Poker Guru Sam Chauhan Teaches 'Winning Poker Mindset' At WSOP AcademyNovember 27, 2009 11:53 am
The World Series of Poker Academy was created in 2007 and is a poker school whose goal is to equip players with the skills necessary to win a WSOP Bracelet.
In a recent announcement, the instructional camp has signalled their intention to launch a new one-day Academy hosted by poker mindset guru Sam Chauhan and designed to help poker players develop a winning mindset.
“Mindset is what differentiates consistent winning players from the rest. A common denominator amongst winning poker players is having a winning mindset,” said Brandon Rosen of the WSOP Academy.
The new one-day instructional program will cost $899 and is set to start on Friday December 4, 2009 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. The focus of the course is on all aspects of developing a winning poker mindset, including managing emotions, coping with bad beats, breaking through barriers to achieving poker greatness, building confidence, doing away with limiting beliefs and implementing powerful mindset techniques.
Sam Chauhan, neuro-linguistic practitioner master and author of the best selling book ‘Mindspower Unleashed’, commented following the announcement: “I look forward to working with WSOP Academy participants to help them deal with the internal conflicts that they face when it’s time to make a big decision at the tables. I plan on spending time working with participants to make them see what they don’t see, hear what they don’t want to hear and make them feel what they don’t want to feel. I’m going to help participants overcome the limiting beliefs that prevent them from achieving their best at the tables. I truly believe that mindset is the most important aspect of winning at poker.”
In addition to its latest seminar, the WSOP Academy offers many different instructional courses which fall into four poker training categories which include tournaments, cash games, advanced and special academies.
Amongst the instructors who regularly teach at the WSOP Academy are Annie Duke, Phil Hellmuth, Jr., Greg Raymer, Scott Fischman, Mark Kroon, Mark Seif, Alex Outhred, and former FBI interrogator Joe Navarro.