Posts Tagged ‘tournament’

Robert ‘airedale05′ Brown

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Airedale05 has been studying multi-table tournament play seriously for four years, and had significant success right away, ranked in the top 99.91% of online tournament players in 2007, just the second year after he began to play online. Robert charges$50 per hour, and teaches multi-table no-limit holdem tournament strategy. For lessons via Skype, Airedale05 on Skype or
Airedale052000 at yahoo.com via email to learn more or schedule a lesson time.

Chetna ‘Rex55′ Joshi

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Chetna Joshi plays as Rex5578 on PokerStars, writes a widely read blog at rex55.blogspot.com, and recently joined PokerXFactor as an instructor. Rex is a highly regarded tournament player, ranking as high as 15th on Full Tilt Poker and boasting over $700,000 in tournament winnings online. She was interviewed in Cardplayer Magazine recently after finishing 2nd in an FToPS Omaha 8 event. Chetna offers poker coaching via Skype, chat, or phone for $150 per hour and you can contact her at rex5578@hotmail.com.

Mark Scellato (MScell)

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Mark Scellato is an instructor with PokerXFactor, and has been a full time online tournament pro for two years. A focus on a solid tournament game that works at any buy-in level has allowed him to help over 50 students to tournament success, and earned him a reputation as a fine poker coach. Mark charges $125 per hour for coaching via Skype or telephone, and you can contact him at mscell@optonline.net. Take a look at Mark’s $360,000 in tournament cashes on PokerStars -HERE-.

Bob Ciaffone (The Coach)

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The original poker coach, Bob Ciaffone was doing it before it was cool and still coaches as well as anyone. Author of a number of well respected books on the game, “The Coach” has helped students to win over three million dollars including a second place finish in the Main Event of the World Series of Poker and his expertise is not surprising since he has been playing poker for 50 years. Bob can teach every game that you need to learn, and at $100 an hour his lessons are reasonably priced for a man with such an impressive resume’. Lessons can be done via email and over the phone, and Skype is a possibility as well. Contact Bob at thecoach@chartermi.net for more information or to book a lesson time.

Jennifear

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Jennifear’s impressive sit-and-go tournament stats ,and her positive reviews from students, make her one of the best low and middle buy-in tournament coaches around. She carges $299 for a four hour session, all done over MSN chat and using Gotomeeting which allows her to watch your screen and/or allow you to watch her screen. Jennifear can teach sit-and-go tournaments from 6 to 180 players as well as low buy-in multi-table tournaments. She has also written for Blind Straddle and Poker Pro magazines and is a frequent contributor to Pocket Fives. You can contact Jennifear at goodtime46@aol.com and learn more about her coaching at Jennifear.com

Bill Seymour

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68 year old Bill Seymour has been a poker coach for many years and a professional poker since the 70′s. Andy Bloch and John Little are counted among his many students from all over the world, and he can teach all aspects of many different games. Bill’s resume’ includes major tournament wins in Hold’em, Omaha, and Stud though he prefers mentoring to the grind of day to professional poker these days. Bill charges $200 per hour and teaches via Skype, telephone and live in Las Vegas. You can find out more about Bill’s coaching at Pokercoaching.com.

Ben ‘gamb64′ Hayles

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Ben Hayles is the king of low-limit tournaments, both single and multi-table and accepts students in both disciplines. Ben offers a free 30 minute consultation and charges only $50 per hour, a steal for the quality coaching that Ben offers. If you are playing micro or low-limit tournaments, Ben is probably your guy until you move up to the higher buy-in levels. Ben offers coaching in German or English via Skype or by email, and as a former teacher he knows how to help his students learn quickly and efficiently. Check his TopShark Stats or look up gamb64 on PokerStars on Sharkscope to see an impressive results graph. Contact Ben and benssun2@hotmail.com to schedule a free consultation.

Eric ‘Rizen’ Lynch

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Eric ‘Rizen’ Lynch is a premier live tournament player with over one million dollars in live tournament winnings, including three WSoP final tables and over three million in online tournaments. Eric is a strong cash game player as well, and coaches no-limit Hold’em cash games online. He is also a coach for PokerXFactor and writes a column every month in Bluff magazine. Available via Skype, chat or phone, you can contact Eric at rizenpoker@gmail.com for rates and times or learn more about him at rizenpoker.com. Rizen is one our most recommended players for poker coaching services both online and live.

Tommy Angelo

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Tommy is widely seen as one the world’s top poker coaches and he is the author of Elements of Poker as well as a regular columnist for Bluff Magazine. After playing professionally for fifteen years, Tommy can teach any game at any stakes and his list of clients that incudes Phil Galfond, Jay Rosenkrantz, David Benefield, and other top players. He charges around $3,000 per day in either Las Vegas or Palo Alto California, but the depth of education you receive in that day is second to none, and we believe it is well worth the investment. You can contact Tommy and read about his coaching program in detail at TommyAngelo.com