After months of rumours, a new training site for budding professional poker players has just launched at BlueFirePoker.com with Phil ‘OMGClayAiken’ Galfond serving as ‘lead pro’.
Maryland native Galfond is widely regarded as one of the world’s most promising young professional poker players and has cashed six times at the World Series Of Poker (WSOP). He won last year’s $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha with rebuys event at the WSOP to take home just over $817,700.
The new training site features videos from some of the brightest up-and-coming pros alongside forums, articles and blogs designed to help poker players improve their game.
“At BlueFirePoker.com, we only bring you videos from pros that crush the games,” read a statement from BlueFirePoker.com.
“Most sites will have a few great players doing the occasional video and then a slew of mediocre pros making up the bulk of their library. All of our pros are top players at their stakes, hand selected by our lead pro, Phil Galfond, who will be making four to six videos a month.”
Other professionals that have signed up to contribute material for BlueFirePoker.com include Niman ‘Samoleus’ Kenkre, Don ‘SoCalQuest’ Nguyen, Jason ‘PBJaxx’ Senti, Martin Fournier ‘Giggy’ Giguere and Ryan Fees.
“We want you to get better,” read a statement from the site.
“BlueFirePoker.com is set up to foster your growth as a player, from micro-stakes all the way up to the highest games, helping you reach your maximum potential whatever your goals may be. We have pros carefully picked to address a wide variety of common leaks from players of all levels. They are active in the BlueFirePoker.com community and dedicated to the success of our customers.”