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Pot Limit Omaha University Is Closing Its Doors Forever

We are making some big changes to the way we teach Pot Limit Omaha at Upswing Poker.

These changes are a result of the first PLO solver software hitting the market (more on that in a minute).

What’s happening to PLO University?

When the clock strikes midnight on October 9th, PLO University will be closing its doors to new members – forever!

The good news is we’ve slashed the price by $300 for the final week of enrollment. Plus, we’ve added over 7 hours of fresh content.

Taught by PLO crusher Fernando ‘Jnandez’ Habegger, PLO University is the most comprehensive guide to Omaha around and includes:

  • 50+ videos of original course content
  • Opening and cold calling ranges for every position
  • Access to PLO University members-only Facebook group where Upswing coaches Fernando, Doug and Ryan answer your strategy questions and post exclusive videos.

For the final week of enrollment, we have added:

  • 2.5 hours of fresh course content, including more Play & Explains and strategic insights from MonkerSolver
  • 4.5 hours of webinars going over solutions with MonkerSolver
  • Updated pre-flop ranges based on solver findings

In addition to these features, members that join PLO University during this sale period will get free access to the PLO Software Tutorial course (worth $499). This includes video content from Fernando covering effective usage of HUDs, PokerJuice and Odds Oracle.

If you need some more info before making a decision, check out this walkthrough of PLO University.

So, why isn’t PLO University taking in new members after October 9th?

Introducing the PLO Lab

Onto the next big announcement: we are opening the PLO Lab on October 23rd – an entirely new, subscription-based library much like the Upswing Lab.

This isn’t to say the content in PLO University is outdated (it isn’t). It will instill proper fundamentals that every serious PLO player should understand.

Solvers are helping JNandez quickly make new discoveries about Pot Limit Omaha strategy. A subscription-based course that’s updated monthly with fresh content will allow us to keep you up-to-date with these new discoveries.

The PLO Lab will provide members with advanced, cutting-edge strategies influenced by this solver revolution. Programs like MonkerSolver are extremely complex and demanding, with users purchasing physical server space to optimize their results – and that’s just the beginning. The solutions that a solver offers are useless if you don’t know how to interpret and implement them into your PLO game.

In comes JNandez and his team of PLO pros, bringing the know-how to find and understand the solutions provided by these solvers – getting the answers so you don’t have to.

The PLO Lab will cost $199 for the first month and $99 per month thereafter.

All members of PLO University — including those that join during this last chance sale — will get their first month of the PLO Lab for $1 (yes, one dollar). This $1 offer is valid during the first week the PLO Lab is for sale.

If you want to learn PLO from one of the sharpest minds in the game today, you can join PLO University here or below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When will the PLO University become unavailable to the public? A: The PLO University course will cease to exist on Monday, October 9th. Until then, it is ON SALE for $699. It includes 6-to-8 hours of NEW content recently added by Fernando Habegger. – Q: Why should I purchase the PLO University if new Upswing PLO material is going to be released later this month? A: The PLO University is a COMPLETE COURSE that has been refined by Fernando through many months of effort, drawing from years of experience playing the game profitably. Up until this point, it has represented the cutting edge in Pot Limit Omaha instruction, and will serve as a valuable supplemental tool to the PLO Lab (which will feature ALL NEW content NOT contained within the PLO University). Once October 9th arrives, the PLO University will no longer be available for purchase. – Q: What are the specifics on the upcoming Upswing PLO Lab? A: The Upswing Poker PLO Lab will launch on Monday, October 23rd. The sign-up fee will be $200, with a $100 monthly rebuild charge for those who participate. Our PLO University customers will automatically have their initial sign-up fee to the PLO Lab reduced from $200 to one dollar. – Q: I am currently in the PLO University private Facebook group. What happens when PLO University ceases to exist? A: The PLO Lab will be integrated into the current PLO University Facebook group. If you are already a member of the PLO University (or purchase the discounted course before October 9th), your sign-up fee for the PLO Lab will only be $1. – Q: Fernando routinely references Monker Solver for PLO when communicating to the public. Do I need to purchase Monker Solver separately to obtain value from the upcoming PLO Lab? A: No, you do not. Pot Limit Omaha players will be able to gain full value from the PLO Lab without purchasing Monker separately because Fernando will incorporate and relay how solver software applies to for-profit PLO play directly within the PLO Lab. – Q: A $200 sign-up charge (only $1 for those who have purchased the PLO University), along with a $100 recurring monthly fee is more than I would traditionally pay — or am accustomed to paying — for premium poker training. How do you justify this expense? A: The PLO Lab will represent the cutting edge of Pot Limit Omaha training as it relates to for-profit, real money poker instruction. The coursework managed by PLO expert Fernando Habegger — along with access to the private Facebook group — will provide immense value to those who are looking to improve their skills and turn a profit playing one of the softest real money poker formats currently available both live and online.

David Huber (known online as 'dhubermex') has been involved in the poker industry since he began playing low stakes games in 2004. His current duties with Upswing Poker revolve around creative web content development, consulting, and research of publicly-available information. David is a former Editor-in-Chief and Head Moderator of online poker tournament rankings site PocketFives.com (2006-2011).

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