Texas Holdem Poker - Learn the Game and Strategies on Winning Texas Holdem
In this one-time course, students will understand the rules, gameplay, vocabulary and a basic strategy to win Texas Holdem
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Texas Holdem - Rules and strategies Vocabulary - understand what other players are talking about Gameplay - Understand all of the steps to play Holdem and the use of chips, cards, card guards, etc.... Strategy - "I understand how to play, now how do I win?", understanding why to bet and why your opponent is betting (or not betting) This will be an interactive class. Please come prepared to participate (Chatting is okay if you do not want to speak). You will also receive a handout to help...
Students will come away from the class with an understanding of the rules, how gameplay flows, the vocabulary necessary to understand the game, and a basic strategy to be successful in a Holdem game.
I have successfully played in single table and tournament Texas Holdem for 35+ years. I have had much success in cash games and tournaments with the largest tournament win had a field of over 18,000 players. I teach mathematics and hold a Masters's degree in Special Education. I will use my teaching skills and love of the game to communicate how to learn and improve poker skills. This will include math and use of social skills.
A handout that explains the ranking of poker hands will be supplied prior to the class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The class will be very interactive with frequent verbal check-ins If students are shy they can use the chatbox to respond, there will be no stress added to their day.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Edward WagnerLet's learn and have some fun!
4 total reviews
15 completed classes
I teach math, technology, social skills, games and have covered almost every other subject. I have a M.Ed Special Education I believe in gaining students' trust so they are comfortable making mistakes because we have to make some mistakes in the...