Ed Miller uses PowerPoint to make his Red Chip Poker videos, and some members have requested the slides so they can print them and take notes more easily. So we’ve decided to make all of his slide shows available so that you can follow along if you’d like. Save them, print them, even share them socially if you’d like! They are in reverse-chronological order (newest first). All of the videos are available in our PRO video library. If you have any questions, or need any help, just let us know. Enjoy!
GTO vs Exploitative Poker Play
There is so much talk today and GTO poker, that Ed Miller had to step in and share him thoughts on GTO vs exploitative poker. His thoughts may surprise you, considering this is the same author who wrote “Poker’s 1%” (also available as a video course), but if you follow along with Ed it all starts to make more sense.
Bet Sizing Tells
Miller explores the world of tells through bet sizes, and the goldmine of information behind the sizes that players choose. Learn which sizes are triggers for Miller to auto-raise, and which require more respect.
Practical Blind Play
The blinds suck. You pay them often, they leave you OOP, and they can be tricky to play. Miller breaks down how to improve your game from the blinds and promotes being a pain in the ass to your opponents.
6.5 MORE Hours Of $2-$5 At The WSOP
After the great success of the 1st video, Miller follows it up with another session of $2/$5. This time things go against him, but it makes for an excellent session review all the same.
6.5 Hours Of $2-$5 At The WSOP
Follow Ed through a session of $2/$5 as he goes through a large number of hands, dissecting each in excellent detail. Ever wonder what a professional’s session looks like? Well wonder no-more!
How To Use Your Opponents’ Aggression Against Them
Many players know they need to be aggressive, but they are aggressive in similar and predictable ways. Learn how they are predictable but more notably how to exploit them yourself. By handling their aggression with your own counter-strategies you can find yourself in more profitable situations much more often.
Everyone Is Terrible At Poker
Though a controversial title, the general sentiment is correct. Miller takes an interesting look into the poker ecosystem and explores the players that make up the poker tables at various levels. He explains that virtually nobody in the game is that good – almost no players, except for the very top fraction of a percent, are “expert level.” Learn how “group-think” and other common tendencies creep up and limit a player’s progression.
All the parent videos from these slides are available in our PRO Video Archive. If you’re not quite ready for that level of membership, how about something for a single red chip?