This Thursday APT will be hosting the next webinar in our highly successful educational webinar series. This spring we have had Alex Fitzgerald share with us The Most Important Thing. James “SplitSuit” Sweeney talked to us about Brilliant Bluffing. And just last week, Jonathan Little taught us some key lessons he has learned from his co-authors of the book Excelling at No-Limit Hold’em. And now Advanced Poker Training founder Steve Blay will share 6 Most Powerful But Often Missed Features of APT, taking us on a tour through APT’s hidden gems.
Steve is providing a personal tour, sharing the tips and tricks which will help everyone take advantage of all the powerful tools that APT has to offer. Do you know how to best use the Brain button? Did you know that you can use the Forum to share hands that you’d like to discuss with other APT members? Or to ask a question? And did you know that APT has tools to help you figure out when to shove or fold a hand when you are short stacked, to determine your odds of winning a hand, and to calculate an ICM chop for your next tournament final table. Steve will share information on all of these and more.Join APT Founder Steve Blay to learn the 6 Most Powerful But Often Missed Features of APT Click To Tweet
At the end of the webinar, Steve will open questions to the attendees. At that point you can ask him your own questions about APT. Perhaps you want help figuring out how to read your weekly report. Or you have a suggestion for new Combat Trainer scenarios. Now is your chance to ask!
This webinar will offer unprecedented access to the founder and creator of APT. So if you want to know how to get the most out of your poker training experience, this webinar is not to be missed.
Steve will hold the webinar this Thursday, June 21 at 8pm. His presentation will last an hour, leaving a half an hour for your questions. Go to this link and sign up to take a tour through APT today.
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