Improve Your Play at Full Tilt

by | Published: Monday, March 14th, 2011

If you are a poker beginner, then probably aren’t yet familiar with the number of training sites out there. One of the best choices for the new amateur player is the Full Tilt Poker Academy.

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Free to Full Tilt Poker players (though with some restrictions until you have earned enough reward points), the Full Tilt Poker Academy offers videos and challenges to help new players improve their skills in a variety of games and subject areas. Most of the videos are focused on Texas Hold’em and specifically no limit, but there are also plenty of videos on Omaha and the draw games offered at Full Tilt.

One of the best things about the Full Tilt Poker Academy is its focus on subjects that are important to a poker education without being an active part of the game. For instance, several videos and challenges are dedicated to bankroll management and discipline. Most beginners would prefer to ignore this, but it is probably the most important lesson a starting poker player should learn if they want any long-term success.

The lessons are all presented by Team Full Tilt pro players, so you know you are getting tip top advice. Some of the teachers include Chris Ferguson, Mike Matusow, Andy Bloch, Tom Dwan, Phil Gordon and many more. Are they giving away their greatest secrets? No, but they are offering a good base for a patient beginner to get the skills they need to become a winning poker player!

If you would like to learn from the Full Tilt Poker Academy, then sign up now for an account at Full Tilt Poker Full Tilt Poker and make a deposit! This will give you access to dozens of instructional videos and challenge you to improve your skills every step of the way.

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