Poker Coaching

Stuck at a limit that you just can’t break? Tearing your hair out as you struggle to move up to higher stakes isn’t what you signed up for. Neither is having to replace all the laptops you break when your A-game loses to suck-outs. Or maybe you’re sick of the climb and ready to get a lift towards the top of Mount Robusto.

Save time, money, and tilt with one-on-one guidance from someone who’s scaled this pitch. They know the way – what you need, and how they’d do it differently the second time around.

Meet The Deuces Cracked Team

Joe Tall

Joe Tall

Founder

Joe is a dad, husband, and a Founder of DeucesCracked. Joe specializes in Stud, Stud Hi/Low, Razz, Omaha Hi/Low and mental game coaching with hundreds of videos on DeucesCracked. Joe has developed a specific program for Holdem players to become successful in limit mix games and has taught some of todays top all around poker players. His coaching includes audio and video of the coaching lesson and runs over an hour per session. Packages of five hour and ten hour coaching sessions are available at a discount. "Joe helped me improve my game by going through my opponent's probable hand holdings and discussing the best plays." -Justin "Boosted J" Smith "Joe revamped my nl approach to stud into an approach that has been proven to win." -Ashton "theASHMAN" Griffin

Mike

Jay Rosenkrantz

Founder

My name is Jay Rosenkrantz, and I’m a former high stakes online poker pro, one of the founders of DeucesCracked, a film producer and writer. I’m a moderator of the high stakes No Limit strategy forum at TwoPlusTwo.com, was a cast member on the G4 poker television show 2 Months $2 Million, and am the co-creator of the animated pokercomedy series The Micros. I also produced BET RAISE FOLD: The Story of Online Poker, a feature documentary about the Internet poker boom of the 2000s. My friends call me Jay or KRANTZ.

Vanessa

Vanessa “fslexcduck” Selbst

Executive Producer

Vanessa (AKA fslexcduck) has been playing poker for over 10 years. She became serious about the game in 2004, starting out in online and live NLHE and PLO cash games. She can usually be found playing limits between 25-50 and 50-100, but will play up to 200-400 when the mood arises. From 2007-2008, she hopped onto the live tournament scene, winning a WSOP bracelet and amassing hundreds of thousands in earnings along the way. She took a hiatus to complete her first two years of Yale Law School, only playing events local to Connecticut. During that “hiatus” she managed to win an NAPT main event title and two World Poker Finals preliminary events, bringing her live tournament winnings to over $1.6 million. She is now back in full swing on the tournament scene.

Entity

Entity

Executive Producer

My introduction to poker was, like many here, born out of a mix of friendly competition and a ruthless desire to dominate everyone around me while participating in it. I was working as a computer geek at the University of Washington, and our new roommate introduced our entire household to the game -- a variant I had never seen before but quickly became enamored with: No Limit Hold'em. Between a hypertilty girlfriend, a budding statistician, a young-but-experienced-businessman/poker player hybrid, and myself, we had a great mix for shorthanded hold'em games. Usually a few other friends joined and we'd play hours and hours each week. I wasn't the best player at the table, but I wasn't the worst, and I liked all of the elements of the game: the math, the psychology, and, of course, the money. I was hooked.

Deathdonkey

Deathdonkey

Executive Producer

I started playing poker in college dorm games with friends in 2002. I immediately found Texas Hold'em fascinating and turned to the Internet for easy access to games and strategy advice. I began playing for play chips on Ultimate Bet, turned a freeroll into a bankroll for penny limit games, and never looked back. Early on in my poker career I found the 2+2 books and strategy forums where I have learned much of what I know about poker, and made lifelong friends.I often get bored of one poker game and learned to branch out so I could still have some fun while logging hands. I was lucky enough to learn 2-7 Triple Draw when it first was introduced on UB many years ago, and now consider it to be my best game. I also play Badugi and other draw games that aren't available online, and consider myself competent at most limit mixed games. I consider my regular game to be 30/60 Triple Draw or LHE online and 100/200 live, but have played as high as 400/800 LHE and mix.

Danzasmack

Danzasmack

Executive Producer

My earliest poker memories involved 7 card stud and a bag of M&M;'s (which we used for chips) on a family vacation in a hotel whose pool was clearly not enough to subdue the gambler in me. From underage trips to Atlantic City to 3 big MTT wins in one week, the earlier years of my poker career are a less-than-graceful waltz of missteps and suckouts that I'm convinced everyone has gone through. I found 2+2 the same summer KRANTZ and I found out we were the only people in town and watched that Gatti-Mayweather fight (as KRANTZ showed me the finer points of stacking Party regulars). At the optimistic age of 23 I thank that site for what it did to me, and am convinced I won't be looking back any time soon. I'm currently a "mid-limit regular" when somebody isn't nagging me to do something else. I do love me some heads-up limit and balance it pretty well with play anywhere from 3 to 10 handed. Do I plan on playing the biggest game some day? Sure. But more than that, I strive to understand the game of poker on a higher level--something I work to accomplish each and every day.