Chasing Poker Greatness releases live cash poker course

May 5, 2023
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Poker players can develop their skills through the mobile-friendly Live Cash Preflop Bootcamp.

Chasing Poker Greatness (CPG) has released Live Cash Preflop Bootcamp, the group’s first live cash poker course. The company up to now has focused primarily on online poker but has expanded its educational reach by offering players access to a live cash games curriculum.

Live Cash Preflop Bootcamp features learning modules that allow players to gain knowledge and develop winning strategies against poker opponents of all levels.

The company described the specifics of the online course by saying: “With live poker continuing to grow post-pandemic, helped in large part by the explosion of poker livestreams and poker vloggers, Chasing Poker Greatness has armed its students with highly advanced – yet still accessible – preflop knowledge and strategy optimized to crush the competition in live cash poker games.

“Whether it’s in a casino or a home game, Live Cash Preflop Bootcamp offers preflop ranges to form a solid foundation for virtually every hand in every configuration that a student could play.”

Poker players can access the course for a one-time $499 fee. Course materials include 88 preflop ranges, 16 video lessons, 15 knowledge-retention quizzes, PDF study documents that can be access on tablets and mobile devices, 67 mobile-friendly flash card decks and access to a private community channel.

Players can also work with a personal coach online through the course’s Poker Power Hour, which is available every four weeks via a 60-minute Zoom call.

CPG is an online poker website that specializes in offering poker player education content. The site provides poker fans with private coaching, online poker courses and podcasts.


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