Below you will find some great resources for those looking for some more information.
Poker training resources
Our favourite paid poker training resources for learning poker quickly can be found here.
Looking for entertainment and education at the same time? You should definitely check out SplitSuit’s poker quizzes. Challenge yourself and learn something about your game!
PokerNerve is an excellent resource for learning how to beat MTT’s (multitable tournaments). Their MTT Poker Course will teach you how to crush soft tournaments games, even if you are a beginner. Their latest bounty course also is perfect for those want to improve their progressive knockout tournament game. They also have free articles such as their PIOSolver GTO which you will find useful.
Regarding forums, TwoPlusTwo poker forum has always been my favourite. Check it out as there is lots of good information and helpful posters. You can find me post under the user gamma001.
Poker blog posts
Check out our poker books page which goes through the most recent poker books available as rated by amazon reviews: https://howtoplaypokerinfo.com/best-poker-books/
We list over 40 Texas holdem tips which is sure to improve your game here: https://howtoplaypokerinfo.com/texas-holdem-tips/
The first piece of software that I recommend that you get is a poker HUD (heads up display). This allows you to keep track and display your opponents stats and understand how they play. DriveHUD or Holdem Manager are the pokers HUD that I recommend:
Next free poker software equilab allows you to calculate your equity in a pot super quickly. This is very helpful for poker players of all skill.
Play your best poker and learn at the same time by Warming up before session with PokerWarmUp.com. A good warmup will give you a huge advantage over your opponent so check out PokerWarmUp for some awesome routines and habits to get you started.
If you’re trying to improve your poker game (as we all should be!) you can go no further than Smart Study Poker Podcast. Sky is a great teacher and his podcast is well worth the listen if your a beginner or experienced player.