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Zenith Poker Legit? Zenith Poker Legit?

12-23-2020 , 01:49 AM
I am new to the forum and didn't know where to ask so I hope this is okay. I have been playing poker for 6 months and decided that I want to start studying. I've looked around and found a free site called Zenith and I joined their discord. The content looks ok but I asked to see results from the coaches to prove that they are winners but they got really hostile said it's unnecessary and just to trust them that it's good content and everyone just jumped to defend the coaches but something doesn't smell right.

Can anyone steer me in the right direction?
12-23-2020 , 07:43 AM
Can't speak on this site in particular but I would advise trusting your nose
12-31-2020 , 04:04 AM
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Originally Posted by bozzo4562 Zenith Poker Legit?
I am new to the forum and didn't know where to ask so I hope this is okay. I have been playing poker for 6 months and decided that I want to start studying. I've looked around and found a free site called Zenith and I joined their discord. The content looks ok but I asked to see results from the coaches to prove that they are winners but they got really hostile said it's unnecessary and just to trust them that it's good content and everyone just jumped to defend the coaches but something doesn't smell right.

Can anyone steer me in the right direction?
why would you ask them? seems weird. watch one of their vids. do they know more about poker than you (they probably do)? if yes it is probably good to take the free help. if you already know what they are telling you, go someplace else.

frankly i get their reaction.
01-05-2021 , 09:01 PM
I interviewed Zenith's founder, Thomas Pinnock, in the latest episode of the Poker Zoo, and I think anyone concerned about how legitimate Zenith is will be satisfied by his performance in explaining some very important poker concepts with ease and clarity.
02-04-2021 , 02:32 AM
Uber Legitimate!

Tons of free help.

Paid coaching and other services for very serious players.

A number of high limit players use their services.

They are a sincere group that sometimes bluntly says what they have on their minds and again, they offer tons of free help.

They also joke around a lot of they know you well.

IMPORTANTANT NOTE

Unlike many shops, they have no Coaching For Profits program where you put up all the money and give them half of your winnings for a long time.

They will put up "all the money" for you to play higher than you can afford to play, and coach you along the way, while splitting the winnings, if you qualify.

Being fully backed to play higher than one can afford while being coached by strong players has obvious benefits.

Last edited by tuccotrading; 02-04-2021 at 02:53 AM.
03-07-2021 , 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by bozzo4562 Zenith Poker Legit?
I am new to the forum and didn't know where to ask so I hope this is okay. I have been playing poker for 6 months and decided that I want to start studying. I've looked around and found a free site called Zenith and I joined their discord. The content looks ok but I asked to see results from the coaches to prove that they are winners but they got really hostile said it's unnecessary and just to trust them that it's good content and everyone just jumped to defend the coaches but something doesn't smell right.

Can anyone steer me in the right direction?
The founder was a coach for Upswing lol Yeah sites legit.
04-17-2021 , 04:46 AM
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Originally Posted by BIGCAPNFISH Zenith Poker Legit?
The founder was a coach for Upswing lol Yeah sites legit.
Who? Thomas Pinnock was just a upswing member.
Personally I think he's very good at maths and softwares, but lacking in real game experience.
04-17-2021 , 11:31 AM
I watched 30 min of a free sample of their coaching and it's pretty bad: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=li1OFSUYIBg

The student is asking how to memorize the solver outputs, some heuristics of how to remember the concepts etc, but the coach just keeps browsing the solution and explains how the solver plays. U basically pay $300 per hour for the coach to browse through solver solutions. Maybe the student is blind and thus pays someone to explain the output, idk. A good coach would be able to tell u good strategy and answer questions before seeing solver outputs. Leech all their free content how much u want, I'm sure u can pick off a thing or two, but paying $300 per hour would be absolutely absurd
04-27-2021 , 07:54 PM
I am very happy with content they got. So for theory YES. It should be warning before purchasing "Mastering poker " book since you need to understand desent amounts of maths to be able to read it (so that was total waste of money for me). Book is full of alghorytms and god knows what more that i NEEDED to learn at school ages ago to be able to pass the exam that i dont remember anything of. On the other hand had one session with one of the coaches and it was pure DISASTER.I will not mention his name because its my opinion and would be uneathical given that the guy just got one hour from me to prove he can help me out and there is hope for us working together where by his help i can become a better player. For me it was total waste of money.

Last edited by TakeItiletyou; 04-27-2021 at 08:03 PM.

      
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