Ever watch the World Series of Poker and wonder how the same people make the final table over and over? Join us as we host a class on dissecting the deep tournament poker strategies of the pros. This class is geared towards any poker player from beginner to advanced, and features an integrated curriculum which includes a live lecture and interactive gameplay.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Walk away with unique strategies to use in your next multi-table poker tournament to keep the winnings coming!
Mirza Nagji is an experienced tournament and cash game poker player, currently living in NYC. Since he started playing small stakes poker with friends when he moved to New York at the age of 22, he has excelled at the game and currently plays in the largest buy-in tournaments and big money cash games in the world. Although only an occasional player, Mirza has accumulated over $250,000 in tournament winnings over the past 5 years - his most recent result being the runner up at the 2010 Borgata Summer Open Championship event for a prize of over $100,000. He's played with some of the biggest names in the poker world and has proven himself as a profitable and knowledgeable player.
Michael Karnjanaprakorn is the founder of World Series of Good, which encourages poker players to donate a percentage of their winnings to charity. In 2010, the WSOG raised over $150K from top poker players such as Phil Ivey, Andy Bloch, Phil Gordon and Joe Sebok, which was also covered by ESPN. Michael has played poker for over 15 years and has been coached by professional poker players Annie Duke, Phil Gordon, and Rafe Furst. He is also a roschambo player and known to throw rock five times in a row to frustrate opponents.
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