What is a Live Leakfinder?

A detailed report on one's strengths and weaknesses as a player and advice on how to plug the biggest leaks. The best way to get this information is by doing a live event where you're able to play on a table with RFID technology. What also works great is going to a casino and playing at the same table as a coach, and texting them what you had after each hand.

Luckily for us, seat 6 from our Greg Raymer event agreed to allow us to share his leakfinder, complete with every hand played analyzed, publicly so those interested in coaching, a live leakfinder, or participating in a future Greg Raymer-like commentary event know what you're signing up for.

Here is the link to the document and you can find the video below to the side so you can see what Jack, Greg, and I (Zach) were thinking when we analyzed Seat 6's play.

Why a Live Leakfinder?

As a student of the game, often your biggest leaks are the ones you're not aware of. When taking on new students, one of the first questions we ask are what are your biggest strengths and weaknesses as a player? Without exception, every new student has many major leaks that they were completely unaware of. Being able to observe you play in real time allows us to identify your key weaknesses from the outset, allowing you to improve your win rate as fast as possible.

Ideally, all new students would start off with a live leakfinder and do another one at least every 2-3 months for the first year of serious poker study to make sure there's no disconnect between understanding the new concepts presented and integrating them into your game.

Where?

These can be done not just at the Jack Casino in Cleveland or games in the New York City area, but also at card rooms within a reasonable driving distance like Detroit, Cincinnati, Atlantic City, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. If you live elsewhere but are still interested in a live leakfinder, contact us anyways. Both Zach and Jack travel across the country often.

What Does The Leakfinder Include?

Premium Package: $1499

  • Skype lesson on goals, strengths, and weaknesses
  • Pre-session in-person lesson
  • 4 hours of play at your regular game/stake
    • You will text your Just Hands Coach what you had after each hand played
      We will be constantly writing down in a google doc throughout the session our thoughts on each hand as well as general observations
  • Meal Break
    • Mid-sessions conversation about how you feel like you're playing
    • Recap of major mistakes made in hands
    • Plan of action for next session
  • Another 4 hours of play at your regular game/stake
  • Post-session conversation about how you feel like you played
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  • Custom Leakfinder document- for sample see below
    • For the premium package, all leakfinders are edited and looked at by both Just Hands coaches
  • Post-session lesson
    • Questions about the experience and document
    • Solidifying the plan of action for optimal improvement
  • Follow-up lesson one week later

Standard Package: $749

  • Pre-session in-person lesson on goals, strengths, and weaknesses
  • 4 hours of play at your regular game/stake
    • You will text your Just Hands Coach what you had after each hand played
      We will be constantly writing down in a google doc throughout the session our thoughts on each hand as well as general observations
  • Post-session conversation about how you feel like you played
  • Custom Leakfinder document- for sample see below
  • Post-session lesson
    • Questions about the experience and document
    • Solidifying the plan of action for optimal improvement

 

 

Sample Leakfinder from the Greg Raymer Event

As many of you know, everyone who played in the event paid to receive a leakfinder: a detailed report on one's strengths and weaknesses as a player and advice on how to plug the biggest leaks. Luckily for us, seat 6 agreed to allow us to share his leakfinder, complete with every hand played analyzed, publicly so those interested in coaching, a live leakfinder, or participating in a future Greg Raymer-like commentary event know what you're signing up for.

Here is the link to the document and you can find the video below so you can see what Jack, Greg, and I (Zach) were thinking when we analyzed Seat 6's play.