“llidek” has done what many BPC students dream of – reaching the six-figure club. This player from Poland earned €100,000 in profits in two years, three months, and 25 days as a student – quite an impressive accomplishment. He has now completed the NLHU Soldier Coaching program and looking to share his knowledge with others. How did…Read More CASE STUDY: ilidek Rockets to Program Completion
We have all been there. We make a great hand and play it well, only to lose to a stronger hand. This is the dreaded poker cooler. A poker cooler refers to a situation in which a strong hand, played correctly, loses to an even stronger holding. Your gut may tell you to pass but you…Read More Top 7 Sickest Poker Coolers in the Biggest Games
Rylan completed our NLHU Soldier Coaching program and earned €60,000 in profits in 7 months and 17 days as our student. His graph: He then went away and finish a second program, CFP PLO HU and earned another €60,000 in profits as our student. You can read his poker story in his blog here Also…Read More Rylan – Coaching for Profits Heads Up and PLO HU (2 x 60K) Finisher Interview
It’s a simple fact – Danel has been crushing it since joining BPC. A graduate of the NL 6-max Crusher Coaching program, this poker star earned €60,000 in profits in exactly one year, one month, and six days. That’s pretty impressive after just his first year as a student, and plenty more was to come including…Read More CASE STUDY: Danel Dominates on Way to Program Completion
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1. Arrive early You’ve heard this 1,000 times, but with your hectic schedule, when was the last time you actually arrived to a meeting early? Here’s a tip: Schedule yourself a 15-minute meeting immediately before sprint planning to see if that gets you to sprint planning with plenty of time to handle any hiccups. During…Read More 7 Tips for a Successful Sprint Planning
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Sprint planning is typically an industrious, productive process. Teams refine the backlog, set a target velocity, select user stories for the upcoming sprint, estimate effort and define tasks. Done correctly, teams leave planning with clear sprint goals and a clean sprint plan. Feels good, right? Despite all this planning, developers often leave planning without tasks…Read More Should Your Team Claim Tasks in Sprint Planning?
Have you ever actually bitten off more than you can chew? It’s not a pleasant feeling. And neither is an overloaded backlog. Like a juicy steak, a healthy sprint backlog is best when it’s consumed in bite-sized portions, or user stories. (And, if you’ve got a gaggle of oversized stories, your best course of action…Read More Tips for Breaking Down User Stories
Much like modern smartphones, some user stories are just too big for their own good – and the good of your development team. In fact, many teams limit the maximum size for user stories pulled into a sprint. Anything too big gets broken down into smaller pieces or put on hold. Scrum teams have a…Read More The Value of Limiting Maximum Effort on Stories