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They faced a long poker journey before joining us, a journey full of poker experiences that made them stronger, which taught them discipline and made them stronger than ever.
We are really proud to be able to offer you 6 world-class Spin & Go coaches and the unique chance to get under their wings.
Let’s find out more about each one of them and the superpowers they have. Enjoy!
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Sbala: I am not really motivated by earning money, I am motivated by exploring. I felt that I had to change some things in my poker routine so I decided to try the Spin & Go format. With this change, it was the first time I was calculating EV’s for different lines, for example comparing EV for Checkback, Iso and Isoshove with different cards, etc.
I like to learn well. For me, quality is over quantity. I know I could earn more by analyzing less and playing more, but as I said, I enjoy exploring. I think there are many different things one can do wrong in learning poker. Not focusing on the right thing, not following the logic of the GTO, not understanding how to exploit it well, forgetting strategies, having unstructured strategies, not having the optimal environment, etc. You can do many things wrong with learning. I think I am able to learn well because I realize bad processes and I pay attention to avoiding bad habits in learning.
Stefan: With no knowledge about shallow games, I struggled a little bit at the very beginning, but I was able to get the hang of it quickly and by the end of the year I was already playing €100 Spin & Go’s on Winamax. When they introduced €250’s at the beginning of 2018 I quickly established myself as a regular at these limits and I’m grinding there like crazy since then. I really enjoy constantly improving my game with the help of tools such as PioSolver or CREV and one of my main goals right now is to stay on the top and improve the game of my students as much as possible!
Melchiadees: In 2018 I decided to rebuild my knowledge about exploitative strategies because now we have many tools to play with finally so what was once the advanced math guys playground now it’s open for everyone. Since then I’m obsessed to find a max EV play versus recreationals because I believe that there are a lot more chips that can be won if we crush them properly. Currently, I am playing any kind of Heads-up SNG up to 200 but due to the low traffic on higher stakes my main field now is 50-100 with avg ROI of 4,5% and versus recreationals its above 6,5%. In 2020 I think it is crucial to not just have a decent strategy versus regulars but we also have to maximize our EV.
Yongerry1: I’ve been playing 6max hypers for 3 years when Spin&Go was introduced. That was the time when I did try it and when I saw how big potential it has. I immediately switched. That year was more of a quantity grind for me my main goal was achieving SNE since I could gear a great rakeback from that. The breakthrough was 2019 for me. I managed to get 5% EV ROI at 100$ spins. Nowadays I play mostly $500 and $1000 games with about 3% winrate. I believe that if you give enough time and effort to learn & improve, spins are still the best format to climb up the limits quickly and get a decent living from it. I always wanted to be the best whatever I started, this is my main motivation.