Welcome to The Advanced Training Program

The Texas Holdem Statistical Analysis Project
a complete strategy for limit texas holdem based on statistical advantage

The Complete Texas Holdem Strategy
A quick reference of the complete strategy for review

Strategy Quiz
Test youself with this strategy quiz to make sure you are ready

Practice Training Hands
These practice sessions will improve your ability quickly recognize hands and be able to know how to play each hand.

Texas Holdem Practice Game
In order to consistantly beat this texas holdem practice game, you must know the best starting hands, river hands and what drawing hands to play on the flop and turn.

This online training program teaches an advanced yet simplified strategy for limit (small stakes) Texas Holdem. The complete strategy from preflop to showdown is based on the statistical advantage and was developed by

The Texas Holdem Statistical Analysis Project
a complete strategy for limit texas holdem based on statistical advantage
by Brett A. Jauhola

Poker is a very complicated game. Besides statistical advantage, the math involved in playing poker also includes pot odds, the size of the pot compared to the advantage of your hand. If the pot is large, a hand with a slight advantage is worth betting. Then, there is a concept of implied pot odds. Implied pot odds takes into account of what other players usually play. To make matters worse, the percentage of advantage for the same hand changes with the number of players.

The Advanced Training Program will give you a good foundation, so that you will know what to play based on statistical advantage. Besides knowing the odds, seasoned poker players use other skills such as reading players, bluffing, using betting strategies that improve their advantage over other players. Knowing the statistical advantage and incorporating other winning strategies will greatly improve your game.

With the Advanced Training Program you will learn

What Preflop hands you should play and when.
What drawing hands you should play on the flop and turn.
What hands to play in a 'loose' or 'tight' game.
What hands to play in a short-handed or full-table game.
What 'made' or winning hands you should call or raise.
When to fold a good hand when scare cards are on the board.

After learning 'The Complete Strategy', the training begins with an over-all review quiz. Finally, to improve and maintain your poker skills the 'Practice Training Hands' are available online.

Practice Training Hands
These practice sessions will improve your ability quickly recognize hands and be able to know how to play each hand. With each hand, select the option to 'Raise', 'Call' and 'Fold'. As a tutorial, the correct answer and reason is displayed. The correct answers are recorded and at the end of the session a score will be displayed. The practice sessions are divided into 'Preflop Hands', 'Flop Hands', 'Turn Hands' and 'River Hands'. Therefore, you can practice hands on each stage of the game.