Friday, 29 October 2010
The Bluff Europe Poker Academy visits Bluff @ Mint Casino in South Kensington tomorrow for a special coaching clinic on how to use computers to improve your poker game.
Joining regular host Alex Rousso will be some very special guests, namely online legend Richard 'Chufty' Ashby, Black Belt Poker tutor Kevin Williams and Deuces Cracked instructor Tim Richards. As usual there will be a mixture of lectures and workshops with the pros guiding attendees on how to get the best out of video training sites, trackers and HUDs, table selection, odds and equity software and how to use player stats.The full schedule can be seen below.1.30pm Introductions and setting the agenda for the day1.45pm A brief “world tour” of Internet poker tools2.15pm Online workshop – pros demonstrate online play, Poker Tracker 3 and Hold Em Manager2.45pm How trackers/HUDs help review hands3.30pm Short break with sandwiches3.45pm Getting the best from video training4.15pm High stakes player Richard “Chufty” Ashby plays online in front of the class and explains his decision4.45pm Using online knowledge in live play5.15pm Short break5.30pm How poker forums and web resources can improve your game6pm Online or live workshop – student choice6.45pm General Q&A session based on the day 7.30pm Seminar ends8pm Freeroll tournament with the winner receiving a Poker Academy ticket worth £150.Players can put theory into practise in a special post Academy freeroll tournament. The winner will gain a ticket to a future Poker Academy with the runner up getting a six-month Deuces Cracked membership worth $148. All attendees will receive a free 1-month flash pass from Deuces Cracked worth $20. This Academy is a great way to get up to date with some of the latest technical developments in poker from some of the best tutors around, all for the bargain price of £150. For more information or to book tickets visit Bluff Europe Poker Academy. Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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