What Is “The Four Steps To Beating Anyone At Poker”?
The Four Steps to Beating Anyone at Poker is an interactive workbook that compiles the best of what I’ve learned in 10+ years of being a high stakes professional all into one place.
Because poker is not an abstract concept but a very tangible game, I combined all the strategic elements I learned on the felt together with the most effective practical exercises that will get you to improve your game right away!
The Workbook Includes
150+ pages of densely packed content, filled with the blueprint I used to crush the biggest games in Macau for years.
6 Advanced Section Inserts with theoretical knowledge that most professionals don’t even know about!
20+ Assignment Tables featuring practical exercises and poker challenges designed to get you to take action immediately and implement what you learned.
A step by step 5 week plan to guide you through the workbook.
A Glossary with definitions and in depth explanations of key terms, along with examples of hand reviews to illustrate them.
A Community of aspiring players just like yourself, to whom you can access through the workbook forum and share stories, ask for feedback and help each other grow.
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Who Is “The Four Steps To Beating Anyone At Poker” For?
Players who are ready to take that leap of faith and test their skills on the professional circuit.
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All those who want to hone their skills, test their limits and see just how good they can truly become.
The players who already have the bankroll and skills, but want to sharpen their game to become unbeatable.
Find the A's to your Q's in this comprehensive FAQ guide!
Once you purchase The 4 Steps To Beating Anyone at Poker you will get immediate access to the course via the online platform Kajabi Next.
You’ll receive your unique username and password that will allow to access the book and its worksheets (both in a PDF format) as well as joing the community of users that already joined the course. You will be required to do a mixture of reading, exercises and playing poker at your regular game to implement the strategies you’ve learnt thus far.
Yes. When you purchase the book, you get access to a platform called Kajabi Next where lots of aspiring poker pros like you, who are studying the material of the book, can share their progress.
In the forum you can post questions, share your struggles as well as your success and learn from the experience of others.
5 weeks is the recommended time frame to get the best value out of The 4 Steps to Beating Anyone at Poker. You can glimpse through the book quickly or complete it over the course of a year, however 5 weeks is the general guideline based on the results achieved by the students who successfully completed the program so far.
Other factors that will affect how much time you’ll need for The 4 Steps to Beating Anyone at Poker are:
- How experienced you are in poker
- How often you get to play poker and implement the strategies learned in the workbook
- How much time you spend on each exercise
- Whether or not you participate in the comments and conversations in the The 4 Steps to Beating Anyone at Poker community forum (again, recommended, but optional)
- Whether or not you choose to complete The 4 Steps to Beating Anyone at Poker in the 5 week timeframe or complete the workbook at your own pace, in your own time.
If you choose to go through the program in the recommended 5 week span and fully participate in every aspect of the workbook (exercises, comments, conversations in the community, as well as playing poker), a very rough time estimate would be 5-10 hours per week.
This is not a “get rich quick” program. The course mirrors the reality of a poker game: it’s intense, time consuming, demanding and deeply rewarding.
This is a self-guided coaching program that can be enhanced by participating in the group forum.
While Alec is very active in the forum and each week he selects specific comments for further discussion, we cannot guarantee personal feedback from Alec for each student.
The 4 Steps to Beating Anyone at Poker is not for everybody. The workbook assumes that one already has a complete understanding of the rules as well as a good sense of strategy when sitting at the table.
Ideal students for this workbook are:
- Cash players who are beating AT LEAST $100 No Limit online or $2/5 No Limit live
- Tournament players who are strategically comfortable playing AT LEAST $100 tournaments online and/or $300 live tournaments
- Aspiring professionals who are ready to take the game more seriously
- Players who want to move up in stakes
- Players who are frustrated because they feel like their game has plateaued and they have been at the same level for too long
- Players who struggles with hand reading, making correct decisions and would benefit from an easy-to-follow process that helps them make the correct decision every time
- Players who are facing a downswing, want to have the tools to turn it around now, and are committed to putting in the effort to do so.
The game of poker is a marathon, not a sprint. Using the principles taught in The 4 Steps To Beating Anyone at Poker I truly believe one can become as good a player as they wish to be.
However achieving your desired results takes take time and dedication. Be aware that once you learn the tools, the outcome depends on the work and dedication you put into your game. Finishing the workbook is not the end of your training; it’s the beginning of a new phase on your poker journey
Here are some of the improvements you can expect to achieve after completing the program:
- Expert hand reading ability
- Feeling comfortable putting your opponent on a specific hand range
- More confidence in your decision making process
- Ready to challenge more difficult opponents
- A stronger table presence
- Equipped to make adjustments in real time to the players around you
- The ability to use your image to exploit your opponents
- An increased win rate
The Four Steps to Beating Anyone at Poker is unique in two key ways.
Interactivity and Practical Approach.
The workbook will guide you through a series of exercises which you will need to complete to get the most out of the book.
Whereas other programs simply bombard you with information, The Four Steps to Beating Anyone at Poker offers practical worksheets and exercises that help you implement everything you learned immediately into your game.
Most training programs overwhelm their students with hyper specific knowledge that lacks practicality and is hard to actually use, talking for 20 minutes during a video about how to play one specific hand, for example.
They’ll cover a unique situation that you may never face, and you’re left wondering: ‘Well, what if he does this instead?’ ‘What would I do if the cards were different?’
By mastering The Four Step Process you’ll have a foolproof blueprint to use that will work no matter what situation or opponent you face.
That all depends on you. If you’re looking for information on computing CREV hand ranges, a mathematical breakdown of advanced game theory or some hyper specific piece of information like the game theory optimal 4 betting frequency for heads up poker, then The Four Steps to Beating Anyone at Poker won’t be a good fit for you because we don’t cover those topics.
However, members of the program do include advanced students who are regularly playing $10/$20 No Limit (sometimes higher) and have moved up two limits or more in their regular games. They come from all over the world, from Singapore to Macau, from London to the United States.
These same advanced players who have mastered the Four Step Process have used it to increase their win rate and save money at the table, propelling them to new heights in their poker career.
While they were already competent players, they weren’t maximizing opportunities to exploit their opponents or plugging leaks in their game to earn more money at the table.
I cannot and do not guarantee these or any results in your poker game, but these are examples from some of our more advanced students.