Andres Artinano Teaching Elite Cash Game Mastery at Upswing Poker

Andres Artinano Teaching Elite Cash Game Mastery at Upswing Poker Upswing Poker was launched by Doug Polk and Ryan Fee in 2015, and has since grown to become one of the most popular online poker training website available, offering a choice of both free and subscription based courses across a range of different poker formats.
This month, Upswing Poker’s list of regular contributors subsequently increased to eight after it was announced that Andres “educa-p0ker” Artinano had now joined the site. The Spanish pro is an online NLHE cash game specialist, and according to Highstakes DB has amassed winnings of $1,148,396 on PokerStars alone. In addition to his cash game skills, Artinano has also notched up some pretty impressive results playing online tournaments, and in 2016 won the PokerStars SCOOP Main Event for $578,621.
Nevertheless, Artinano will be responsible for a new course set up at Upswing Poker called ‘Elite Cash Game Mastery’, which for a price of $999 will teach players six-max cash game strategy, and how to maximize one’s performance. Commenting upon his joining Upswing Poker, Doug Polk stated:
“This will be the most advanced NL course ever taught, and I am excited we managed to get to work with one of the best six-max cash game players in the world. Andres Artinano, or better known as “educa-p0ker,” has joined our team as the coach for this new course. We couldn’t be more excited, he’s huge in the community and will provide unparalleled insight to help students moving up in stakes in no time.”
Artinano first started playing online poker aged 18 while studying for law and business degree, and was so successful at the game that he soon quit his course to play poker full-time. By 2013, he had also improved on his game by tightening up his preflop game and GTO skills through online studying courses, and in 2015 his bankroll had surged to new heights.
Over the years, Artinano has locked horns with some of poker’s toughest cash game players, such as wilhasha”, “Kanu7” and “trueteller”, and today he is considered one of the top three six-max cash players in the world. Nevertheless, Artinano attributes much of his success to undertaking regular training throughout his career, as well as his love for imparting his knowledge of the game to other players. Andres says that he is now looking forward to sharing his considerable knowledge as a coach at Upswing Poker.


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