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Two New Players Join the WSOP Academy

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Looking for ways to improve your poker game but you've read every book on the shelf at Borders? Maybe you're like me and you fall asleep every time you pick up a book! Practice makes perfect, but sometimes we hit the wall and it seems that our poker playing skills decrease instead of increase. We need something different. Wouldn't it be great if you could learn from the top pro's and not lose all of your money in the process? Here's the solution. Take a class at the WSOP Academy.

The World Series of Poker Academy employees the brightest, most successful and most handsome players in the field of poker. Yes, I need to get out more. Most recently they added Paul Wasicka and Brad Booth to the already impressive ranks. From Jeff Goldenberg of Post Oak Productions, "Both are extremely intelligent players with their own aggressive and successful styles, and they will bring a wealth of knowledge to our Academies".

Paul and Brad join a prestigious line of players already teaching at the WSOP Academy such as Phil Hellmuth, Greg Raymer, Mark Seif, Howard Lederer, Joe Hachem and Annie Duke. They bring a young and fresh outlook to the group and I would pay good money to acquire even a tenth of the knowledge they possess.

Most recently Paul Wasicka took 9th in the $5,000 World Championship Heads-Up No Limit Holdem Challenge this summer at the World Series of Poker and he has a long list of impressive cashes under his belt. Many of you might recognize Brad Booth from his success on the Poker After Dark series. Both players have proven that they are extremely skilled in the poker field and they are ready to share their knowledge and experience with us.

WSOP Academy classes range from 2 - 3 days in length, feature in depth seminars, live demonstrations, and will even integrate past WSOP footage and key hands to illustrate points. Attendees will play in a private NLHE Tournament with the pros and will have a chance to win an entry to the WSOP Main Event!!

The next seminar will be a special H.O.R.S.E. Edition and will take place in Las Vegas November 2 - 4th. Looking for an early Christmas gift for that loved one or for you? Treat that special someone to the NLHE Seminar taking place in Atlantic City on the 1st and 2nd of December. They will even have a special Ladies Only Seminar in January to get the ladies primed and ready for this year's WSOP! I think I know what to ask Santa for this year.

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