Tournament Poker Edge – Best Online Poker Tournament Training Site

Ready to Crush MTTS?  If so theres no better online poker training site out there than Tournament Poker Edge.  The #1 resource of online poker tournament training, TournamentPokerEdge.com prepares you for the tournament grind.  Gone are the days of check folding, continuation bets winning, and donks playing Ace high to the end.  New strategies are in place, and with a full range of top notch online poker tournament pros to guide you, TPE is the place to learn.

Thier poker coaches include several of the top players, and that includes the folowing Canadians.  Casey “bigdogpckt5s” Jarzabek, Mike “goleafsgoeh” Leah, and Danny “DannyN13″ Noseworthy.  Other big name pros include Daryl” aaaaaaaa” Jace, Ryan “HITTHEPANDA” Franklin, Lee Childs, Jon “Wein” Wein, and many more …

Here is a little bit about the Canadian coaches

Casey “bigdogpckt5s” Jarzabek

Casey Jarzabek, known as “bigdogpckt5s” across most sites, is a staple of the high-stakes MTT community. Jarzabek began on Absolute Poker, crushing the SnGs at the highest level. He has placed first in the weekly tournament leaderboard upwards of 25 times on Absolute Poker, showing his dominance on the site from 2005 through 2007. Jarzabek eventually moved on to MTTs, where he has been a force to reckon with. He has outrights wins in two FTOPS, winning Event #9 in November of 2008 for $277,930 and a HORSE 500+35 for another $75,600 in February of 2009. He has also won the FTP Sunday Brawl, the Sunday Mulligan, and the Pokerstars Second Chance. Overall, Jarzabek has an estimated $3,400,000 in online winnings, including wins in eleven Sunday majors across various sites. At different points in his career, Jarzabek has been ranked #1 on officialpokerrankings.com on both Full Tilt Poker and Pokerstars. He has also began his ascension on the live circuit, with a 2nd in a WPT preliminary event as well as several WSOP circuit final tables. He currently resides in St Catharines, Ontario.

Mike “goleafsgoeh” Leah

Mike Leah is a professional poker player and MTT specialist hailing from Toronto, Canada. Known online as “GoLeafsGoEH” online, Mike got his start playing online and already has over $2.8 million in winnings. His online scores include a 3rd place in wcoop main as well as badugi wcoop title He also had win in the 2010 FTOPS #24 for over $92,000, a second place finish in the Full Tilt $750K Guaranteed for $86,000 and a host of other high 5 digit wins including a UBOC title.
Mike also boasts an impressive live record. In 2009 he finished second in the LA Poker Classic for $152,600. That same year he won two Venetian Deepstack events for a total of over $400,000.
Mike continues to play online from his home and Canada and is also a regular on the live poker circuit. In fact, he had 5 cashes in this summer’s World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. His future goals include his first major live tournament win and, of course, a WSOP bracelet!

Danny “DannyN13″ Noseworthy

Danny “DannyN13″ Noseworthy is a 23 year old professional poker player from St. John’s, Newfoundland. He started out hosting/playing $5-$20 games in his own basement throughout high school at the age of 17. After even getting cards banned from school, he took a few stabs online before realizing he had no bankroll management and wanted to actually learn the game. Danny deposited $600 on Full Tilt April 1st, 2009 and has not looked back since. He started out as a 6 max turbo SNG player before making the transition to a MTT grinder later in the year. After having moderate success, Danny caught his first real break in 2010. On April 25, he took 3rd in FTOPS Event #7 for $67,000. Since then, he has almost $500,000 in MTT winnings and over 100 final tables. His outright wins and five figure scores include the PokerStars Nightly Seventy Grand, $11 Re-buy on stars, the PokerStars $109 $50K guaranteed, multiple $109 turbo wins, the Full Tilt Poker Multi-Entry $60k guaranteed, the Full Tilt Poker $163 daily $60k guaranteed and many other turbo MTT wins and more. He is known as a turbo specialist and also took 2nd in a $235 daily Rio live tournament this summer for $18,000.

The cost of training is fairly cheap at only $23.95 per month if you pay monthly.  Pay for a whole year at once and it’s only $239.95.  Thats 12 months for the price of 12!! (Limited time special offer).  There are no signup fees and you can by via credit card or PayPal.

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