Poker pro David Williams has been signed on as a lead instructor for the online poker instructional site Real Poker Training. He will provide online poker training videos each month, blog about his poker experiences, and be available to answer questions in the site’s forums.
Williams brings a resume that boasts of close to $6 million in tournament poker winnings to Real Poker Training. His first significant accomplishment was at the 2004 World Series of Poker main event, where he placed second and won $3.5 million. He won his first bracelet at the 2006 WSOP in the seven-card stud event, and has numerous other wins and finishes on his record of less than four years.
“David’s proven track record, coupled with his desire to teach as part of the Real Poker Training team, make this an exciting and mutually beneficial relationship,” said Ryan Fisler, founder of Real Poker Training.
The site was launched in February of 2005 and now has over 185 hours of training videos available to members. The videos allow players to watch and listen as the pro players play online – as it happens. Other instructors at Real Poker Training include online pros Bodog Ari, Todd Arnold, Chad Batista, longtime player and writer David Eisenstein, and founder Ryan Fisler. Williams brings a new perspective to the team with his many live poker successes and ever-improving skills online that he gained through his sponsorship with Bodog.
Williams commented, “I am really looking forward to being a part of the Real Poker Training team. They were the originators of online poker training, and I’m excited to teach on the site that started it all.”
The first training video made by Williams covers a no-limit hold’em tournament and is already available for download at RealPokerTraining.com.