In 2007, teenager Annette Obrestad became a poker legend by winning a tournament on PokerStars without looking at her hole cards. And the WSOP winer is coming to London to tell us all how she did it at the Bluff Europe Poker Academy at the Victoria Casino in London. There will also be a boot camp held by the likes of Nik Persaud and Neil Channing, which is all well and good – but it costs £600 for a ticket. Now these guys may be high rollers but I’m just wondering how on earth they expect us mere mortals to afford season ticket prices to listen to them pretend to give away their trade secrets. Think I’d rather take my chances at the tables. Read more.
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