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Are you a tournament player looking for a training site to improve your game? If so, you should consider checking out Tournament Poker Edge, which specializes in training for poker tournaments. Tournament Poker Edge is constantly releasing new content from its established trainers such as Casey “bigdogpckt5s” Jarzabek. It also constantly strives to stay fresh and recently added three very recognizable poker players to its stable of pros: Justin “looshle” Pechie, Jamie “and the law won” Kerstetter, and Chris “MovesLikeDarvin” Moon.
Justin “looshle” Pechie is a household name to all online poker players. According to PocketFives, Pechie has amassed almost $1.7 million in tournament winnings, with his most impressive cash being a chop in the PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up for over $110,000 in January 2010.
Pechie's live tournament results are almost equally as impressive as his online results. In fact, he has accumulated over $1.1 million in live tournament cashes according to the Hendon Mob. His most impressive live tournament cash was in April 2007 for over $260,000 and came after finishing in second place in a WSOP Circuit Event at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Pechie recorded an outright victory in a Limit Hold'em event at the 2011 WSOP for $167,000 and a coveted bracelet.
Jamie “and the law won” Kerstetter has been playing online and live poker for over a decade and has established herself as one of the best female poker players in cash games and tournaments. She built her poker bankroll playing live $2/$5 and $5/$10. In 2009, Kerstetter played primarily online poker tournaments on PokerStars under the screen name “and the law won” and was ranked in the top 1% on Official Poker Rankings.
After Black Friday, Kerstetter dedicated herself to playing live cash and established a record for the most number of cashes at a WSOP Circuit stop, with an impressive five in one week at Harrah’s Atlantic City. She has 44 live cashes according to the Hendon Mob, including a recent $26,530 win in a Omaha High-Low tournament and a 12th place finish in the WPT Borgata Championship event for almost $45,000.
Chris “MovesLikeDarvin” Moon is an up-and-coming poker star whose career began in live cash games. In a recent interview with PokerSoftware, Moon talked about his use of an online poker Heads-Up Display: "My HUD is useful for sure, but I feel like I could do fine without it. Many pros who are better than I am don't use a HUD at all for various reasons. It certainly helps some of my decisions when I am playing enough tables that I need to make each decision quicker than I normally would."
With three new players joining the already impressive lineup at Tournament Poker Edge, now might be the time to check out the poker training site to work out the kinks in your game. There is no signup fee and it's only $23.95 per month if you're on a monthly plan. Visit Tournament Poker Edge today.
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