Kane Kalas’ New Short Deck Course Now Available on Upswing Poker

October 30, 2019 October 30, 2019 Kate Gonda
October 30, 2019 by Kate Gonda

kane kalasKane Kalas has officially launched his very own Short Deck course which is now available on upswingpoker.com. The high-stakes crusher has spent the last six months developing the comprehensive course which aims to help both beginners and experienced players alike to master the increasingly popular Texas Hold’em variant.

Kalas has worked with Twitch streamer Doug Polk to complete his new project which includes numerous chapters and specific sections that cover both pre-flop and post-flop strategy, slow-playing, overbetting, as well as calling, limping and bluffing.

There are a total of 57 videos that tackle heads-up strategy and ante reviews, alongside high stakes and hand reviews derived from one of the first tournaments to feature Short Deck — the massively popular Triton Poker. The reviews feature some of the best in the game, including Tom Dwan.

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The course comes with a $999 price tag for lifetime access, but Kalas is confident the long-term benefits you’ll get from learning the course will outweigh the cost. With tons of visual demonstrations, theories, and advice that can be applied to various structures and formats such as 6-max, 9-max, or heads-up, the new Short Deck package from Kalas is the only course you’ll need to master the new poker variant and improve your win rate.

Short Deck continues to gain interest especially among high-stakes players for its action-packed nature and huge value. Some of the world’s biggest poker tournaments have begun to feature the new variant. It also made its debut at the 2019 World Series of Poker this summer and was well received. Just this week, Australian poker pro Kahle Burns booked his second gold bracelet after taking down the €2,500 Short Deck event at the WSOPE which is currently underway at King’s Resort in Rozvadov.

More About Kane Kalas

Kane Kalas is popular for booking prop bets with the likes of Doyle Brunson and Shaun Deeb. He is best known though as the winner of the biggest-ever cash game pot worth $2 million, where he outclassed super high roller regular Jason Koon during the €1,000,000 Triton Cash Game which took place in Montenegro in 2018.

Kalas is a broadcaster and experienced poker pro specialising in No-Limit Hold’em and Short Deck. He began playing online poker during his college days and eventually moved to live poker. The poker pro from Pennsylvania currently has total live earnings of more than $1.5 million.

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Kate Gonda

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Kate is fairly new the whole poker industry, with a background in finance she enjoys playing online poker during her downtime. She will be providing a insight into the UK industry as well as happenings in the online world