Deuces Cracked online poker training and strategy reviewed

 

Deuces Cracked overview

Deuces Cracked is a huge, great value online poker video site. At the time of writing there are a whopping 1300+ videos available covering every kind of buy in and poker game you can think of.
The monthly subscription is a steal given how much training material there is.  Videos are just one side of the site though. You also get access to one of the better online poker forums on the net, and the ability to make your own blog to brag/whine about your poker learning.

New videos are being added regularly which make an ongoing subscription great value. As all poker stakes are represented, as you start to move up the stakes there will always be a good amount of videos suitable for you. 
An additional benefit is their videos carry no DRM (Digital Rights Management), this means you can download the videos and watch on other systems, offline, etc. 

The Deuces Cracked forum is one of the best player communities online, and is a great place to discuss poker strategy, bounce ideas off each other and post hand histories for people to comment and feedback on.

Deuces Cracked cost and free trial

One of the things I love about DC is there's no sign up fees at all. You can choose from the following options

1) Monthly - $29 per month
2) Six-month - $147.90
3) Yearly - $278.40 

So, the longer you buy a subscription for, the better the value you get. Now at any of those prices, frankly it's a total steal and they compare really favourably against some of the other, more expensive poker training sites. It's offering especially good value for medium-high stakes players who will easily recoup the subscription fee from their improvement in play from learning from the videos. And at $29 a month it's affordable for even the micro stakes beginner.

You can pay with Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, PayPal and Skrill (Moneybookers).

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