These courses are designed to lay a technical and mathematical foundation for a fundamentally sound approach to no limit holdem poker.
NL coach and video maker
Ki Lee is a professional poker player in the Los Angeles area. He is now an active coach and content producer for CLP. Ki authored the Curriculum course "Fast Track Poker" where most beginners start on the site.
Comprehensive guide to preflop play
Overhaul of the preflop strategy to best combat the recent trends in NLHE. There has been extensive changes in 3 betting and other areas of the preflop game.
A 4-part series on basic poker math. Subjects explored include pot odds, ranges, combinations, blockers, and equity. Real-life hand examples are provided for actual application of the theory.
In-depth look at post-flop fundamentals. Some of the concepts explored include, relative hand strength, ranges, balance, board textures, position, and much more.
In depth look at Flop Play. Exploring playing the flop as the preflop raiser in single-raised pots, playing the flop in 3bet pots, playing the flop as the preflop caller.
Exploring advanced poker math to solidify our technical foundation. Discussion of implied odds, SPR, EV, and indifference. The module will conclude with an example of applying the mathematical concepts discussed here in real life.
Detailed analysis of playing the turn in different configurations, and discussion of how the turn play fits into the wholistic postlfop strategy.
Introduction to river play and how it fits into the overall strategy. Recognizing good spots for triple barreling, knowing when to give up, and playing the river as the pre flop caller.
In this module, Ki Lee will go over hand histories in detail from a technical perspective. They will be examples of how to put together everything we learned in this curriculum and applying them in real life.