PocketFives Training Videos Feature WCOOP Main Event

Date: 2012-03-28
Author: David Huber

The developers who head up PocketFives Training have been hard at work providing subscribers with the most up-to-date, relevant, and professional poker training videos on the Net.

The latest video releases include Parts 14 and 15 of Alex "Assassinato" Fitzgerald's foray deep into the PokerStars $5,200 buy-in No Limit Hold'em WCOOP Main Event in which he placed 84th overall. In Part 15 of this series, which was released on March 15th, Fitzgerald features a hand in which he's holding pocket jacks and has to contemplate pre-flop action against another tough competitor who is immediately to his left.

The action proceeds quickly in the sample hand and both players wind up getting their chips in before the flop. Fitzgerald takes down a huge pot when his jacks hold against his opponent's pocket nines.

Fitzgerald is a veteran PocketFives member who has been one of the most popular forum posters for over six years. He comes off as extremely genuine in his posts and training videos to boot. One of the main points that P5s Training developers stress is that their teachers are individuals who enjoy "paying it forward" and providing premier poker instruction to users worldwide at a very reasonable price. Fitzgerald has over $2 million in lifetime online tournament cashes.

Another new video uploaded on March 13th is from PocketFives instructor Nate "nsinger" Singer, who has cashed for $700,000 in online poker tournaments throughout his career. In his latest video, Singer plays as "X-Factor 16" at a PartyPoker rebuy tournament table. Singer discusses position, stack sizes, and paying attention to details during rebuys in order to identify the tendencies of his opponents.

When PokerSoftware talked exclusively with PocketFives Training Manager Jeff Miller, he told us that there would be a number of new instructors joining the team soon. Those who will be selected are well known within the online poker community and have a desire to bring the best possible instruction to subscribing customers.

There are already two to three extra videos being uploaded each month for paying members, and that could increase once new trainers are signed. PocketFives Training is also using Twitter as a means to involve followers in topics not only related to poker training, but also news, current events, and much more.

PocketFives Training features videos, blogs, articles, and forums related to everything poker. Regardless of whether you're looking to improve your skills in online poker tournaments, home games, or satellites, P5s Training has a multitude of resources available for subscribers at the click of a mouse.

The service comes with a free, no obligation two-day trial in which the user can browse through all of the available content and decide for himself whether this high-quality platform will result in a long-term expectation boost when competing in the game of poker.

For customers who decide to subscribe monthly, there is a one time sign-up fee of $35 along with a $29.95 monthly charge. Those who wish to save on sign-up fees can purchase a six-month subscription for $179.70 and have the one-time fee waived. A one-year membership will run the customer $329.45, meaning he only pays for 11 months, and the sign-up fee is also waived.

Visit PocketFives Training today to gain access to one of the world's premier poker training sites, which includes insight from the best poker players in the world. Check them out on Twitter at @P5sTraining.

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