There are no quick tutorials when learning to play the piano. I know that’s not the answer you wanted but there is a little bit more to learning the piano than learning to read music and recognising the notes on a piano.
There are things happening in the background that you won't be aware of such as training your memory to recognise musical patterns, chord symbols and musical symbols. Also something that is never mentioned when learning to play a keyboard instrument is the development of finger and hand muscles. These background developments happen as a direct result of practice and it can't be done overnight.
If you want to learn to play the piano then a piano teacher is always going to be the best option. Of course, I do realize that this is not going to be always possible for many people so the next option is a piano course. The best piano course by a mile is Learn and Master Piano because it uses DVD media to teach the student to play and on each DVD is a piano teacher guiding you through the process. This course is the closest you will ever come to having a real piano teacher, but for a fraction of the cost.