The Brunson father-and-son tandem has launched an all-new online training course valued at $149.
Of course, there are plenty of online poker courses available, but only a few of them have the impressive poker background that the Brunsons have. The price isn't as expensive as one would expect considering the caliber of the people behind it, and the great thing about this course is that players will be able to obtain unique insight from the various strategies used by the Brunson's along with their years of professional poker experience.
Doyle Brunson, who will turn 85 years old on August 10, is a 10-time WSOP champ and Poker Hall of fame member and is pretty much considered royalty in the poker world. On the other hand, his son Todd Brunson has made a good reputation for himself in playing poker and has amassed more than $4.4 million in career winnings.
The father and son duo have now joined together to put their experience and skills in a new poker training course named Brunson Poker Pro, designed to definitely improve anyone's game. Valued at $149, the course comes with a book, 208 flash cards showing various in-play scenarios, and other helpful resources including an audio CD and several charts. They even launched a website that covers several other advanced strategies like tells, bluffs, combos & blockers, and board textures.
The Brunson Poker Pro website says, "Now you can learn the game of NL Texas Hold'em and its advanced strategies in a much shorter time and gain professional knowledge without playing for years. We are teaching poker the way your brain processes information faster by seeing, hearing, and doing."
Todd says that the purpose of this course is to take students well beyond the basics. He also explains that the course is a system that focuses on learning techniques that are tried, tested and proven to work. Teaming up with his father to make this possible is something that Todd has wanted to do for a few years now, but wasn't able to do so because of Doyle's hectic schedule.
Doyle said that he hopes the training program will be as helpful as the "Super/System: A Course in Power Poker" that he published around 40 years ago.
While Doyle Brunson announced at this summer's WSOP that he will retire, he now clarifies that he is not going to completely remove himself from playing the game. He said, "I like to have projects to keep me busy, and don't have time to do them all and still be a full-time poker player. People took my retirement a little wrong, which was probably my fault. I was talking about not playing any more WSOP events. I'll probably play in some capacity as long as I'm physically able."