PocketFives launches online poker training site

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Mar 24, 2011 Posted in Poker News | No Comments »

There is yet another player in the over-crowded online poker training market, as PocketFives Training launched this week. Perhaps a more accurate description would be that PocketFives Training has bought out PokerPwnage.com, absorbing their library of training videos and snatching up their instruction team, according to a press release by the site: “In addition to the latest releases at PocketFives Training, premium members will also have access to the entire library of what was formerly PokerPwnage. This library includes over 400 videos covering tournament strategy in various stakes and forms of poker.”

PocketFives founder, and current Vice President of PocketFives parent company Protos Marketing, Nat Arem –who has one hell of a life judging by the Facebook photos of his travel destinations he is always posting—commented in the same Press Release about the new PocketFives Training site: “P5s Training is going to offer a great way for P5ers to get access to the minds of some of the best online players and it will be a really valuable addition to the MTT poker training market.”

Players searching for PokerPwnage will now be redirected to the PocketFives site, which is a breath of fresh air after visiting the outdated-looking PokerPwnage site; The PocketFives Training site is both sleek and easy to navigate, with drop-down menus and more.

Some of the popular PokerPwnage coaches who will be joining the new PocketFives Training site include:

·    Russell “rdcrsn” Carson
·    Jon “Sketchy1” Eaton
·    Alex “Assassinato” Fitzgerald
·    David “Ghettofabolous” Randall
·    Ben “NeverScaredB” Wilinofsky
·    Nate “nsinger” Singer
·    Grayson “the_dean22” Nichols
·    Tom “TitanTom32″ Braband

Monthly memberships for PocketFives Training cost $29.95 per month with a one-time sign-up fee of $35.



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