CardRunners Presents …

Truly Free Poker Training

by , Mar 14, 2010 | 9:36 am

My first lesson … watching Cole South talk through a $5/$10 no-limit heads-up game. Here he tells what you’re looking from your opponents to develop reliable reads, and how to size your bets accordingly:

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12 Comments to “CardRunners Presents …”

  1. Gabe

    What’s that software being used to show the stats? Do you know?

  2. DanM

    whatever’s built into youtube. they seem to be running a bit behind though.

  3. Gabe

    Nah, I meant the player stats as the profiles were being clicked.. not the video presentation.

  4. DanM

    lol, sorry. I don’t know the answer to that, but will try to find out.

  5. Gabe

    I just figure if other people have those kinds of stats on me, I should get a similar program that allows me to do that..

  6. Kevin Mathers

    Cole’s using PokerTracker.

  7. Ed

    I used PokerTracker all the time until I went to Bodog. Someone made a “plugin “to help it work there by capturing the hand histories but he split and never updated it so that was that.

    It was a great app for keeping stats on people you play often.

  8. Ed

    btw, if that is PokerTracker then it has changed a lot since I used it last. Did not watch all the video yet but the one thing I saw that pulled up stats was nothing like the PT stuff I got.

  9. DanM

    yeah, ed, software evolves over the years. shocking to you, i am sure. lol …

  10. Ed

    smart ass.

    just went to the pokertracker site and saw some new screens of it and yeah it is a little different.

  11. Gabe

    Probably worthwhile to get it then. Thanks for the info.

  12. crlana

    I recommend HEM (Hold’Em Manager). It’s what most of our instructors are using now — Cole mainly multi-tables, so we went back to find a good video of him one-tabling to use here.