The Poker Blueprint: Learn to Play Good Poker

Learn Overarching Poker Concepts & Theories Essential to Winning Poker Players


What's Inside

The difference between a bad poker player and a good poker player is a whole bunch of money. Over this course you’ll learn many of the traps bad players fall in to, while developing a strategic framework to improve your game and win money. From training to deal with your emotions and ego, to understanding how to minimize mistakes, this is the A to Z guide to make you a great poker player.

  • Access 51 lectures & 3.5 hours of instruction
  • Understand overarching poker concepts & theories essential to thinking like a poker player
  • Learn how to make fewer mistakes than your opponents
  • Discover ineffective strategies & tactics & learn how to avoid them
  • Manage your expectations & patience better to play more in control
  • Differentiate between a good bluff & a bad bluff

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Alton Hardin

Alton Hardin is an educator, poker coach, self-published & best-selling author, and full-time IT and Business professional. Alton is the founder of MicroGrinder Poker School and the best-selling author of Essential Poker Math for No Limit Holdem; moreover, he is the creator of numerous online poker courses. Alton has been playing poker for over a decade both live and online. He helped pay his way through college playing live low stakes games in the early 2000's. Today, Alton enjoys playing the micro stakes for enjoyment and a teaching instrument, where he has racked up over $1,000 in earnings playing mainly 5nl & 10nl.

Outside of poker, Alton is a full-time business and IT professional, where he works in the field of cyber security. He has earned two graduate degrees, an M.B.A. and M.S. in IT Network Management; moreover, he currently holds multiple IT industry certifications.

Alton also has a fond love for teaching. As an undergraduate he group tutored chemistry students and as a graduate student he taught a GMAT prep course. Upon graduating from his MBA program, he began teaching as an adjunct professional for the School of Business & Public Administration at his local state university in the field of Information Systems and IT Management.

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