Hi, im opening this thread to find out what you guys think of all these on-line training sites. Good, Bad, Ugly etc. Do you think they are a valuble learning tool or just another way for established players to make extra money off the struggling masses??
Some are endorsed by big name pro's others by consistant winning grinders, who are all willing to give up there wining formulas for anywhere between $30 per month to $99 per year depending on the site. This seems a little strange as in the long run they have the most to lose and least to gain !
Your veiw or experiences of these sites would be most welcome.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 38 (M)
I've never paid, but there is a LOT of positive feedback for some of the training sites. And a LOT of people who swear by real-time coaching also. Certainly, if you're open to learning (don't think you're top s**t and actually willing to pay attention and make changes) then I'm sure you could get something out of some professional coaching.
Saying that, for sure there'd be plenty of con-job training out there also. So obviously, do your research first.
Also - word of warning - do NOT name any sites that might provide this kind of service - as they will all have affiliations which would be in competition with BRM and it would definitely be against BRM rules to mention them
Joined: Mar '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 42 (M)
Iv seen a few vids done trials etc, Id say yer it improved my game and conferdence in how best to play, but I think the bast way to get better is to play more, find your game, playing text book is very predictable and will only yeild good resuls for a short time. But the best way to up your game is to hire a coach, do the teamviewer thing and learn from what they say. From the training sites iv been on FTs stuff is the worst, and cardrunners the best.