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Stoxpoker - Professional Poker TrainingStoxpoker has always been one of my absolute favorite resources for improving your poker game. Learning through videos works amazingly well, and the guys at Stoxpoker are top notch. So I was honored when they asked me to join their team. Mainly I’ll be keeping a blog there and, something that’s new for me, making some videos.

My first project will be to create videos that reinforce limit and no-limit fundamentals. It’s one thing to read a series like 7 Easy Steps To No-Limit Hold’em Success and understand the ideas. It’s another thing to see those principles in action in real hands played by professionals. Articles do well at presenting ideas in an easy-to-understand way. But videos are great at providing the context for using those ideas. I think the two formats complement each other terrifically, and I plan to harness that symbiosis by presenting some of the concepts I talk about here on Noted Poker Authority in video form.

I recommend a Stoxpoker subscription highly to all my readers. It’ll probably be a couple of weeks before my first videos appear (I have to figure out to make the darn things first), but Stoxpoker already has dozens and dozens of other videos to watch in the meantime, so if you sign up now, you’ll have plenty of material to watch while you wait. I hope to see all of you there.

(Also, you can check out my blog posts at Stoxpoker.)

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13 Responses to “Ed Joins Stoxpoker”

Wouter
@ Wed Oct 31, 2007 11:23:32 AM
1

what are the consequentions for this site?

Todd
@ Wed Oct 31, 2007 11:59:36 AM
2

Oh Doctor, back online. As I recall, you don’t have much tolerance for the online game. I seem to recall something along the lines of an hour before your eyes start to bleed.

I’m looking forward to your videos. What limits are you planning on playing?

utility73
@ Wed Oct 31, 2007 12:19:09 PM
3

didn’t you join cardrunners instead? ;-)

utility73
@ Wed Oct 31, 2007 12:21:20 PM
4

forgot the “why” in front ;-)

anyway still good decision on your part. stoxpoker is a great resource. bad luck for me, that i only have a cardrunners subscription at the moment.

5

[...] an excerpt from Ed’s post on Noted Poker Authority: Stoxpoker has always been one of my absolute favorite resources for improving your poker game. [...]

Wouter
@ Wed Oct 31, 2007 01:12:40 PM
6

time to signup at stox,

I hope this site still remains

VegasSocrates
@ Wed Oct 31, 2007 01:22:29 PM
7

‘…and the world is safe.

For now…’

SelfMade
@ Wed Oct 31, 2007 02:04:34 PM
8

Two blogs for you Ed? Will NPA suffer?

Ed Miller
@ Wed Oct 31, 2007 02:37:06 PM
9

NPA definitely won’t suffer. I will crosspost any strategy stuff I write anywhere else (e.g., Card Player or Stoxpoker) over here. And some of the Stoxpoker blog posts will be crossposts of stuff I’ve posted here in the archives.

Basically, my total output won’t decrease at all.. I may just post some stuff in multiple places now, and everything significant I write about strategy will get posted here.

Pawel
@ Wed Oct 31, 2007 07:10:00 PM
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Yes! Yes! Yes! So a goldfish must have read my post on the forum where I mentioned you could make some videos for Stox, after he reviewed PNL1! :-) Yes! Yes! Yes! :-)

Ed Miller
@ Thu Nov 01, 2007 03:09:52 PM
11

For some reason the spam filter ate a lot of the comments on this thread.. but I resurrected them. My plan for my first videos at least is to go through PokerTracker and find hands that illustrate concepts, some that I’ve covered already here on NPA. So I might do a video about squeezing, and find hands where a squeeze was or wasn’t attempted and talk about the reasons for making one play or the other.

Mike Hammer
@ Thu Nov 01, 2007 07:28:32 PM
12

Stoxpoker is a tremendous site.

I improved my poker game so much by reading SSHE and Matt Hilger’s book, but watching the videos and seeing the concepts actually applied by top players is helping take my game to the next level.

I started by watching Stox play FR LH, they were great for understanding how to play at the low limits.

I also love the classroom videos, especially the ones by Bryce, they are very educational and clearly explained.

With Ed joining the team it’s like Christmas has come early! I’d love to see Ed playing some Limit (even though he’s a NL lover these days), that would be amazing to watch.

Joe
@ Fri Nov 16, 2007 01:08:54 AM
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Ed, I noticed that Stox is prominently displayed on 2+@. Could you let us know if 2+2 derives any revenue or benefit from its relationship with Stox?

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