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NLHE Poker Masterclass: MingtheMerciless93 & MikeRoss

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MingtheMerciless93 has been playing poker since 2003. He was a coach for Cardrunners and DeucesCracked where he produced some of the finest quality training videos of all time.  He has been coached by multiple high stakes players and vows to pass on the secrets he learnt to his students.Specializing in 6-Max NLHE cash games Ming breaks down even the most complex of plays into a simplistic way even a newb could understand. Full of energy, a wealth of experience and a hunger to coach poker Ming is the perfect coach for PokerVIP members. Due to online poker regulation and laws in Washington, WA. Ming has focused his efforts into coaching a stable of students and can be found nightly on his Twitch channel 

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'MikeRoss' came out on top during our staked player competition where the winner would receive a 1 hour masterclass on the topic of their choice with MingtheMerciless93. MikeRoss otherwise known as Olo chose the topic of good check raise spots including previous hand histories and general theory. 

With over 10 years of experience, 100+ students and a regular Twitch.TV stream  Ming is the perfect coach for any player struggling with specific areas or just trying to improve their general approach to the game. This competition will be running each month and be open to both staked players and general forum members so stay tuned for these announcements over in the forum area.


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I just wanted to say, that thanks to the coaching I didn't only improve x/r, but generally I changed how and what I think about poker. I would encourage everyone to pay attention to Ming's thought process, because there's tonnes and tonnes to learn on how to approach games and how to bring it to the next level. Thank you Ming!

on 17/10/15




I love check-raising hoes. The audio sounds just fine to me by the way.

on 2/10/15




Nice video ming ! interesting video, and always amazing stream !

on 2/10/15




The quality of this video is pretty terrible to be honest... Especially the sound. The content is nice though, but maybe its better to select some hands together with the coach (in this case Ming)...

on 2/10/15




Nice Analysis, from the coach! And very good result from Mike.

on 2/10/15


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MagicNinjaon 5/11/15

i'm gonna try and bluff merge my triple range merged bluffs rofl


BarraBodon 1/10/15

You sounded quite nervous there Mike. But this video is great, as its something I need to work on also. I'll try find some hands where I've missed the check/raise opportunity and post them in the poker strategy section!


trollord59on 30/9/15

The problem with Check/raising on flops is it Caps your calling range which is exploitable by good opponents. I find the play is more useful on later streets. However, it is an effective play against people who use depolarized betting ranges on the flop. However, if you do use a a check/raising range on flops i would recommend you use a polarized range of 2 pair+plus and hands that retain there equity well on later streets like Gutshots.

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