Today James “SplitSuit” Sweeney wants to talk to you about studying poker, and more specifically, sharing his study routine with you.
Studying Poker is especially useful if you don’t already do, but if you do have a study routine, maybe you can take bits and pieces of this and make improvements on yours.
The thing that we have to keep in mind is that we’re not going to become the best poker player in the world overnight, or in a week, or even in a month. It’s going to take long periods of time. Even just becoming the best poker player you can be is going to take a long period of time, but if we can break this up into week-long sprints and we can say, “Okay, this week I’m going to try this leak, the next week another, the next week another,” if we can do that and keep improving our game and decreasing our poker leaks, we’re going to become better players over time.
The way that James set this up is through a week-long time box. With that said, let’s talk about the way that that week should be breaking down.
So where should you begin? Watch the video below and good luck studying poker!