Advanced Razz Poker with Dr. Razz – Expert Play


YourDoomPoker is happy to announce the premier Expert level Razz course on the planet.  If you're interested in learning Razz or fine tuning your game to the maximum possible level, this course is for you.  All purchases until the end of this year, also entitle you to one free hour of coaching from the author himself, Dr. Razz.  Dr. Razz has a ridiculously impressive resume, which includes having coached several big name players including Brian "sbrugby" Townsend.







Testimonials


"Dan’s Razz videos were instrumental to my learning the fundamentals of the game of Razz. No one has spent more time and effort into studying the game. Dan has always been a formidable opponent at the high-stakes Razz tables and while I embraced the challenge, my win-rate undoubtedly took a hit when I was joined by SGspecial (Dan's screen name) at the tables. If I were to give one recommendation to someone wanting to improve one’s Razz game, it would be to watch Dan’s videos. (I’m surprised at the bargain price offered for such a comprehensive Razz course.)
 
Although Razz poker is more complicated than meets the eye, because the hand rankings are simplified, fundamental concepts of poker are made very apparent in the game. Moreover, I was pleasantly surprised when applying many of the advanced poker concepts that I learned through Razz in other forms of poker. Razz poker lends itself very well to poker theory and serves as a great framework to learn important tools such as making decisions based on hand ranges and using game theory optimal play on the river. For those who enjoy other forms of poker I recommend learning Razz to pick up the subtle nuances of poker and elevate one’s game to the next level."
 
- Jay “JKwizzle” Kwon
2018 WSOP Event #50: $1,500 Razz Champion




“You will not find better razz content on the internet than Dan's street by street series [a previous series not sold on this site]. I spent an entire day watching this series, studying his charts, and quickly realized all the mistakes I was making and was able to plug a number of razz leaks I had. I play a lot of 7 and 8 game, and after watching this series as well as having a few hours of personal coaching with Dan where he answered a lot of one on one questions I had, I was able to go from razz being one of my biggest losing games, to razz being one of my biggest winning games.”  

- Andrew “andr3w321” Rennhack
2013 WSOP Carnivale Player of the Year



“I've worked with Dan professionally, formally, and informally for a few years, and I have not come across anyone who has put more study into the game of  razz. Dan has done a great job at breaking the game down, and has a very interactive/consultative coaching style that I think works very well. I would highly recommend Dan for anyone looking to pick up razz to play stand-alone or in a mixed game.”


- Eric “ChipsAhoya” Rodawig
CardRunners Pro, 2009 WSOP Razz final table, 2011 WSOP Stud/8 Champion



"Dan helped my razz game go from barely being able to read hands to being a winner in the biggest mix games.  I have no doubt Dan is a winner in most any 50/100 or 100/200 razz lineup."

- Brian “sbrugby” Townsend
High Stakes cash player, 2010 WSOP $10k HORSE itm (10th)



"Dr Razz gives great value for the money by working thoroughly, and with great attention to detail. He can review a whole session and pick out all of a player's leaks, and explain the game in a very understandable way. He was a massive part of my progress from a complete novice in razz to a 7th place finish in the WSOP Razz event in the space of a few months."

- Stuart Rutter
2010 WSOP razz final table, 2013 WSOP razz itm (16th)



Course Outline




Video 1: Intro to razz


Doctor Razz discusses his High Roller plan and how to rate starting hands including:


  • Factors to consider with starting hands
  • Power rating system
  • Example hands for calculating power ratings



Video 2: 3rd street play


Doctor Razz discusses different strategies and lines for 3rd street vs. TAG opponents including:


  • Ante stealing
  • Restealing
  • Defending your bring-in
  • Estimating pot equity
  • Getting value in multiway pots



Video 3: 3rd street example hands


Doctor Razz illustrates the 3rd street strategies with example hands from high roller cash games and tournament play




Video 4: 4th street play


Doctor Razz discusses different strategies and lines for 4th street vs. TAG opponents including:


  • Playing strong boards
  • Estimating pot equity
  • How often is a scare card is a pair card?
  • Playing mediocre boards
  • Dealing with a brick



Video 5: 4th street example hands


Doctor Razz illustrates the 4th street strategies with example hands from high roller cash games and tournament play




Video 6: 5th street play


Doctor Razz discusses some strategies and lines for 5th street vs. TAG opponents including:


  • Playing strong boards
  • Estimating pot equity
  • Playing mediocre boards
  • Repping strength with a split pair
  • When to chase with bricks



Video 7: Critical Pot Size


Doctor Razz discusses how to use the concept of Critical Pot Size to make call/fold decisions and when to call with:


  • A draw with one brick on board
  • A backdoor draw with two bricks on board
  • Mediocre made hands



Video 8: 5th street example hands


Doctor Razz illustrates the 5th street strategies with example hands from high roller cash games




Video 9: 6th street play


Doctor Razz discusses some strategies and lines for 6th street vs. TAG opponents including:


  • Playing strong boards
  • Estimating pot equity
  • Playing mediocre boards
  • Estimating your Critical Pot Size
  • Determining a Critical Pot Size when possibly drawing dead





Video 10: 6th street example hands


Doctor Razz illustrates the 6th street strategies with example hands from high roller cash games




Video 11: 7th street play


Doctor Razz discusses some strategies and lines for 7th street vs. TAG opponents including:


  • Playing strong boards
  • Playing mediocre boards
  • Bluff catching



Video 12: 7th street example hands


Doctor Razz illustrates the 7th street strategies with example hands from high roller cash games




Video 13: Adjustments for loose players


Doctor Razz discusses how to adjust your strategy and lines for:


  • Loose/Aggressive players (LAGs)
  • Loose/Passive players (LOOPs)
  • Includes example hands



Video 14: Adjustments for very loose players


Doctor Razz discusses how to adjust your strategy and lines for:


  • Loose/Action players
  • Maniacs
  • Includes example hands



Video 15: Other cash game adjustments


Doctor Razz discusses how to adjust your strategy and lines for:


  • Tight/Passive players
  • Shorthanded and HU play
  • Includes example hands



Video 16: Adjustments for Tournaments


Doctor Razz discusses how to adjust your strategy and lines for MTTs, including:


  • Strategy overview for razz and mixed-game MTTs
  • Early level plays
  • Middle level plays
  • Late level and bubble strategies
  • Final table play



Video 17: Tournament Quiz


Doctor Razz ties all his cash game and MTT strategy together with a 20 question quiz, made up of example hands from one of his final table finishes in a Full Tilt razzament.






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