A Special Kind of School

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There are many kinds of schools all around the world, but not like the one we are going to talk about, which is really special. This school has been established by two French poker champions, members of Team770, Pascal Perrault, called "PP The Bandit", and Thomas Fougeron, called "Furious French Man". Their purpose is to train poker champions for the future.

Poker isn't the only special thing in this school - the school itself is different. It is located in Brazil in a small village on the beach. The training courses take place in a wonderful villa and other activities have been planned, such as capoeira, boxing, horse riding, and of course, enjoying the beach and the swimming pool. All the components needed for maximum relaxation and a unique, intense, and exciting experience.

Everybody can take part in the course - professionals and novices altogether. 3 levels have been planned: beginners - for those who are unfamiliar with poker and are used to only watch it on TV but want to learn more, intermediate - low-or middle players who are not good enough and want to improve themselves, and advanced - for those who already play pretty well but want to maximize their skills and learn more from professional players and champions.

Every morning they will learn different aspects of the game with specialized teachers - poker language and rules, body language and psychology, strategy, bluff, how to spot cheaters, and perhaps even some secrets. Tournaments will take place every afternoon to give the players the opportunity to put into practice what they learned in the morning and to learn more and improve their abilities by playing with champions.

The two school creators have been sponsored since January 2006 by the poker room Poker770. Many on-line tournaments have been organized by them for anyone who wishes to play, even sometimes in an exciting face-to-face with the champions.

This initiative could really become the perfect recipe to create and train the future champions. Bravo to these two Team770 aces.


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