Full Tilt Signs Mind Set Coach Sam Chauhan

In an exciting new development for the Full Tilt Poker Academy, the site has just announced the addition of mind set coach Sam Chauhan to its ranks.
Over the years top professionals have sought out advice from Sam Chauhan in helping unlock their full potential, and his illustrious customer base has included everyone from company CEOs to sports celebrities and, of course, poker players.
Drawing on his expertise in the field of neuro-linguistic programming, Chauhan has managed to carve a name out for himself as being the coach best able to help his clients focus their minds, develop discipline and deal with a whole range of different distractions.
Despite not actually being a poker player per se, Sam Chauhan’s has become directly involved in the industry through his association with the World Series of Poker Academy. His techniques are equally as applicable to the game of poker as other disciplines in life, and some of the top poker pros who have utilised his talents in the past include such players as Phil Hellmuth, Antonio Esfandiari, David Williams, Gavin Smith, and John Racener.
Now, however, an army of Full Tilt customers will be able to directly benefit from the master mind set coach’s teachings through his upcoming work at the FTP Academy. Explaining further what to expect from his association with the Full Tilt Academy, Sam Chauhan said:
“I’ll be doing a lot on when people are on a downswing and breaking the patterns of a downswing. I’ll teach some tricks with the mind that gets people focused and teach them that they don’t need to hope to get lucky.”
“They’ll learn how to deal with tilt and the thoughts that are taking them in the wrong direction. I’ll teach them not to put themselves in a psychological disadvantage. Don’t give other players a psychological edge from the moment they sit at the table, and that’s what most players do.”
The Full Tilt Mindset Academy is due to be up and running within the next few months and no doubt Sam Chauhan’s expertise will prove an incredibly valuable addition to the sites already excellent poker training resource.

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