The conclusions of the mental poker coaching are revealed in this final Part 3 episode of the Jared Tendler Session.
If you missed it be sure to catch the previous editions of this series:
This video series is an exclusive insider look into a mental coaching session with well known instructor Jared Tendler, a licensed therapist. Tendler is best known for his work back at the now defunct Stox Poker (whose archive is at CardRunners.com), but fans of his (and for those of you in need of great mental coaching) you can now find him at DragTheBar.com.
This video series has Tendler working with our own Sean Gibson, who at the taping of this session had hit a serious wall in his poker career. He had lost confidence in his game and became unmotivated to play. Tendler worked his way through these issues in the previous editions of this series.
In this conclusion, Tendler gives Gibson some “mental homework” to take with him as he moves on and absorbs everything discussed during the session. One of the most important and fundamental concepts is brought to light, as Tendler explains that improving “when we are at our worst” is one of the most important skills that a poker player can possess.
If you want to learn more about Jared Tendler, feel free to visit his personal website at JaredTendlerPoker.com. He has listed more than a dozen testimonials on his site from players (and instructors) such as Dusty “Leatherass” Schmidt (Team PokerStars Pro Online and DragTheBar.com coach), Matt “mbolt1” Bolt (DragTheBar.com Instructor) and many others. His sessions with students can be conducted in person, or if you are not able to meet him face to face, sessions can be done via Skype.
PokerNewsDaily.com would like to thank Jared Tendler for his time during the WSOP when this was filmed and for allowing us to exclusively show insight into one of his coaching sessions.