Phil Galfond's This Is PLO is the most comprehensive guide to Pot Limit Omaha that has ever been created. Over the course of 183 videos, you’ll learn poker theory, study tricky spots, and review high stakes hands alongside one of the most accomplished PLO players of all time.
"In addition to being a great human, Phil is one of the strongest and most creative HU PLO players I've ever played against. Phil is also an excellent teacher, and I'll for sure be carefully watching this course and learning all I can from him!"
"Since the beginning of online poker until the late solver era, Phil has been at the top of the game. His ability to adapt his game and still remain one of the best in the world year in and year out makes him a GOAT in online poker history. The concepts in this course are essential for improving at HUPLO but will have far-reaching effects to your overall game. I wouldn't miss this course for anything."
“Phil is not just one of the best PLO players in the world, but the best teacher of the game and it’s not even close.”
This course is for anyone who wants to improve their winrate at Pot Limit Omaha or who wants to think about the game at a higher level.
Though most of the hand examples used are from Phil’s HU challenges, the concepts discussed and thought process taught will apply to any form of PLO. The course does include a 6-max specific section that features Run it Once coach Richard Gryko alongside Phil.
No. Though the content centers around high stakes play, lower stakes players can improve the way they think about PLO and the way they study by taking this course.
Charts aren’t included in this course but many videos spend time discussing ranges in different spots and showing you how to use study tools like Vision GTO Trainer. The goal of the course is to help make it so that you don’t need to rely on charts or solver outputs.
The course is currently 183 videos and over 73 hours of content.
You should purchase this course if you’re looking to improve your PLO game or if you’re interested in seeing how Phil Galfond, one of the best PLO players of all time, thinks about the game.
Though the course uses examples from online play, most, if not all, of the concepts and study recommendations discussed will translate to live play too.