Friday, 23 April 2010
The Bluff Europe Poker / BlackBeltPoker Academy returns to The Victoria Casino in London on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th and the schedule is more full than a Japanese commuter train.
Joining regular instructors Neil Channing, Nik Persaud and Alex Rousso will be none other than Annette Obrestad. The former WSOPE Main Event winner will be offering some great advice on analysing flop texture as well as recreating her famous tournament win when she didn't look at her cards. Other topics on the curriculum include variance and bankroll management, calculating equity, exploiting other players as well as all the usual hand analysis, interactive exercises and one to one tuition.Participants will also get the opportunity a trip to this year's World Series including a $1,500 buy in, including $1,000 for flights and accommodation.The full schedule is as follows:Day 1 11am Alex Rousso Why variance and poor bankroll management kills your game 12pm exercise Live hand analysis with the pros12.45pm 15 minute break 1pm Annette Obrestad Analysing flop textures: to c-bet or not to c-bet? 1.45pm exercise Live hand analysis with the pros 2.30pm All Intensive sessions/break with sandwiches: groups of 3-4 with each pro 4.30pm Kevin Williams G Bucks: how you should really calculate equity 5.15pm Annette Obrestad Annette recreates her famous tourny win - with her cards covered! 5.45pm All Live hand analysis with the pros 6.30pm Dinner break - free buffet 7.30pm Freeroll for attendees with $1000s in prizes, inc. one WSOP package Day 2 11am Neil Channing How to play the internet pros at the live game 12pm All Live hand analysis with the pros 12.45pm 15 minute break 1pm Nik Persaud Exploitation v exploitability 1.45pm Live hand analysis with the pros 2.30pm VideoGuess the hand 3pm Lunch break with sandwiches 4pm All Watch the pros play an SNG and discuss their play 5.30pm Alex Rousso Visualising range equity calculations 6.15pm All Live hand analysis with the pros 7pm Sessions recap and feedback Tickets for the two-day event are £600 (which includes entry into the WSOP tournament are are available from http://www.bluffeurope.com/pokeracademy/
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