4 September 2012 (London, UK)- Black Belt Poker’s “Pre-flop Aggro” poker academy, which is being held in conjunction with the London Poker Festival at the Bluff @ The Mint card room in South Kensington this Saturday, 8th September, promises to provide just the kind of professional tuition you need to survive a packed month of poker all over London.
Modern poker has evolved into an aggressive pre-flop game where aggressive players will put weaker opponents to the test with the use of 3-betting and 4-betting. The Pre-Flop Aggro seminar seeks to empower you to fight back against the internet kids and provide all the facts, figures and strategies you’ll need to combat an aggressive pre-flop game – or develop one yourself.
The seminar, costing £99, comprises six hours of tuition and talks and workshops with professional poker players, with lunch and soft drinks included in the price. You can qualify for free on BlackBeltPoker.com.
Neil Channing, CEO of Black Belt and former Irish Open Champion, said, “I’m really looking forward to a crazy September of tournaments in London. I’ve taken a break and I’m ready. If you feel you really aren’t quite ready for the barrage of three and four bets that are going to be coming at you in the trenches, it sounds like you might need our academy. It’s designed to help old guys like me to defend themselves from the onslaught of the kids.”
For more details, log on to Black Belt Poker, email email@example.com or visit http://www.blackbeltpoker.com/training/academies/preflop-aggro/. For a full schedule of events visit www.londonpokerfestival.com.
About London Poker Festival (www.londonpokerfestival.com):
The London Poker Festival is one of the world’s largest schedules of poker and poker-related events. Throughout the entire month of September, poker enthusiasts from around the world can partake in almost 80 listed poker festival-calendared events, play at multiple festival venues around London, attend poker seminars, hosted parties, and special events. This September, watch the London poker scene come alive as the city plays host to the EPO, The Unibet Open, the GUKPT and the British Poker Awards and much, much more. For a full calendar of festival events visit www.LondonPokerFestival.com