Phil Galfond Tops New Poker Training Site

Phil Galfond Tops New Poker Training Site RunItOnce.comUS poker pro Phil Galfond is one of the most talented players in the game today and was $7,865,837 in profit at Full Tilt’s cash tables before moving over to PokerStars and amassing a further $1,420,657.
The 27 year old is also an adept coaching instructor and during Galfond’s time at Bluefire Poker his training videos were given top ratings. A year on from his acrimonious departure from the site and now Galfond has emerged once more as a figurehead for a new poker training site called
Announcing the launch of on his twitter account, Phil Galfond also highlighted the potential benefits of the site by adding an apt Japanese proverb which states; “Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher.”
And great teachers is what would seem to have in abundance as in addition to Galfond himself are nineteen other top pros including dang brothers Di “Urindanger” and Hac “trex313,” Steve “gboro780″ Gross, Jason Koon and James Obst. Under a section entitled ‘The Best In The World,’ RunItOnce then goes on to explain:
“Run it Once’s Team, hand-picked and led by Phil Galfond, releases training videos every day of the week. Learn by watching the real thing, pros reviewing hands and sessions they’ve played, and ask your questions directly to the pros themselves.”
The pros are then further categorized as either “essential” or “elite,” with two subscription tiers subsequently available from $9.99 a month to a premium package costing $99.99 a month, which gives full access to all the videos made by the “elite” team. is now up and running and offering instruction on various poker variants including no-limit, PLO and tournaments. The site is also touting itself as a community-focused site and will be hosting various player blogs as well as a poker forum.

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