14 MAY 2012 (London, UK) – – Badbeat.com, the original and leading online poker staking and training business, is proud to release its new Tournament Report Card which grades players on all aspects of tournament play on Multi and Single table events on the free MyGame poker training system.
Tournament play is different to cash play and the launch of the new MyGame report card was eminent and reflects this. The most significant difference is that the blinds increase as a tournament progresses and this affects how a player should play. The impact of this in play is extremely important for a player to be aware of their position as a multiple of the blinds.
John Conroy, Managing Director of Badbeat.com explains, “Different strategies are required at different stages of the tournament and so we divided the scoring into five sections. Each of the sections can drill down to see complete detail of the player’s game, determine the areas they need to work on and point them at solutions to help them improve their game.”
In Tournaments, a score of Less than 50 means a player probably has serious leaks in their game; a score between 50 and 70 usually means they are a decent player with areas which need attention. A score of 70 and above means they have a very good understanding of poker!
Badbeat’s revolutionary MyGame online poker training program builds players’ poker skills from the ground up using a unique “Play and Fix” approach. It analyses actual game play, spots weaknesses and shows how to fix them.
Access to tutorials, the unique hands analysis tool, Report Cards, and social gaming features are all free after registering a new account with any of Badbeat’s partner poker sites including, GentingPoker, WPTPoker, Betfair, PokerStars, PartyPoker, PokerHeaven.
For more information contact:
Jessica Tomsett, Lyceum Media
About Badbeat.com (http://www.badbeat.com)
Founded in 2005, Badbeat.com is the original and leading online poker staking business. It is an organisation created to win at poker through the funding and comprehensive support of winning online players. Winning at poker is harder today than it was just a few years ago, and every Badbeat.com player has access to cutting-edge software tools, a structured development path with advanced learning aides coupled with the knowledge, expertise and support of a pool of world-class mentors and support staff. Badbeat.com’s MyGame is a free online poker training system based on its mentoring program.