Hello, Ryan Laplante here! Welcome to LearnProPoker.com’s 1st ever blog post!
We plan on using this as a means to keep you all updated as to what is going on at the site, what plans we have for content coming up, and our longer term goals. It will also have occasional articles about various aspects of the game.
I may also occasionally fill you all in on my own personal thoughts about everything going on with the site, my general grind, and anything else I believe to be interesting about poker or life.
I personally view LearnProPoker as a living and evolving project. I intend to add content to it monthly as I improve as a player, or, as mistakes are discovered, I will fix and update content. While currently we just have a few styles of video, there will be many more types added, as well as different kinds of content as well. My goal is to make as diverse and interesting of learning content as possible, and make each month you are a member a valuable and worthy experience for your time and money.
One of my main goals with LearnProPoker is to build a true community of players wanting to grow in the game. This is why we have a Discord group for members with channels dedicated to every aspect of the game. I will be interacting regularly on there and using it as a means to get input from users and to help out everyone with understanding content, finding other good content, and really building their games.
On July 31 we will be releasing the first batch of new videos to all members. If you are not yet a member, now is the perfect time to join to take advantage of the introductory $25/month promotional offer.
Our first release of content will be 4 videos:
For August we will launch a few more videos, being a mix of theory, handhistory videos that go with the theory, and will add our first ever Full HH Review video of a past tournament I have played.
We have very large plans for September! We will be launching the start of our PostFlop course, with 10+ videos on post flop play.
I am deeply grateful to everyone being a part of this learning process with me. Thank you for your time, and best of luck at the tables!