So you think you know Texas Hold’em.
You read an opponent’s tell in a single glance. You calculate pot odds in nanoseconds. And you always know when to come over the top.
So how’d you lose to Grandma in Saturday’s game?
Maybe you’re not as good as you think you are — in which case you need the World Poker Tour’s two-day boot camp. With intensive labs, lectures, videos, and instruction by some of the game’s experts, including World Series winner Mike Sexton (who’s also a WPT announcer), two-time WPT champ Ron Rose, announcer Vincent Van Patten (a.k.a. King of the Hollywood Home Game), Alex “the Insider” Outhred, and others, it teaches all the cool, smarts, and skills of a pro in a weekend.
Yes, there will be PowerPoint presentations. And, yes, there will be math. Lots of it. But there will also be plenty of brilliance to glean, such as “You can’t control your luck, but you can control how you react to it.” (True in poker and in life!) At $1,495 per session, it’s not cheap. But consider the payoff.
Namely, the sweet revenge of winning ten times that off Grandma the following week.
World Poker Tour Boot Camp (866-WPT-BOOT or wptbootcamp.com). The next session starts March 12 at the Commerce Casino.