I'd say they are very much similar in style. Empirical (you'll always be able to test his ideas yourself, and he'll gladly welcome questions about his assumtions), technical, but not too nitty gritty details oriented, and pedagogical. He will also tailor the course to your abilities, and he'll gladly admit he's got nothing to teach you about a subject if he feels like that's the case (which he won't charge you for, of course).
Nov. 23, 2020 | 9:28 a.m.
Qing Yang's videoes are the shit, we all can agree on that, right? You've all seen em' -- the one on min betting, the one on stack to pot ratio implications, good ol' way ahead way behind, geometric sizing -- they're all time classics. Now imagine having this hubmle amazing Singaporean mind provide you with an elegant, solver proved framework for 80% of the situations of NLHE 6-max. The result is exactly as you'd expect: bloody brilliant, mate.
I've just finished up this course and wholeheartedly endorse it. Of course, I would really prefer it if you stayed as long away from Qing's content as possible, for strictly selfish personal bb/100 reasons, but after recieving such great, engaging coaching -- he is really under selling what you get in his description of the course -- I have a moral duty to the poker gods to support Qing Yang's efforts.
Nov. 20, 2020 | 2:10 p.m.
Hi, thanks for a great video señor Pastor.
Your HUD actually convinced me to change to PT4 after a lifetime of HM2 use, impressive!
I have a few questions about PT4 terminology. After extensive googling I'm still a bit confused.
Is it how often one 5bets+ after 3beting an EP open?
You also have a stat called "Steal Turn" on your fourth row, is that a combination of river probe and turn float? (that is what google translate told me after reading a spanish forum xD)
Looking forward to your next video!