This week Jim Reid and the panel interview Poker Power instructor Sarah Stefan who shares some stories about her role as an instructor, how the organization has grown over the years, some common learning opportunities for recreational players, and what it means to be a good member of a friend’s “rail” when they are going deep in a tournament!
Sarah is active on Twitter as @sarahkstefan
Find out more about PokerPower at www.pokerpower.com
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|Welcome & Introduction
|Introduction to Sarah Stefan
|Sarah describes her role in the poker world
|Sarah talks about how Poker Power started
|Approach to teaching online vs. live poker
|What do the teaching curriculum and poker games have in common?
|Why women prefer playing online more than live
|Sarah’s experience in the WSOP main event
|How Sarah progressed her own game enough to instruct others
|Key things that poker teaches outside the game
|John: Home Game Result updates
|Rob: Book Study updates