Free Online Poker Training Available to Anyone Who Wants to Learn

Published Monday, April 30, 2012 -

The world of online poker offers many things with an outstanding track record for making it easy to learn the game for fun and profit. One web site that has been offering the best in instruction is founded in 2005, is the original and leading online poker staking business. It is an organization created to win at poker through the funding and comprehensive support of winning online players. Winning at poker is harder today than it was just a few years ago, and every player has access to cutting-edge software tools, a structured development path with advanced learning aides coupled with the knowledge, expertise and support of a pool of world-class mentors and support staff.’s MyGame is a free online poker training system based on its mentoring program.

Access to tutorials, the unique hands analysis tool, Report Cards, and social gaming features are all free after registering a new account with any of Badbeat’s partner poker sites including, GentingPoker, WPTPoker, Betfair, and PokerStars. Success is not easy in today’s poker playing environment, with competition at an all time high. Sponsored and mentored player Alan Davie is on a winning streak. Davie started the week finishing 2nd in the $200,000 Guaranteed Sunday Blast on Poker Encore, winning an incredible $24,000 (€18,158) , and ended it with winning the €20,000 Guaranteed on Poker Time taking home the first place prize of €5,378.

This is the second time Davie has won this tournament since he became a Badbeat sponsored player. Davie commented on his involvement with the site, “Joining gave me the resources to play a lot more volume and bigger games, which of course helps me improve as a player,” Davie continued to explain, “ is helping me achieve my potential by giving me the financial backing and mentoring. I’m already playing some of the best games on a nightly basis.” The MyGame poker training system on is available free to anyone that wants to learn, win and transform the way they play. It builds players’ poker skills from the ground up by analyzing actual play.

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