Two days remain in our exclusive free poker coaching giveaway.
Wednesday’s episode of Table Talk with Polk and co-host Joey Ingram covered a wide range of current event topics, as 2016 WSOP Tag Team co-champion Ryan Fee headed to The Bicycle Casino for some live $25/$50 Pot Limit Omaha action that was broadcast throughout the evening on Twitch.
About to go live at the bike https://t.co/MWt3p5hkOE
— gN Ryan (@RyanFeePoker) December 1, 2016
With the weekend quickly approaching, we’d like to take this opportunity to remind our readers that time is running out to win your chance at 1-hour of free poker coaching with either Doug or Ryan.
All you have to do to earn an entry for a shot at 1-on-1 coaching is sign up for our Upswing Poker Newsletter before Saturday!
@dhubermex Give it up, kids. I'm winning this. As you were. Kappa
— Trane Francks (@tranefrancks) December 1, 2016
In the meantime, be sure to check out all our pros have to offer on the DougPolkPoker and UpswingPoker YouTube channels. Doug will be back on Twitch later this week to put his Punta Cana run-good to the test with a bulging $489 WSOP.com Nevada bankroll and a dream of one day working his way up to those tempting $0.50/$1 cash games.
WPT Returns to Bellagio
Action heats up Friday in the WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic currently taking place at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. There is a $5,200 buy-in PLO event that starts at 2:00PM local time with a No Limit Hold’em version on-deck for Saturday at noon.
The $10,400 buy-in Main Event starts this coming Monday with the final table scheduled for Saturday, December 10th — plus there will be two $25,000 “High Roller” tournaments taking place while the Main Event plays down.
Be sure to connect with our pros on social media for updates over the weekend if any Friends of Team Upswing find themselves deep in one of the WPT Season XV poker events!
(Note: We’re giving away an hour of free coaching with both Doug Polk and Ryan Fee! 2 winners will be chosen by random draw. Click HERE or below to enter!)
David Huber (known as “dhubermex” online) has been involved in the poker industry for more than a decade. He currently assists several poker and gaming entities as a researcher, writer, and consultant. Former Editor-in-Chief & Head Moderator of online tournament rankings site PocketFives (2006-2011).