Join PokerSchoolOnline on Twitch this week

October 06, 2015

There’s no other way to put this: PokerSchoolOnline is getting Twitchy. But that’s a good thing, especially if you’re one of the nearly five million players who use it to learn, develop and analyse their game.

Twitchy, because PSO now has a variety of Twitch streams, each designed to pick up on certain aspects of the game and help players of all abilities to understand those complex issues that can leave you stumped.

But it’s about more than simply tuning in. PSO has expert trainers hosting the streams, as well as poker pros and special guests from Team PokerStars Online. The idea is that you can watch, ask questions, and take part in the PokerSchoolOnline community.

What’s more all of this is FREE. There are no sign-up fees or subscriptions to pay. It’s all available on the PokerSchoolOnline homepage and Twitch Channel, with sign up bonuses and rewards along the way.

The next live stream starts tomorrow, Wednesday October 7 from 15.00 to 16.00 EDT, with the tagline Three Bet your way to victory!

In it Ross Jarvis explains what hands you should be looking to 3-bet pre-flop, and how you can combat aggressive players who relentlessly re-raise in this theory and live play training session.

Then on Saturday October 10 from 15.00 to 16,00 EDT: You Make the MTT Call!

In the popular “You Make the Call” series, we will look at spots selected for discussion and as a group, talk about what the best course of action is and why. Then I will tell you my opinion and explain, and we’ll see what the Hero actually did in the hand. This class will feature tournament spots played by PSO member Mitaman91 in micro stakes MTT action. Instructor led discussion is an integral part of this class format, so register now to make the most of it.

Twitch shows continues through the month, with a full schedule available now on the PSO website. There you’ll find all the details you need, including how to register for each session. Places are limited to sign up now to avoid missing out.

And if all of this inspires you to open your own PokerStars account, you can do so here.


Stephen Bartley is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.


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