A one-on-one poker experience.

The Program

Andrew coaches in 90 minute sessions. Each session consists of two section: Content Gathering and Theory Discussion. During the Content Gathering phase, Andrew will explore the way you think about poker (either a live sweat, video review, or hand history review). Then, in the Theory Discussion section, you will discover your leaks, fix the errors in your thinking, and learn to apply abstract concepts. Poker coaching isn’t about learning what to do– it’s about learning how to think.

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“When i started to work with Andrew I played 100nl and within 10 months I had climbed up the stakes to 1000nl”. If you are serious and want to improve your poker game I really recommend Andrew as a coach. He is a great teacher and can explain even the toughest hands and concepts in a very simple way.”

-Pontus Jaxgard

“The idea of getting a poker coach had always intrigued me, and I knew that it would be invaluable to my game. However, the idea of trying to find the right person was such a daunting task that I never pulled the trigger. When Jason Rosenkrantz said that he could set me up with a poker coach for a series on Deuces Cracked, I was thrilled, and he couldn’t have picked a better person than Andrew.

When he started coaching me, I was a small-stakes live player with zero ability to talk about hands and thought processes. He patiently took me through his coaching program while tailoring his lessons to strengthen my weaknesses. I very quickly saw a huge difference in my game and had too many “ah-ha” moments to count. After our first series of coaching, I won a heads up MiniFTOPS event for $32K. I’ve now moved up in stakes and am learning more every time I talk to him. He has a way of discussing high-level concepts in a very simple way. His temperament, outgoing personality, and talent as a player are a perfect combination for a poker coach.

So, what I’m trying to say is, for those who are looking for a new coach or are thinking about getting a coach for the first time, you should definitely pull the trigger.”

-Kristy Arnett