Ivey League Adds Three Instructors

Date: 2015-05-29
Author: Jason Glatzer

Poker players around the world looking to improve their game should head to Ivey League.  The site features Phil Ivey and more than 30 other world-class instructors providing their insight on various topics to help you take your game to the next level.
Things got even better recently at Ivey League with the addition of three new instructors: Daniel "TribunCaesar" Schneider, Joe "Golfdish" Allis, and Paul "Internet" Otto.  These instructors specialize in different parts of the game and are expected to provide fresh content that just about any poker player can learn from.
Let's take a brief look at what all three of these new Ivey League instructors bring to the table.  First off is Daniel Schneider, who is one of the strongest players in Hold'em and PLO cash games.  Schneider currently plays limits up to $1,000 NLHE and PLO.  This doesn't mean you can't relate to him, however, as his videos have focused on games at much lower stakes.  So far, Scheider has produced four videos you can check out on Ivey League.
Next up is Joe Allis.  If you haven't heard of Allis, you probably haven't played much mid-stakes Zoom or Rush Poker formats, where he is recognized as one of the most feared players in the game.  Allis can often be found playing fast-fold poker anywhere from the $200 to $500 buy-in levels.  He has also had some success switching gears and playing tournaments, including final tabling the Sunday Million on PokerStars.  So far, Allis has made two videos to help you improve your fast-fold poker game.
Last on the list is Paul "Internet" Otto.  If you visit the 2+2 strategy forums, we bet this is already a familiar name to you.  Otto built his bankroll from the ground up, starting with play money before moving to micro-stakes cash games.  According to his Ivey League bio, Otto aims "for the best possible GTO approximation."  Otto already has 11 videos you can check out on Ivey League.
These three instructors are just the tip of the iceberg of whom you can learn from at Ivey League.  The site's Bachelors subscription, which provides many great videos, only costs $9 a month or $70 for the year, which is an affordable way to improve your game.

For those of you who want to take things more seriously, you can have full access to Ivey League with its Masters plan.  This is more expensive at $75 per month or $500 a year, but compared to personalized poker coaching, this is still a huge bargain.  Visit Ivey League today.

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lnternet's Comment

2015-05-30 02:27:58

I am lnternet, not Internet :)

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