Rio Hotel and Casino

Secrets of the World Champions

The Secrets of the World Champions seminar was held in the Belize conference center at the Rio during the WSOP.

The price of admission was $1,499 and the event was sold out!

IF YOU COULDN'T MAKE IT

The event was professionally recorded and nearly 5 hours of videos are available! True, you won't get the official conference polo shirt and the lunch buffet. BUT, you can get all the training material for 73% off the price of admission!

YOU'LL GET A TOTAL OF

  • 5 videos (total time: 1:43:02) from 2-time WPT champ Jonathan Little, author of 12 poker books.
  • 3 videos (total time: 0:58:58) from the legendary "Prince of Poker" Scotty Nguyen, who has made over 50 Final Tables and won 5 WSOP bracelets.
  • 3 videos (total time: 1:02:48) from poker mastermind Scott Clements, who has 2 WSOP bracelets and 2 WPT titles, plus over 50 WSOP cashes.
  • 3 videos (total time: 1:02:29) from Advanced Poker Training's founder Steve Blay, a poker math expert and co-author of Qui Nguyen's book, From Vietnam to Vegas.
  • All the handouts and Powerpoint slides from the seminar.

TOTAL PRICE - IMMEDIATE ACCESS!

$1,499

$397



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YOU GET ALL THESE VIDEOS

Jonathan Little 1

Topics Covered:

  • Stealing pots that don’t belong to you
  • Picking a range with good “Board Coverage”
  • Hands to play: Early Position
  • Hands to play: Middle Position
  • Hands to play: Late Position
Jonathan Little 2

Topics Covered:

  • Defending: Against 3-bets pre-flop
  • Defending: When someone raises before you
  • Adjustments: Classifying your opponents
  • Raise and 3-bet sizing
Jonathan Little 3

Topics Covered:

  • Bad opponents: Linear 3-betting ranges
  • Good opponents: Polarized 3-betting ranges
  • Flop: Picking up pots in position
  • Flop: Picking up pots out of position
  • Picking up pots on the turn and river: examples
Jonathan Little 4

Topics Covered:

  • Middlegame: Against tight, straightforward players
  • Middlegame: Against loose, aggressive players
  • Abusing the bubble: pre-flop
Jonathan Little 5

Topics Covered:

  • Abusing the bubble: post-flop
  • Being aware of “other bubbles”
  • Table Images: Yours and your opponent’s
Scotty Nguyen 1

Topics Covered:

  • Hand Review: My 1998 World Championship
  • Talking to your opponents to gain information
  • Playing to win
  • Inducing bluffs
Scotty Nguyen 2

Topics Covered:

  • Hand Review: Final Table against Michael Mizrachi
  • Making money, not friends
  • Avoiding giving away information
  • Adapting as the game evolves
Scotty Nguyen 3

Topics Covered:

  • Hand Review: Bluffing Humberto Brenes at the WSOP
  • Winning with bad cards
  • Making your opponent scared
  • Stories from the road
Scott Clements 1

Topics Covered:

  • How to avoid tough spots and unnecessary risks
  • Strategies: Building your stack
  • Strategies: Bubble Play with different stack sizes
  • Fighting the table bully
  • Final Table: Sizing up your opponents
Scott Clements 2

Topics Covered:

  • To show your bluffs or not
  • Re-shoving when players are opening wide
  • Taking risks at the Final Table to get to heads-up
Scott Clements 3

Topics Covered:

  • Setting a consistent schedule
  • Physical Health: Sleep & Nutrition
  • Physical Health: Exercise Routine
  • Importance of being on time
Steve Blay 1

Topics Covered:

  • Intuition: Estimating your opponent’s range
  • Being a “Poker Philosopher”: Tips for practicing
  • Starting out analyzing ranges at home
Steve Blay 2

Topics Covered:

  • Range Analysis example: 2016 WSOP Final Table
  • Defending against a tight 3-betting range
  • Range Analysis: Considering blockers
  • Minimum Defense Frequency: Introduction
Steve Blay 3

Topics Covered:

  • Minimum Defense Frequency (MDF): Computation
  • MDF: Example Hand from 2016 WSOP Final Table
  • Minimum calling ranges on paired boards


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