Pay $50 per hour to suck less at Super Street Fighter IV

Get Super Street Fighter IV training -- for a price

Justin Wong, Mike Ross, Martin "Marn" Phan and Ryan "Gootecks" Gutierrez are offering Super Street Fighter 4 lessons at $40 or $50 a pop via Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. They've got some pretty comprehensive lesson plans here.

Wong is the most expensive lessons at US$50 per hour on Xbox Live. He teaches tournament level characters Rugus, Abel, Balrog, and Makoto. Next up and also on Xbox Live are Ross at US$45 per hour with E. Honda, Ken, and Blanka and Phan at US$40 with Dudley, C. Viper, and Abel. Lastly and also on PlayStation Network as well as Xbox Live is Gutierrez at $40 per hour with Balrog, Guile, and Rose.

If you want to get in on the lessons, check out the posting here. In the meantime, let us regale you with the following exchange between GamePro editors Dave Rudden and Tae Kim:

Dave: I'm half-tempted to take a lesson and then destroy Will and Sui in Super Street Fighter IV with Dan.

Tae: Gonna take more than one lesson, Dave.

AJ: /Plays a rimshot

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