than when I had my best scores several years ago, so I've decided to finally spend some time on these forums, and think it's about time I looked at some training.
I've read the Harrington series, Kill Everyone, The Raiser's Edge, The Myth of Poker Talent, The Mental Game of Poker, Phil Gordon's Little Blue Book, and some of Decide to Play Great Poker, and have a few others on my kindle that I haven't read yet. I'll get onto that too, but I think some current training is likely to be of the most benefit, so I seek your wisdom.
From what I can tell, Raise Your Edge and Pokercode seem to be the 2 best options, so I'd like to know your thoughts on either/both, and which is the best of the two, but I'm also open to other courses that may be better/complementary, and would like to know whether I should also be seeking private coaching or if that's a bit much at this stage (probably is). Funds aren't abundant at the moment, so while I'm looking for the best option, value for money is a consideration.
Any other advice is also welcome, including book recommendations ^_^