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11-14-2023 , 08:20 AM
Hi guys, im new here, i dont even know if itís the right place to share this post.
Im gianluca and im 24 years old, i have the lowest basics you can have, and i wanna start improving, how can i ?
I thought about books, online masterclass, streamers, is there anythiing you can suggest me ??
P.s. if there are other beginners please type me, growing together can be easier and funnier.
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11-14-2023 , 08:24 AM
Don't follow streamers just a waste of time if you want to learn. Instead get a membership to like run it once.
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11-14-2023 , 03:20 PM
This is probably more appropriate for the Beginner's forum. I'm going to move it there for you. You should get more of a response there than in the blog forum.
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11-19-2023 , 05:42 PM
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Originally Posted by ImePaskaa
Don't follow streamers just a waste of time if you want to learn. Instead get a membership to like run it once.
What do you get out of membership?
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11-20-2023 , 11:30 AM
It's hard to tell which sites are best for you .. but most of them offer a trial period where you can use at least a portion of the site to see if it's something you want to continue to take advantage of.

Streams are an interesting animal .. most of them are NOT a good representation of poker as you would be playing it yourself, so you shouldn't expect yourself to 'copy' what happens on the streams. I find some of the best 'content' from streams is listening to the announcers .. not the play itself.

I would start with books and lower stakes vlogs. There's plenty of free stuff on YouTube by Bart Hansen, Jon Little and others that you can try to absorb FOR FREE before you commit to a site. Some of the Vloggers have moved up in stakes, so you may want to search for much older releases. Ben Deach and Brad Owen are two well known Vloggers that have moved up in stakes since they first started .. and of course Rampage was playing the lowest stakes before he won his first major tournament that launched him up the ladder of fame.

It all depends on how you learn the best. You also need to commit to this new hobby as well .. don't let it become just another service you subscribe to and don't use enough to get the full benefits.

There's so much free stuff out there .. search for it, review it and then decide what works best for you if you want to make a financial investment and commit hours of your free time for review.

Have fun, you are going to make mistakes .. and even when you play 'correctly' you will still lose some times. If you can't handle that part of the game then don't make huge fund investments that will just add to your frustrations. GL
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11-23-2023 , 02:48 PM
I like „Positive Poker“ on youtube - he is friendly and explains his plays very well!
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