Sit and Go Poker Videocourses 2017-08-08T14:22:57+00:00

Crush 6Max Hyper Turbos

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Forget about all that low quality Sit and Go Poker content that is out there. You are probably getting overwhelmed by all that content. Forget about that bullshit many coaches want to teach you. We have everything you need in 7 courses!

What makes our courses the best?

Usually many poker schools offer packages which include preponderant random live plays. They teach very little concepts regarding Sit and Go Poker, and if they do, they are usually not detailed and deep enough. Our video course provides a complete guide from A-Z, where you will be taught all the very elements of 6max hyper Sit and Go Poker. The course also shows you how you can retain and focus on the game. It is our goal and mission that you will be able to use our concepts for months and even years in your future poker playing. We do not want to overwhelm you with content so that you will not actually understand how to use it when you play. Instead, you will learn how to crush 6max hyper Sit and Go Poker step by step. You will be able to generate an edge in every spot. You only need one thing and one thing only: will power!

I mainly play MTTs. Does it make sense to buy this Sit and Go Poker course?

Some courses for instance our Push & Fold Course and Bubble and advanced icm concepts Course are only made for Hyper Turbo Sit and Go Poker. BUT we highly recommend you to watch our Preflop, Postflop, Resteal and Heads-up Course. All of the presented concepts are very easy adaptable for MTT Poker as well. If you are struggling making notes or to use the proper stats, you will also benefit from your Course 7 Technical Tools.

Feature Starter Package Crusher Package
Basics
Preflop
Postflop
Resteals
Push and Fold
Advanced Concepts Some All
Heads Up
Technical Tools
Price 89 $
Start Winning
219 $
Get Crushing

BENCB789`s Coaching and Sit & Go Experience

For some time, our coach Bencb has been offering tournament poker coaching as well as sit and go. He belongs to the absolute world-cup in the area of ​​online tournament & sit and go poker. In addition to countless 5-figure tournament cash, he has a title at the SCOOP and WCOOP. He won against probably the most difficult field ever played in the history of the Poker, placing first place in the $102,000 WCOOP Super High Roller ahead of Fedor Holz.

His consistency is impressive. In the years 2013, 2014 and 2015, he was top 10 in the Sharkscope Sit and Go Leaderboard and placed 1st in 2015. In 2016 he devoted himself to MTTs and appeared for the first time in the (Super) High Roller tournaments. He has final tabled the last 3 COOP High Rollers.

He has been teaching his knowledge for several years now. He also appears regularly as a guest commentator of the EPTs (until 2017), PCA`s and Pokerstars Championship. He also coaches live. His most well-known appearance was at the WSOP Main Event Final Table 2016 when he prepared Kenny Hallaert for the final table and coached live on site.

He continues to work for www.pokerstrategy.com, as well as head coach for www.bestpokercoaching.com and tournament tables such as BitB Staking & Pocarrr, the world’s largest and most successful tournament tables. His Pokerstrategy.com videos were among the most popular in 2014 & 2015.

My Poker Friends

I have the highest respect for Ben as a poker Player. His work ethic and Approach to the game are very unique and make him one of the toughest opponents on the highest stakes. We spent a lot of time together talking about Hands and strategy and I can say that his insight has always been valuable to me.

Fedor Holz, Global Poker Index #1 ranked player

Ben works with our backees and we’ve been delighted with his enthusiasm he brings to sessions. He knows his stuff but being able to come with energy every single day is not as easy to find in a coach as you might think. We ALWAYS get great feedback on Bens stuff and have only had requests from our players for more from him.

Msusyr24, Owner of Pocarr.com

I know Ben for the biggest part of my pokercareer already. We were not just studying poker together, but were flatmates for more than a year sharing thoughts and strategies pretty much everyday. His work ethic and professionalism is outstanding and the combination of understanding theoretical concepts as well as applying those to playerpools of all levels is rarely seen out there. I decided to play the highest live tournaments out there myself and one thing I can tell you guys for sure: I’m really happy to not face my buddy Ben out there in the Live-Arena.

GoOse.core!, Cash Game Crusher (up to NL100k)

Ben is undoubtedly one of the best players in the world, but in my opinion he excels even further in terms of coaching and is likely the best tournament poker coach in the world. I’ve worked with him on WSOP preperation where he showed just how well prepared and organized he is (something surprisingly rare for tournament coaches!) and instantly wanted him to be a part of bitB where he has taken the quality of our coaching to a higher level. Great player, great guy, great coach.

Patrick Leonhard (pads1611), Owner & Headcoach of BitB

We are a group of 200$ hyper-husng regs who started mixing spins into our schedule. We booked a coaching from bencb because we were interested in certain aspects and playing dynamics in 3handed play that were new to us. Bens knowledge about the 3handed play was very profound and he did well abstracting between gto assumptions and exploits versus reg and rec-population tendencies. Even though we only booked one hour from him, Ben was able to transmit a lot of information during this time and personally, gave me several good ideas how to improve my game in this format. I think he is a valuable coach for any intermediate to advanced regular in Spins.

Benjamin/ Ziroto J, Highstakes Spin and Go`s

Ben just didn’t only show me my leaks, he also pushed me to work harder offside the tables. He always showed me new and better approaches, even in spots, which seemed to be standard to me. He was very flexible and he also analysed my database and stats. I definitely became a better and more confident poker player and I managed it to play higher stakes.

Muuf, SnG Midstakes

Ben coached me for the 18-men Turbo SNGs. After having a short overall discussion we jumped into action. At first, we were talking about resteal spots where I lost a lot of chips. He helped me to improve my postflop skills and to extract more value out of my value hands. His poker competency is impressive and I recognized how deep he is into this game. His coaching is done in a very pleasant manner and you do not feel ashamed if asking ‚stupid“ questions. He also makes notes during the coaching and at the and you will get a summary of your session. Who wants to push his game to a new level, I definitely recommend the coachings of Bencb.

Froned, 18 man SnGs

My impression of Ben is top. I felt that he really wants to improve the student. He pushes you all the time and also gets angry (in a positive manner) if you stop improving. He tells you if there is something what he dislikes and you keep doing the same mistakes all the time. Thats why I felt that I am not just „free money“ for him. It was very important for him that I am going to improve myself. I am 100% sure who has the willing and listens to Ben carefully will have success.

DieterD6, SNG Low- & Midstakes

I can say for sure that Ben puts a lot effort to find the students leaks. After every coaching the student gets a summary which includes a list of the students leaks, amendments/improvements, explanations and homework. That improves your game tremendously. Price-perfomance ratio is totally fine. I highly recommend Bencb as a Coach.

Looscontrol, SNG Mid – & Highstakes

Bencb´s Coachings are of a very high quality. During our session review we spotted leaks, we discussed them and he worked out individual trainings methods. He always tries to explain everything very comprehensible. A very good Coach !

Method999, SNG Mid- & Highstakes
Feature Starter Package Crusher Package
Basics
Preflop
Postflop
Resteals
Push and Fold
Advanced Concepts Some All
Heads Up
Technical Tools
Price 89 $
Start Winning
219 $
Get Crushing

Whats In The Course

Introduction

In this introductory video, you will learn what to expect and what you should bring with you. We also give you a few tips on how to get the most out of Sit and Go poker courses. Before you get into the other video courses, we advise you to watch the introduction video as an entry.

Course 1: Preflop strategies (3 videos) + 2 updated videos including new theories and ranges = 5 videos in total !!!

Faulty preflop ranges are often the cause of post flop leaks. Many players are often unaware of this and burn huge amounts of money with non showdown situations. A false understanding of a solid preflop play is the beginning of an expensive fault chain. In this video course, you will learn when to play, and what factors influence it. We show you how to adjust your rankings in the countless stack and table constellations optimally and how you can internalize the whole long term.You will learn how to play with 15-20bb optimal rankings preflop. What changes in comparison to a 25BB stack? How do we have to shape our ranks? What are the big mistakes made by many players at these stack sizes? What factors influence our preflop ranges? These and many other questions will be answered in this video course!
We look at what further preflop strategies you can integrate into your game. Playing with and against 3bets preflop as well as in 3bet pots is a topic. When should we non-all-in 3B and what factors affect our 3betting range? I also show you a widespread Leak in 4bet Pushing Ranges. Playing with and against 3bets preflop both as well as in 3bet pots is a topic. When should we be non-all-in 3bets and what factors affect our 3betting range? I also show you a widespread Leak in 4bet Pushing Ranges. Playing with and against 3bets preflop both as well as in 3bet pots is a topic. When should we be non-all-in 3bets and what factors affect our 3betting range? I also show you a widespread Leak in 4bet Pushing Ranges.

Course 2: Postflop Course (3 videos)

Post flop is an area where many Sit and Go players have very many and, most importantly, very serious leaks. I will show you how to destroy your enemies post flop. You will be fit as a preflop aggressor in position and out of position. We look at how you can play as cold caller and how you can reload the boards. You will notice how the understanding of your opponents’ ranks and the advancement of your opponents are constantly evolving and when you can attack your opponents in certain situations.

Course 3: Restealing (1 video)

We deal not only with the residuals against late positions, but also with the reshoving from different positions against early and middle position. Here you will find out when you are extremely loose and when you should be extremely tight reshoving. For you at first sight as standard appearing Folds are often very profitable Reshoves. Also the overplaying of AK / AQ / TT type of hands is a theme of the videocourse, as well as the reshoving with short stacks around the 10BB and what factors influence your Reshove Ranges.

Course 4: Push or Fold phase (2 videos)

I explain to you why and when it makes sense to depart from Nash. You will be able to adjust the nash ranges correctly for the particular situation and stack constellation. We consider different push situations against the most diverse opponent types. In this course, the advantages and disadvantages of the pushing and ministries strategy will be discussed. When should we min raise and when should we push directly? Another central topic of the course is the short stack play around the 6BB.
Correct calling is probably one of the biggest trouble spots of many players. I show you when it is useful to deviate from Nash and which future game factors influence our callings. Playing against short open min raises around the 10BB is another part of this course. In addition, you will find out when it is appropriate + to omit EV calls or to enter -EV calls.

Course 5: Bubble and Advanced ICM Concepts

The bubble as a bigstack, midstack and shortstack. We will go through all tricky scenarios together and your bubble play will improve enormously. The collusion probability is not enough to take into account the top 3 of the most common mistakes. What is the collusion probability, the enormous impact the collusion probability on the bubble has on our ranks, and why we have to consider them 4 handed. In this context, we will also devote ourselves to the subject of Future EV.

Course 6: Heads-Up (2 videos)

You want to polish your heads-up game? Then this is the right course for you. We will discuss all the important aspects of the In Position Play. When should we complete, when to push directly or rather to mince? How do we adapt optimally to our opponents and which stats are important? Besides, I will give you of course also out of position strategies at the hand. In the second part, we will review complete heads-ups in which I also take a closer look at the dynamics. We will of course discuss many interesting post flop spots.

Course 7: Technical equipment (1 video)

Most of them underestimate the influence of various technical tools on the Winrate. With the aid of a clear system of notes and an optimal HUD, enormous edges can be extracted. I will give you valuable tips on which stats are important and how to design your HUDs and Notes. In addition, I will show you how to interpret different stats correctly and what mistakes most players are doing.

Feature Starter Package Crusher Package
Basics
Preflop
Postflop
Resteals
Push and Fold
Advanced Concepts Some All
Heads Up
Technical Tools
Price 89 $
Start Winning
219 $
Get Crushing