For the first time in history, a full World Series of Poker bracelet schedule is being played out online, without physical chips or cards. The summer of 2020 will see the first half of the WSOP played out on WSOP.com, for those physically located within Nevada or New Jersey, while the second half of the bracelet schedule will be played on GGPoker, for those in permitted jurisdictions around the rest of the world. Pokercode wants you to prepare in the best possible way and we are proud to present the Pokercode Academy – WSOP 2020

The Pokercode Academy – WSOP 2020 is a special eight-week coaching program with some of the best coaches in the world. Pokercode’s own Fedor Holz, Matthias Eibinger, “IgorKarkarof”, and their friends Claas Segebrecht, Steffen Sontheimer, and mindset coach Elliot Roe teach you how to prepare for the World Series of Poker and crush it! Players can enroll for only €199 and they will get access to eight live coaching sessions, an interactive and supportive community with like-minded poker players, and Pokercode’s state-of-the-art content platform to go back and re-watch the live coaching sessions. 

Pokercode Academy Coaches

Holz and his cadre of coaching cohorts will take students through all aspects of tournament poker. They will discuss early deep stacked play, important ICM situations around the bubble, and of course on the final table. They will do everything they can to prepare their students in the best way possible in the quest to WSOP gold!

With dozens of cashes, many millions of dollars in tournament winnings, and loads of deep WSOP performances and memorable runs among them, the Pokercode team is immensely qualified to teach you their tricks such that you can hopefully emulate their successes and possibly even win a bracelet of your own.

Players who sign up for the the Pokercode Academy – WSOP 2020 will have full access to the Pokercode community as well as the Netflix-like content platform for the months of July, August, and September where they are free to re-watch the live coaching session content as many times as they like. Plus, they can discuss everything taught by the instructors with other students in the community as well as the coaches themselves. 

WSOP bracelet winner Fedor Holz remarked that “I think it’s a great way to work very closely with people, but also put out relevant content that will help them perform better throughout the WSOP series. I personally like that I can share my results and my journey. My ups and downs. I’m excited for the academy and I’m looking forward to welcoming a lot of new people.” 

With some of the best players in the world in various poker formats on the coaching team, the Pokercode staff is equipped to help you will all facets of your tournament game.

Matthias Eibinger added, “I am happy to open up the Team Pokercode Community over the course of the WSOP so that also other players can enjoy the like-minded community feeling and get accompanied by other players in this intense time of grinding the WSOP online series.”

What’s certain is that beyond being highly motivated to have a successful 2020 WSOP online, Holz, Eibinger, and the rest of the Pokercode coaching team are equally as driven to ensuring their students have a solid shot at success of their own by enrolling in the Pokercode Academy – WSOP 2020

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