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This report will save you money in two ways. 1: You won't buy this useless E-Book, and 2: You won't lose your money at the tables on this hit or miss, faith based system, that doesn't work. I won't go as far as saying this is a blatant scam, because it's clear that Westin put some thought into this e-book. However, it does not work as advertised, and he offers no support whatsoever. I got the strong impression this is an abnadoned project. It doesnt' work, and Westin seems to have moved on, and has left the sales page up to collect the occasional $40.
If you want the basics, skip to the end. If you want detais, read on.
The system: First of all, the information given to you in this E-Book is extrememly vague, and undeveloped, not to mention purely speculative. The premise is bascially this: all online poker rooms have a regulator on winning percentages of every player, to prevent any one player from running hot, therefore, if youstay in the optimal range, you're almost guaranteed to win. If you've ever played a single poker game online ever, you know this is complete BS. But I went with it.
In a nutshell, the strategy is to only win a certain percentage of hands, and you will almost always win!! Yeah, not. This is the equivalent of saying "calculate pot odds, and you will always win!!" He also suggests that when it comes time to play the hand you've been folding for, that you should slow play, because you're pretty much guaranteed to win. I'll let you guess how well this works out.
After trying his system for a couple weeks, and trying to stay within his prescribed optimal win precentage, I noticed it is suspiciously reminiscent of another system I know called Tight Passive. In fact, that's exactly what it is. Wait for a good hand, play it soft, and hope it holds up. Which it did often, but no more often than odds would suggest, considering you are only playing good hands. And the times my hands did hold up, the only way to make money (using his system) is to hope you're playing against an impulsive bluffer, or a LAG who catches a small piece of the flop.
The overall results, are about what you'd expect from playing tight passive. Most of my hands made little money, and I would either play for hours on end in a cash game with little to no profit, or would blind off in tournaments, and I still got sucked out on plenty of times. The only profit/chance to progress in tournaments will be by collecting chips from players who are extrememly naive, and bluff off their whole stack to you when you're holding strong.
He claims in the E-book that you will deliver more suckouts and bad beats than ever! Not true. in fact, that's the worst part of this system. You have to just take it on faith that your speculative hands will suck out, and of course by the time you learn that they don't, you've donated a good portion of your stack to somebody you knew had strong holdings.
While keeping track of not only my own win precentage, but also those of my opponents, I noticed absolutely no correlation whatsoever to our ability to suck out, hold up, win, lose, etc. based on our win precentages. Not once did I ever have an "Aha!" moment, or think that the site was adjusting hands to favor those players in the 'optimal range.'
The support: After results which suggested, well nothing really, I emailed him for clarification/instruction, and to request the free coaching session he offers on the sales page. After almost a week I heard nothing, and wrote him another, somewhat disgruntled email, to which he did reply a couple days later, answering all my questions. Sounds good right? Nope. All the advice he gave me in the emai, was not only generic poker playing advise, but contradicted his ebook entirely. It's like I was talking to someone who hadn't even read the book.
For instance, he advised raising with strong hands, while the E-book repeatedly states that you should slow play to keep people in the pot. That's just one example, but I got the strong impression that he had little stock in his own e-book, and was administering damage control. He also ignored the free coaching session he offers on the sales page, and simply said he would coach me for $40 an hour.
That was the only email to which he responded. Over the course of a couple weeks I sent him two or 3 more emails asking for clarification, and/or to schedule the free coaching session. He didn't respond to a single one. I finally asked for a refund.
The Refund: Though his sales page guranantees an "Iron Clad Moneyback Guarantee", he obviously is not planning to make good on it. I've been emailing him for two weeks now in regards to the refund, and he is choosing to just ignore me. It's finally come to writing this report.
Summary: There may or may not be some tiny advatage to the system he's devised. Unfortunately, you won't notice it while playing, not even in the long run. This book is the equivalent of saying "wait for good hands, and then slow play them." Other than that, he just leaves you hanging. No free coaching session (as promised), no emails, no FAQ page, no Q&A, no clarification, no forum, no nothing.
I get the strong impression this whole thing is an abandoned project. He may have believed in it at one point, but it clearly doesn't work anymore, and he clearly has no intention of standing by it, or providing support to those who purchase this book.
Hope this dissuades any of you from wasting your money. Good luck at the tables.
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