Lou Krieger Now Coaching At The BetVictor Club

Lou Krieger Now Coaching At The BetVictor ClubBetVictor Poker recently announced the launch of its new online poker community ‘the BetVictor Club,’ which gives players the opportunity to join its ‘Free Play League’ and compete for over €10,000 in cash prizes every month.
Now, popular poker author Lou Krieger has been signed on as the site’s coach and will host a section of the BetVictor Club called “Ask The Coach,” aimed at improving the player’s poker skills. Krieger would seem a perfect match for the role as, in addition to being a top player himself, he has also written 12 in depth books on the game.
Explaining the benefits of his coaching section at the BetVictor Club, the poker expert said: “The more players take advantage of BetVictor’s ‘Ask the Coach’ feature, the more rapidly their skill will improve, and the faster their decision-making skills will rise to a professional level.”
In order to join the BetVictor Club a player must first create a profile and score at least 80% on ‘The Quiz’ after which they will enjoy access to all the site’s freerolls and resources. However, Krieger has already helped prepare potential members pass The Quiz by composing five tutorials specifically designed for that purpose. These cover a range of all the areas necessary for demonstrating a basic understanding of playing competent poker, including sections on single and multi table table tournaments, cash games and bankroll management.
Commenting on their new partnership with Lou Krieger, BetVictor head of poker Andy Horne,  said: “We’re delighted to welcome Lou to the BetVictor Club. He brings a serious track record in clear poker thinking and developing winning strategies and we’re sure his Ask The Coach thread in our forum will prove very popular with players hoping to take their game to the next level.”

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