Here’s How to Save $400 on a LearnWPT Workshop
The LearnWPT workshops are extremely popular thanks to them giving poker players the chance to listen to expert advice, tips and strategy from some of the game’s greats.
There are two more LearnWPT Workshops heading your way over the next few months — one in Las Vegas and the other in Los Angeles — and thanks to PokerNews, you could save $400 on the price of each.
Booking your tickets to one of the LearnWPT Workshops via PokerNews’ links gives you a 20 percent reduction on the price, which means you’ll save $400 — and who wouldn’t want to have an extra $400 in their wallet?
This excellent promotion has to come to an end on Dec. 3 so the real question is, can you afford to miss out?
If you choose to head to the Las Vegas Workshop, you’ll be taught expert cash game strategy from Nick Binger and Eric “Rizen” Lynch at the Bellagio from Dec. 9-10. Not only will you be able to put your questions to winning players, but also the first 50 students who register for this workshop will be invited to the VIP section of the WPT Bellagio Five Diamond World Poker Classic final table, and be able to savor the delights of the eclectic buffet inside Bellagio not once, but twice.
This workshop normally costs $1,997 but by ordering via this link, you save a whopping $400 off the list price.
The second workshop sees LearnWPT head to the Commerce Casino & Hotel in Los Angeles where Binger and a soon-to-be-named professional will show you all of the nuances of tournament poker strategy.
Although there is no VIP final table experience at this stop, there is a special freeroll satellite tournament where the eventual winner will get their hands on a $3,500 buy-in to a WPT Main Event, giving them the opportunity to put their new-learned skills to the test and potentially win a life-changing sum of money.
Again, like the Las Vegas workshop, the Los Angeles stop usually commands a $1,997 price tag but you can save $400 by booking via PokerNews’ links.
If you want to make this massive saving, you need to act fast because the PokerNews-exclusive 20 percent discount will cease to exist after Dec. 3, so why not treat yourself to an early Christmas present?