• The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others. Mahatma Gandhi

Learn to Play Poker



It entertains, always modern and very useful in life.

Poker will teach you on a gut level many of the key skills of decision-making, from distinguishing good opportunities from bad ones, to the best strategies for playing out those opportunities. Texas Hold ‘Em, in particular, balances luck with skill, strategy with tactics, mathematics with psychology, and internal discipline with social dynamics.

Poker teaches you to know when to give up, when to ride it out and when to double-down or go all-in. Understanding the dynamics of the fold-call-raise decision is critical when deciding the future of a project, employee or business.

Poker teaches you that not all well-made decisions result in successful outcomes, nor do all successes stem from good decisions.

In poker, you learn when to play a hand and when not to play. Your instinct, and its cauldron of psychological biases, may be convincing you to take the long-shot. But when you learn to sit and think it through, you’ll see that it’s far better to say no and miss an opportunity at a win, then to say yes too often and lose all your chips through attrition.

You have to learn this game!


Success stories

Claire Hall

Dec 19 at 12:03 pm
My dad taught me how to play

Shelly Whitaker

Nov 12 at 13:16 pm
Learned to play 5 card draw

Miranda Sappington

Nov 27 at 21:19 pm
Poker Dealer for tournaments at Hard Rock

Sandra v. d. Linde

Jun 12 at 04:27 am

Sami Harrison

Mar 28 at 02:32 am
I've been able to play for years.

Marnelle Janse van Rensburg

Mar 24 at 05:22 am
always played poker and black jack on our farm:) during school holidays:)

Erin Domingo

Mar 21 at 08:43 am

Alina Masotti

Jan 08 at 16:16 pm
My dad taught me.