UCLA (Business Economics)
USC Marshall School of Business (MBA)
With hundreds of poker books out there, we all know that poker is a game of skill. You can't just figure it out yourself though, you need a coach!
The concepts from books are great, but it's difficult to know how or when to apply them. You also don't know which concepts are missing from your current game. Once you are able to fill in the gaps and get the different concepts to work together, your game really starts taking off!
I will tailor the coaching session based on where you are in your game and what part of your game you would like to work on. A no-brainer investment for any serious poker player! With hundreds of poker books out there, we all know that poker is a game of skill. You can't just figure it out yourself though, you need a coach!
The concepts from books are great, but it's difficult to know how or when to apply them. You also don't know which concepts are missing
Edward helped me establish a framework for very important concepts I was struggling with. In two sessions he has helped me plug a leak, and that weekend after I was about to make back-to-back final tables at the Bike, as well as a killer run in cash games. I now get more value out of my hands, and have begun the movement into more advanced topics. What's important is that Edward can take complicated theoretical ideas and explain them in terms that make sense. In two sessions, I was able to find and fix my issues with Edwards help. If I have any more issues that arise in the game, Edward will be my go-to poker guru.
Ed was very patient with me and helped me find the weaknesses in my poker game. I've already learned a lot and will definitely continue to use him!
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Ed is currently a professional poker player living in Los Angeles, California. He has been a winning player since 2006 with hundreds of thousands in profit.
Ed specializes in coaching how to beat no limit hold 'em cash games ($100-$500 buy-in) in both an online and brick & mortar environment. He can provide expert advice on game selection, starting hands, position, stacks, player types, hand-reading, bluffing, and the mathematics of poker.
Learn how to beat the game or how to beat the game for even more money! Private coaching lessons are available in the Los Angeles area.