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Dont buy this crap. Best wishes, Pavol P. My thoughts on the course. Has anyone looked into the course? You can get all this from places like Upswing. Yes there is also a Slack channel for the members. Obviously its nowhere near the quality of bencb and Nick Petrangelos pack, which you should buy instead of this Nick's one is a bit more advanced though, as he didnt simplify the flop play much, and obviously you shouldnt have multiple flop bet sizes unless you play HS. They want us to succeed and they seem to have the best intentions with the product. Is it live now? Has anyone purchased this or tried it? There is. And you also get added benefits such as the primed mind membership for a big discount. I just preordered this morning. So the channel is very active, you dont have the feeling ok I bought this and after no words heard from the creators of the course. The community aspect is probably similar in both products. They have a private slack channel where students and instructors can all discuss updates, hand reviews, strategy, advice, upcoming events, etc. I truly do not feel this was intended to be an overpriced concept with just big names attached to it. But we are different, everyone learns in a different way, for me this was the best buy. Logic is the baseline for everything. That being said, the course is really solid and teaches you not just the strategy part but also mindset, preparation and so on which is actually vital for any serious player. The PC team has responded well to feedback. The quizzes aren't that easy in many cases 2 The lack of detail in providing the user with ranges for every spot 3 Instead, you get to know the logic behind what hands to use and put into your ranges in different scenarios 4 A lot more exploitative content So, overall I'd say if you choose RYE or PC really depends on your persona. To me, it really only felt like a slightly more sophisticated masterclass that Negranu or Ivey put out. I myself like to learn new concepts and be more creative based on that instead of trying to memorize ranges all day. But I would recommend purchasing other material. Future value? I have never used a website before But, Fedor seems to be crushing everything in life so I took a chance. For me the best part beside information sharing is that every one of my questions were answered even the stupid ones, lol which is a big thing for me. That was the introduction, now the real info what you really want to know. Unfortunately, this is what it was. I am a more audible person so I dislike it when the screen is bombarded with presentation notes which is not the case here, instead you only see Fedor and get to listen to what he has to say, no notes or anything but the occasional range that's popping up to exemplify a concept. Igor and Mathias videos are must see. I agree that Nick Petrangelo course is more advanced, but it is aimed for already experienced players, so anyone just starting out or playing smaller stakes will have more benefits from taking Fedor Holz course I would say. An opinion of a guy who had his doubts on staying with the pokercode after buying in pre-launch. To finish my review I think this. The preflop section was exceedingly elementary, far too simple for advanced students importance of position, basic range ideas, etc. PC has also listened to feedback and responses after launch and have added great higher level content from their head coaches. Sometimes you have to stop every seconds on the video to write more notes down. It also touches on other aspects beside game technicals: Mindset, practicals, approach, live game, The video's are relatively short if you compare with other poker courses but on the other hand they are pretty dense and do a good job of bringing across what really matters: Key concepts and principles that should be thought of and applied in every hand you will ever play. We worked out an arrangement but I no longer have access to the material. You get to know WHY you squeeze, 3bet, or call certain hands in certain scenarios. The best is after all pretty good The core content is laying out everything you need to know from preflop to river if you want to reach basic and intermediate levels of gameplay.

I saw the pre-sale was rolled out over the weekend. Now are you going to play like Fedor and Matthias after watching the videos once Pokercode reviews addressed feedback with more complex videos which I touch on below. For disclosure, I went through a decent fraction of the course a little under half before I decided to argue for a partial refund from the support staff, something that in general you cannot do after watching over 3 pokercode reviews.

The reason why I decided to stay on board of team pokercode.

Very basic. Had some life changes happen so have not been able to dedicate the necessary time. The material itself was mostly fine. I can't find a single review for it anywhere online. I thought PC fell vastly short of its potential and just scratched the surface. My initial reason for opting to request for refund was that the pokercode core content was not matching what they marketed it was gonna be: "The best poker course". And more stuffs also to come, but here we are at now. This maybe was a bad strategy because you set yourself up for not reaching the standard you set out. I was a pokercode student and will review it here publicly I also have not found any reviews. Hi, Would like to share my experience about the site if this is still relevant to you and you are deciding whether to buy Pokercode or not. It has a very similar feel The community aspect of pokercode is great. I just recently got myself the Pokercode and my feedback is based on what I've seen and experienced so far from only going through the pre-flop section of the course. The presale package no longer available as far as I know consisted of handpacked and mailed materials, including a hoodie, to all members. You get to know a lot of people right from the get-go. Its short and basic. Pokercode is terrible. The videos were dense, and not quite in a good way I do not think a solid theoretical backbone could be obtained from watching them, and a student who can appreciate all the concepts presented in them is probably already initiated. What they have created is a nice group community with players committed to learning and sharing experiences. Which I didnt really felt after I watched other packs about tournament play. Something that might be overlooked by a lot of people: the site is really well build, easy use, user friendly. These videos could be sold for a few hundred dollars, but not more, especially given the enormous amount of material from the rest of the market, and lots of free youtube content looking at Piosolver stuff. The people are great, they spent a lot of time producing it, and the buildup to release date felt like a lot of kids in the candy store. That was a nice gesture, and all of the instructors are very engaged, friendly, and truly believe in their product. The visualization of the concepts are well designed, very eye catchy Iam really a visual person and as mentioned you have quizzes to pass after every lecture, which adds value to your learning curve. Happy to answer any questions. I was disappointed with the Upswing cash game pack too, because the theory part was ridiculous, eg. I for my part don't regret having purchased the Pokercode and will not ask for re-fund as I see a lot of potential for the future and feel to be part of the community already. Just today came out a new series about how to react against 3bets and squeezes, and soon we will get the range viewer tool I hope which ATM is something I really miss from the course. I ended up pre launch. I thought the standard would rise, but I have to say that Upswing pack is 50x better than the MMAsherdog or Fedor Holz pack - and cheaper too. Looks like a quality product from a production stand point, but its still light on details - will content be updated, who is the main instructor etc. Would still like to get Petrangelo's Upswing course if they run a black friday deal again. That's where the big strength of the pokercode comes in. Instead, there's not a single sentence wasted with invaluable information. What you want to go for should be in your own interest and what you think is better fit to your personality and style of game. When I started to look at the content I was surprised about the length of the videos they are shorter then you might expect but soon I realized there is just pure information in it, just the stuff you really need to know. Lots of opinion on the course. I think you do get a bunch of situational charts now wasn't available by the time I left. This course teaches you how to think about poker and spots in a very clear and understandable way and builds you a strong logical understanding of the game. Still cheaper than RYE Expert class. Fedor all the time talked about creating value bla bla, and then he made this crap course for 1. I just enrolled and made a review of Pokercode , so you can check it. This wasnt my 1st pack about tournament play, and I really dont want to compare them because every pack is unique in a way it is, so Iam not even writing what packs I own. Is a detailed content of the course available somewhere? The guys really seem to care about the members and plan to keep working on the platform and just launched a new added section of IgorKarkarof 3 hour video content. Postflop was more involved and went through some street-by-street hand examples with solver based strategies, discussed various spots being in position vs out of position, blockers and unblockers, developing balance in value bets and bluffs, how to defend the blinds, navigating 3b pots, etc. I really wanted to like this product. I bought it during the pre-sale time, then was a little bit cheaper then now, was no info at all about the course, but definitely caught my attention because of the creators of the course.