Considerable evidence shows that repeated trials and more elaborate analytic training help little to mitigate problematic subject performance in dynamic decision making. The paper uses a cognitive processing theory to account for poor learning. Consistent with recent reviews of intuition in decision making, the theory suggests that there are two classes of cognitive processing called high and low roads to learning respectively. The theory calls for massive decision training instead of analytic training for short and medium length training programs. An experiment with 25 professionals randomly assigned to high and low road training programs cannot disconfirm the theory.