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Tournament Poker Edge University

Tournament Poker Edge, the premiere online MTT training site, will be launching the newest addition of their training regime; Tournament Poker Edge University. TPE U offers a step by step structure and curriculum that allows you to progress at your own pace and easily set goals that will have you crushing MTTs in no time. Each course consists of training videos, forums posts, articles and podcast episodes to serve as your go to guide to taking in all of the content that Tournament Poker Edge has to offer. TPE U will help you track what you have watched and even […]

Read the rest » Ivey Poker purchases Leggo Poker

For the past few months Phil Ivey’s poker training site IveyPoker.com has been signing pros left right and center. The world, and most notably Norman Chad, has been wondering, so where are the training videos. Well Ivey Poker took one step closer in providing a full fledged poker training program by acquiring Leggo Poker. After signing Aeron “aejones” Jones the backbone of LeggoPoker earlier this month, the industry knew something was brewing. By purchasing Leggo, they have now also added Pros such as Andrew Lichtenberger, Dan Smith, Frank Calo, Ben Sulsky , Tony Dunst, and many more. There is still […]

Read the rest » Poker Training with William Hill Poker School

The venerable bookmaker, William Hill, has a poker site that is on par with the very best. Not only does the site offer a wide range of poker games, which can be accessed with the William Hill poker download, it also offers a brilliant poker school. This is a free interactive poker tutorial that takes you through the ABC’s of the game and beyond. The first step to becoming a more professional poker player is to tune into William Hill Poker School TV. This feature is a series of crystal-clear lessons for how to play the game. You don’t have […]

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CardRunners Coach “Eric Rodawig” Wins WSOP Bracelet

CardRunners has still been running strong since Black Friday and they’ve recently updated members with lots of news that has been going on around the site. In the biggest news, CardRunners coach Eric “ChipsAhoya” Rodawig ended up winning a WSOP bracelet in Event #30, which was the $10,000 World Championships of 7 Card Stud 8 or Better. The event was packed with some of the biggest names in poker and the final table was stacked.

A few of the players that made the final table with Eric included Phil Hellmuth, David Benyamine, John Racener and Ted Forrest, which gives you an idea of the competition that Eric was up against. Hellmuth actually made it heads-up against Rodawig, but by the time the action went heads-up, Rodawig had a huge chip lead. Hellmuth made a small comeback, but it wasn’t that long before Rodawig ended up winning the tournament.

CardRunners Adds New Coach to Roster

Shane Stewart has just been added to the roster of coaches at CardRunners and his 1st video was just released. Stewart is a Canadian who actually grew up in a small city (Collingwood). He’s known as an online heads-up cash game specialist and he’s a great addition to the expansive list of coaches teaching members at CardRunners. You can read a full interview with Shane on the CardRunners site and not only will you learn more about the coach, but you’ll also pick up a few pointers that’ll help you improve your own game by taking the time to read through the interview.

CardRunners has still been running strong in the poker training industry and they continue to add new training videos to the members archive on a daily basis, which is incredible. Two coaches have now won a WSOP bracelet at CardRunners and it’s definitely the best poker training site if you want to learn everything about poker and not just one specialized area of the game of poker. You can sign-up for a free CardRunners account by completing certain requirements listed on their site or you can simply sign-up for an inexpensive membership.

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