Chance Kornuth, the founder of Chip Leader Coaching and a two-time WSOP bracelet winner, has a unique tip for getting better at poker that requires knowing how to properly speak the language with other players. He shares why refining your mental game is so important, what it’s like to get cheated on the felt, and breaks down some of his favorite strategies. Tune in to hear about the Chip Leader Coaching program – and listen as Chance reveals his top tip for reading live tells.
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Time Stamped Show Notes:
00:00 – 22:00 – What Chance has been up to these past few months, information about the Chip Leader Coaching program, PLO vs no-limit, and how he met his wife.
22:00 – 46:30 – On his struggle to balance family and work, his decision-making ability and how it would impact streaming, what he does to study, and how Chip Leader Coaching got started.
46:30 – 01:04:30 – On his own learning and growth, what he thinks about online poker, what he’s excited for in the future, the series he’s planning on playing, and his workout challenge.
01:04:30 – 01:23:00 - On his superpower, his success, his prediction for poker in the U.S., how frequently he plays and where, and getting better through proper communication.
01:23:00 – 01:51:00 – His thoughts on sociopaths in poker, getting cheated, how he overcomes a loss, solvers, his favorite stops, how he learned, and his best tip for reading live tells.
01:51:00 – 02:18:00 – What inspires Chance, the importance of refining your mental game, some strategies he deploys in tournaments, his favorite hand, and how the program works.
3 Key Points
You need to know how to properly speak poker to get better.
Know yourself and if your decision-making abilities are hindered.
Read live tells better by establishing your opponent’s baseline.
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