We have a lot to offer you in November with eleven coaching sessions scheduled. Steffen Sontheimer is bringing you two cash game sessions, whilst Fedor Holz takes control of the free public coaching on Twitch/Youtube at 7 pm CET on November 24th. Matthias Eibinger is making up for a session he missed due to illness and community coaches Curtis Knight & Grzegorz 'MammothTheGr8' Kozieja take you through a variety of topics. That’s not even all we have planned as Manuel ‘Phemo’ has an in-depth session planned to end November in style.
We start the month on November 3rd as Coach Curtis hosts his regular quiz night, but this time on the concept of double barrelling. Following on from that is Steffen hosting his first session of the month on November 11th with community member ‘Geduldbitte’. Grzegorz takes over from there as he’s live on November 11th and 15th with the second part of his PKO: Final Tables series and a hand history review of multi-way situations.
The action comes thick and fast as the end of the month approaches, with Curtis hosting two sessions in a week and Fedor presenting a free public coaching session. Curtis takes a deep dive on November 17th with a topic that’s TBD and on November 23rd he’ll host a hand history review with a community member. Fedor hosts our FREE-to-access live public coaching session on November 24th, 6 pm CET.
Concluding the month are Steffen and Manuel, with Steffen leading the way. He will host a community choice coaching session on November 29th and you’ll be able to influence the topic by joining our Discord server and voting! To put November in the books is Manuel, as he’ll go live on November 30th with a topic that’s TBD.
Matthias was struck with illness halfway through October and unfortunately had to postpone his study session. Luckily he's back and healthy as he will host two study sessions in November to make up for the lost time. The first session takes place on November 5th where he focuses on ICM and how to sharpen your end game. In the second session, he is joined by community member Hannes Jeschka for a final table review of when he won the $5,000 Main Event at the Mediterranean Poker Party in Cyprus last month.
Curtis and Grzegorz always provide the community with invaluable coaching and November is no exception. Curtis’ quiz night has become a favorite within the Pokercode community and he’s prepared a session on double barrelling to begin the month on November 3rd. His next two sessions will come later in the month on November 17th and 24th, as he takes a deep dive into a topic that’s TBD before hosting a hand history review with a community member.
Whilst Curtis takes a break in the middle of the month, Grzegorz will take over with some intense sessions on PKO’s and multi-way situations. The second part of his PKO series will be live on November 11th, as he shows you how final table strategy changes in PKO format compared to regular tournaments. Four days later, on November 15th, he’ll be back with another in-depth session, and this time it’s a hand history review solely focused on multi-way pots.
Fedor is the host of our FREE-to-access live public coaching session on Twitch and YouTube. The two-time WSOP bracelet winner will be providing you with some great insights into a specific topic that is TBD. Make the most of this incredible offer by tuning into our Twitch or YouTube channel on November 24th.
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