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What You'll Get
- $249 for the 21-hour Profitable No Limit Hold ‘Em Class ($499 value)
- Learn mathematical, strategic, and psychological aspects of the game
Classes take place over three consecutive Saturdays or Sundays, including: January 8, January 15, January 22
January 9, January 16, January 23
January 29 February 5, February 12
January 30, February 6, February 13
February 20, February 27, March 6
- Maximum of eight people per class
- Curriculum created by a college professor and professional poker player
- Course booklet and CD with more than 100 hours of live play included
- Course schedule available online
- Must have experience or know how to play No Limit Hold ‘Em
Blast magazine featured School of Cards. Three Yelpers and three Citysearchers award the business a perfect five stars. > * I had never played in a live game and it was a great introduction. Don’t think I’m ready for a casino but now I won’t feel like a complete fool if I do decide to try it out. – Robin B., Yelp > * If you have ANY interest in the game, this is THE place to learn more about it! – Mikepg1, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 26, 2011. Amount paid never expires. 48-hour cancellation notice. Must have experience or know how to play No Limit Hold 'Em. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About School of Cards
The instructors at School of Cards aren’t content only to use their card knowledge in the classroom; when they’re not teaching, they’re competing in high-stakes cash games and tournaments, including World Series of Poker events. Although their training grounds resemble a cozy living room complete with a plush, microfiber couch, the school’s professional poker and blackjack tables demonstrate its intent to make students comfortable in the casino environment. Beginning blackjack and poker players can get their start in three-hour introductory classes, learning such fundamentals as game etiquette, card counting, and how to spot edible chips. Intermediate and advanced players move on to more in-depth courses, as well as services such as game and body-language evaluation.