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Old Mar 09, 2009, 7:11pm   #1
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March 9, 2009 (InfoPowa News) -- Full Tilt Poker.com is to improve its players' chances of success through coaching by top poker pros following the opening of the site's new Full Tilt Poker Academy.

The teachers roster for the virtual classroom reads like a who's who of land and online poker, including Chris Ferguson, Phil Ivey, Howard Lederer, Jennifer Harman, Erick Lindgren, Erik Seidel, Andy Bloch, Phil Gordon, John Juanda, Mike Matusow, Gus Hansen, Allen Cunningham and Patrik Antonius.

Collectively, these aces have won 35 World Series of Poker bracelets, 12 World Poker Tour titles and more than $82-million in tournament winnings.

"I'm excited to share my insights and experiences with the Full Tilt Poker community, and to watch all of my fellow pros' videos and learn from them as well," says Lederer. "With this extraordinary line-up of teachers, the best poker education in the world is at Full Tilt Poker Academy."

The Academy boasts an expansive catalogue of engaging video features, and fresh content will be added to the site's library regularly.

In 'Lessons', pros break down specific topics and the strategies attached to them, drawing upon personal experience as well as visual hand examples from televised poker competitions. Users can watch Lederer analyze the objectives behind Sit & Go bubble play, Ferguson share his pre-flop betting strategies, and Lindgren reveal his keys to victory at a tournament final table.

Along with the Lessons come 'Challenges', where users improve their game and earn rewards by utilizing the pros' advice in real-money situations. For example, if players can follow Cunningham's tips for medium-stack play and finish in the top five of a tournament with 90 or more competitors, they'll receive Academy Credits that can be put toward prizes or tournament entries.

Also accompanying each Lesson is an 'Interactive Sit-n-Learn', a quiz featuring video hints from the pros. Here players compete against other Academy members for a spot on the Leaderboard and the right to play in Academy-only freerolls on Full Tilt Poker.

In 'Sessions', pros talk the player through their thought processes as they play real tournaments or cash games on Full Tilt Poker. It's an opportunity to go inside the heads of the best players in the world like never before, and videos currently available on the site include Bloch playing $1/$2 HORSE, Paul Wasicka playing $2/$4 heads-up No-Limit Hold 'em, and Ferguson competing in a $25,000 buy-in tournament.

In 'Pro Podcasts', the Academy pros focus on individual hands in short-form videos that are available for easy download. New podcasts will be made available to Academy members on a daily basis.

"The Full Tilt philosophy has always been built around the idea of breaking down the barriers between the so-called 'star' pros and the rest of the poker community," Phil Gordon explains. "Full Tilt Poker Academy continues that tradition, and is the ultimate in combining education with entertainment for poker players of all skill levels."

The Full Tilt Poker Academy experience can be personalized based on an individual's preferences. Full Tilt Poker Academy is available in 19 different languages, including English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, German, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Polish, Czech, Russian, Turkish, Hungarian, and Japanese.
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Old Mar 09, 2009, 7:20pm   #2
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Ob man sich dann als würdiger Acadamy Absolvent auch auch ein Avatar für FT bekommen kann wie bei Intellipoker für Stars?
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Old Mar 09, 2009, 9:10pm   #3
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Die Affen würden besser jedem RB geben.

Hochkarätiges Feld. Mike M. macht dann Videos über stilvollen trash talk und Gus macht ne dreiteilige Serie "wie vernichte ich eine BR in 4 Minuten."

Wer hier fehlt ist die australische Erdbeere für SSS Videos. Wie ich gelesen habe, hat er in den letzten 4 Wochen alleine für 2 Mio den ratholer gemacht.
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Old Mar 10, 2009, 9:23am   #4
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Das einzige positive an den Ding ist, dass man über die sogenannten "Challenges" Punkte erspielen kann, welche man in einem eigenen Academy Shop tauschen kann. Unter anderem scheinen Tokens und Boni dabei zu sein.

Edit: Hab die Challenges mal schnell überflogen. Läuft so, dass man die Sachen im Spiel umsetzen muss. Teilweise kann das natürlich die Winrate drücken wenn man bestimmte Situationen heraufbeschwören möchte. Ansonsten hat man das meiste eh im Repertoire oder baut das eben mal für ein bis zwei Sessions ein. Ob sich das ganze lohnt hängt natürlcih davon ab wieviele Challenge Punkte für die Shopsachen nötig sind und ob das einlösen im Shop den MGR drückt.

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Old Mar 10, 2009, 12:50pm   #5
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Ich hasse die ganzen aus dem Boden spriessende Training-Sites... Und ganz besonders, wenn sie mit Pokerräumen zusammenarbeiten.

Ok, bei Full Tilt ist eh Hopfen und Malz verloren... Aber wehe irgendeine grosse Ongame-Site fängt mit dem Scheiss an.
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Old Mar 10, 2009, 3:53pm   #6
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och solange alle Gus Style imitieren wollen hab ich da nix gegen, eher im Gegenteil ok er wird es wohl hinbekommen NL50/NL100 winningplayer zu sein, aber ich sehe trotzdem eine Flut von Maniacs auf mich zuschwimmen


ansonsten gibts das doch schon fast wie sand am meer, k.a. ob das groß irgendwelche auswirkungen auf die Games (direkt bei Fulltilt) haben kann, ich bin da gerade auf NL50 mit der Table Selekion ganz zufrieden, also ich muss nicht in einer Session 100 Tische aufmachen um 2-3 Fische zu finden wie bei Stars, das klappt von alleine(wie überall sonst auch, außer halt Stars und Ipoker), aber ob das jetzt an IntelliPoker liegt wage ich mal zu bezweifeln (wobei ich garnicht weiß wie groß der training anteil bei Intelli ist?) ich schau da nur sehr unregelmäßig mal in die Blogs rein, k.a. wie da was im Forum so abgeht, und ob es groß traininscontent außer dem Basic Quizzes gibt? aber klar muss nicht überall so sein, man muss dem Fisch auch die möglichkeit lassen dumm zu bleiben, wenns an jeder Ecke wissen "umsonst" gibt, schnappt er evt. doch mal was auf und macht sich seine Gedanken.....
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Also ich sehe in den ganzen neuen skineigenen Trainings-Seiten kein Problem. Die Spieler die das Potenzial zum Winning Player haben werden sich zum großen Teil eh weiterbilden. Auf der anderen Seite stehen aber viele "ewige Fische" die sich durch diese Seiten zum nächsten Phil Ivey oder Durrrr berufen fühlen und ihre Roll gleichmäßig an den Tischen verteilen. Und die ganzen SSS´ler hat uns ja schon PS beschert.
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Keinen eigenen extra Thread wert, deshalb mal hierein: Phil Galfonds Coaching Seite "Bluefire Poker" wird offizieller Partner von PKR und Abos wirds gegen Points auch über deren Shop zu erwerben sein.


March 12, 2009 (InfoPowa News) -- Phil Galfond's new online poker training venture Bluefire Poker and the U.K. 3D Internet poker site PKR.com have agreed to collaborate for the benefit of the latter's players.

PKR.com will act as Bluefire Poker's exclusive partner across Europe, with Bluefire pros providing regular and original strategy content for both the PKR.com website and PKR TV. PKR's 2.5 million players will also be able to purchase Bluefire Poker subscriptions using loyalty points in the PKR Shop.

Started in January 2009 by WSOP-bracelet winner and respected poker pro Galfond and entrepreneur Billy Murphy, Bluefire Poker has grown rapidly and is expected to become the top training resource on the Web due to a catalogue of high-quality material and a thriving community.

Simon Prodger, PKR.com Marketing Director, said, "We're delighted that PKR.com will be Bluefire's exclusive European partner as we fully expect them to become the most interesting and important web-based poker training service available."

Bluefire Poker founder Billy Murphy added: "Our relationship with PKR is exciting in that it enables us to be involved with another company that is dedicated to their customers, and looks to exceed their expectations, which is a rare quality in our industry.

"Bluefire Poker was created to drastically speed up the learning curve for players at all levels, by providing the highest quality training resource on the Net. If someone wants to learn how to make a little side income, our pros will show them how. If someone is motivated to make a substantial amount of money from poker, our team will help them do that too. We're a personal training program for poker players."
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Old May 27, 2009, 4:53pm   #9
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Der Shop hat dann endlich auch mal geöffnet. Ein Academy Point ist ein FT Point Wert, lohnt sich also vor allem für Low Stakes Spieler. Einkäufe werden nicht vom MGR abgezogen.
Gibt vor allem jede Menge Bücher. Jetzt brauchts nur auch genug Challenges um die Punkte zu erspielen.
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Old May 28, 2009, 12:23am   #10
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Ihr müsst euch unbedingt mal die FTP Coachingvideos ansehen. Die sind so schlecht unglaublich.
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