Rating. Spielergewinne. Eröffner. Game. Späten Anmeldung endet. Name. Structure. Flags. Rake. State. Players. Spielerklassen. Durchschn. Fähigkeit. Garantie. GGPoker unter seinem echten Namen und nutzte bei Full Tilt Poker hinter seinem Landsmann Benjamin „bencb“ Rolle den zweiten. Auch wenn es kein wirkliches Geheimnis ist, hält sich Benjamin "bencb" Rolle bedeckt, was seinen realen Namen und seine Identität betrifft.
Benjamin RolleRating. Spielergewinne. Eröffner. Game. Späten Anmeldung endet. Name. Structure. Flags. Rake. State. Players. Spielerklassen. Durchschn. Fähigkeit. Garantie. "Er ist natürlich der beste Turnierspieler der Welt" – Bencb über Fedor Holz Gegen Makita “Fish” Badziakouski riverte er ein Full House, gegen Igor Name. E-Mail Adresse (wird nicht angezeigt). Kommentare. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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Great job Ben. I will consider to join in the MTT program, when there is a coach like you there!
Awesome job and so Inspiring! Keep it up! Well done Ben! Congrats Ben! Truly an inspiration to see such results. The aforementioned just goes to show what perseverance, hard work, dedication and consistency can achieve!
I got to know Ben as my 6 max hyper coach and immediately was stunned and excited of his clear way of explaining things and making it look so simpel.
He is demanding of his students and he should be for the time he and his team invest in coaching us. I also made the switch to MTT recently and once again I am impressed by the quality of the course.
Ben combines tve best with the best … A true poker mastermind who is able and capable to word and explain things like the best teachers would.
I feel blessed for this opportunity to be formed and coached by him. My future looks bright thanks to him and his team!
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Amazing results as always! Well done, Ben. All of my students were very happy after my coaching sessions.
All of them assured me that it was the best choice they made hiring me as their coach. And that means a lot to me. And working together with ambitious poker players makes for a lot of fun.
Becoming better every day is my goal. Keeping focus and staying motivated on bad days is my goal. But losing because of playing unfocused or playing unmotivated is what makes me mad at the end of the day.
I think setting specific money goals is not a good idea at all. But that may vary from person to person. Some people need a certain goal to keep focused and motivated.
After I had my first coaching sessions, I realized how much fun it is. It means so much to me to work together with ambitious player and to see their progress after every coaching session.
Gordon coached me 3 or 4 years ago. I wanted to improve my Cash Game and my post-flop skills. And we kept in touch since then. One day we agreed with each other to work together.
We both realized that we have similar approaches towards life and work ethics. From the very beginning, Gordon was also a very trustful person, which is very important to me to partner up with someone.
Students can expect the best mentoring they will ever get. I really enjoy coaching. So I will take care of every single student.
I will only work together with ambitious poker players who have the will to put a lot of effort to becoming a great poker player. If you want to crush the highest stakes, I am your man.
But you have to do your homework. And I can show you how. Compared to Cash Games, you can climb up the stakes way faster. I have to admit, that SNG is also a format that I enjoyed alot.
Might consider taking a shot back to SNG, more aggressive games provide more fun imo. You must be logged in to post a comment.
Members Area. Hi, Ben. Can you first introduce yourself to our community and tell us a bit more about your poker background?
What limits do you play? And can you share a bit more of your success as a player and a coach?