I recently heard one of the people I look up to, Tim Ferriss, state that he learned to play heads-up poker by studying and memorizing charts. While playing from a chart may be a super-simple way to “learn” the game, in the long run, you will be doing yourself a disservice. In the 14 minute video, I explain why.

Thanks for watching! Let me know what you think.

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  • John Podobnik says:

    Bang on the money Jonathan. Charts are a good place to start, but then you need to refine your play according to your table. Excellent piece.

    John “BarelyLegal” Podobnik

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