(PRWEB) January 8, 2008
Site founder Nick Grudzien announced on Monday that the head instructional team for StoxPoker.com had accumulated over 5 million USD in winnings derived exclusively from only poker in the '07 year, averaging 1.25 million USD per instructor. Bryce Paradis, the website's youngest instructor at the age of 23, had a particularly lucrative year, winning over 2.5 million USD alone.
StoxPoker.com was founded by Nick "stoxtrader" Grudzien, who worked a lucrative job on Wall Street for ten years before leaving his job to pursue a career as a professional poker player. The website was founded in March 2006 as a subscription-based poker coaching service and a collection of poker blogs. Unlike other poker sites which typically feature written articles, StoxPoker databases live captures of it's instructors online play, as well as PowerPoint presentations and live quizzes which aim to provide the student with a much more involved learning experience.
In August 2007 the site began hiring additional staff and instructors, and has since exploded in popularity. Currently it is being translated into 6 different languages. Recent poker instructor signings include Ed Miller, author of a large number of extremely popular instructional poker books and Robert L. Williamson III, the lifetime world leader in Pot Limit Omaha tournament winnings. The training material focuses on many different forms of poker, including both No-Limit and Limit Texas Hold'em, Omaha and Razz for both tournaments and cash games.
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