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Alex Keating

Playing under the screen names of "mistakooll" on PokerStars and "kadabra" on Full Tilt Poker, Keatings's multi table tournament online winnings exceeded $2,500,000, including a win in the Annual PokerStars 2010 Spring Championship of Online Poker tournament in May for $245,000.

Alex was also on top for the 2011 Online Player of the Year race before Black Friday hit and quickly ended his chances. He has also been able to translate his online success to live games. Keating made his WSOP debut at the 2009 World Series of Poker with three in the money finishes totaling $48,983 and his best finish being a final table taking 5th place in Event 38 for $39,977. Before Black Friday struck, Alex was ranked 13th in Holdem Heads Up over $1000 Average Profit Leaderboard, Ranked 14th in Any Game Over $1000 Average Profit Leaderboard and Ranked 16th in Holdem Heads Up Any Stakes Average Profit Leaderboard on Full Tilt Poker. Alex is somewhat rare in the online world, because he can truly do it all, and he does it well. If you are interested in private coaching session with Alex Keating please click the contact Alex button, and we'll be happy to setup a private coaching session!

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Brian Murphy

Brian has been playing heads' up sit-n-go's professionally for three years with over $150,000 in winnings. He has been among the leader board winners in the mid-to-high stake head's up sit-n-go winners over the last two years. He has also coached over 25 players ranging from introductory players to mid-to-high stake grinders from all over the globe.

He is a coach and teacher at heart, with his secondary work in the field of high school athletic coaching. At age 22, he became the youngest head coach in his state. Since "Black Friday" he has spent time refining his coaching program, battled regulars on the remaining US serving sites, and transitioned to the live arena to continue his career in poker. Brian has several different coaching methodologies to help a wide range of struggling and breakeven players make the jump to becoming a consistent winner following the same approach he has since used himself. Contact Brian to schedule a private session or to explore one of his several options!

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Bryan "bparis" Paris

Bryan "bparis" Paris has been a fixture at the online tournament tables since 2005. He has logged tens of thousands of online MTTs as "bparis" on stars and tilt, and "letsgooakland" on UB, cashing for $3.6 million along the way.

After being known as a solid grinder for most of his MTT career, Bryan has had an amazing 2011, breaking into the pocketfives top ten rankings and reaching 2nd in cardplayer's Online Player of the Year award right after Black Friday. During the stretch from Jan 23 - Feb 5, Bryan absolutely destroyed online MTTs, hitting a whopping eleven five figure scores across Stars, Tilt, and UB, topping it off with a chop in the double guarantee week $109+rebuys for $47,440. A couple of months later, just before Black Friday rocked the online poker world, Bryan caught on fire again, hitting another two big scores for a combined $140,000. After the dust had settled on 2011 action due to Black Friday, Bryan finished with an ROI over 100 on two of the three sites and over $300,000 in earnings for the year.

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Bryan Leskowitz

Bryan Leskowitz-best known as Boston3Party on Full Tilt has been a recent terror on the online felt. Before "Black Friday" hit the online poker world he destroyed people in the month of March for an $88,000+ victory on March 27, and then just two days later came in 2nd place in the 150k for $54,000+. Bryan has over $1.1 Million in online tournament earnings playing under the name LeftyGunz24 on Cake, and IKnewwwit on both PokerStars and UB.

Bryan's largest online score to date came in the FTOPS XVII Event #26 ($200+16 NLHE 6-max) in August '10 for $95,700, and his largest live score was in March 2011 at the Bicycle Casino-5k event for $100,000. Yes, if you are doing the math he had over $200,000 in winnings this past March...this kid is definitely at the top of his game! If you are interested in a private coaching session with Bryan Leskowitz please click the contact Bryan button, and we'll be happy to setup a private coaching session!

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Clayton Hamm

Playing as "Ninemil" on PokerStars and "ScrillaGorila" on Full Tilt Poker, Clayton Hamm is an up and coming poker pro from the state of Illinois. He has racked up just over $800k in winnings to date online.

He scored his biggest cash to date in January '11 upon finishing 5th in the PokerStars Sunday Million for $69k. His other key scores include a victory in the Full Tilt Poker $75k Guarantee ($150+13 NLHE) for $34,100 along with a final table appearance in the Stars Sunday Warm-Up for $28,200. He has some of the best results of US players post black friday, cashing for over $150k online on US facing sites since April 15th. He has also won packages to the 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event and the 2012 Aussie Millions Main Event, winning both packages online post Black Friday as well. His live tournament results include a win in a Rio side event during the WSOP in 2010 for $14.5k and a 30th place finish in event #45 of the 2011 WSOP good for $10.5k, with numerous smaller cashes at the WSOP and WSOP Circuit events.

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Daniel Colpoys

Dan Colpoys is a 24 year old Tournament pro from Boston, MA. In his 2 years of professional play he has amassed just under $2,000,000 in in online tournament earnings playing under the names Apowers1968 on stars, LeonP on FTP, and DColpoys on UB.

In June 2010 he had his breakout score by taking down a 33 dollar Mini FTOPS Event for 53k, and since then has a 3rd place in the Sunday Million for 147k, an outright win in a 1k WCOOP event in fall of '10 for 213k, a 2nd place showing in the PokerStars Super Tuesday for 65k, a win in the UB sunday 100k for 33k, and big success in hi stake online MTTs. He was ranked as high as 23rd in the world online before Black Friday and is now available to coach for NLH and PLO MTTs. If you are interested in a private coaching session with Daniel please click the contact Daniel button, and we'll be happy to setup a private coaching session!

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Dylan Hortin

Dylan Hortin is an up-and-coming 21 year old poker pro. He got his start like most young pros do these days, by playing large amounts of poker online. He is self taught and says that his style is his own, and is simply based off of trial and error.

Originally from Salt Lake City, Utah Dylan moved to Tempe, Arizona to attend Arizona State University. After struggling through 3 semesters of trying to balance playing poker with maintaining his academic scholarship and enjoying the college lifestyle, he made the decision to put school on hold and fully pursue his dream of becoming a professional poker player, a decision he claims was one of the toughest of his life. So far, it has paid off. To date he has cashed for over 1.6 Million dollars on tournaments tracked by Pocketfives.com with notable victories in the Pokerstars Sunday 500 and an Ultimate Bet UBOC HORSE Event. He has also won 2 Triple Crowns on Pocketfives.com, an award given to a player that wins a 10k or more prizepool tournament on 3 different online poker sites within 7 days. He has made some noise on the live circuit as well with over $50,000 dollars in cashes, most notably a 14th place finish in the 2009 WPT Spanish Championships Main Event.

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Ryan Karp

Ryan Karp also known as "Ryanbluf" made online poker headlines in August '08 when he won the FTOPS IX $240 Knockout Event #8 for $121,000. He has 2nd place finishes in the PokerStars $1k Super Tuesday and Wednesday Hundred Fifty Grand for $44k and $31k respectively, along with another 3rd place showing in the Stars $1k Super Tuesday for $43k.

His online tournament winnings exceed the $4,000,000 mark, with a number of large live tournament finishes, including a 10th place finish at the Poker Stars Caribbean Adventure for $150,000 in 2009---and then came back the next year in 2010 finishing in 30th place for another $60,000! He doesn't just succeed in Texas Hold-em as he proved in the 2010 WSOP when he final tabled Event 41-Pot-Limit Omaha 8 or Better, and he's had a number of other large live cashes including his 5th place finish at the 2009 WSOP Circuit Main Event in Atlantic City for $67,000+, a place where he also enjoys to play his live cash games. Ryan is truly a beast online while continuing to improve his live game, but when this guy has something to say about online poker, people listen. If you are interested in a private coaching session with Ryan Karp please click the contact Ryan button, and we'll be happy to setup a private coaching session!

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Tyler Hancock

Tyler Hancock is best known as the Founder of PokerBrokers.com. If you are looking to get into online poker, find the best deals/rewards in the industry, find a staking deal, get coaching deals, learn to make money in the poker industry, or just about anything else relating to poker...then Tyler is the person you want to contact. Unlike many people working in the industry Tyler is a professional poker player as well, and knows what the players want/need.

Feel free to contact Tyler at his private email: [email protected] if you want the best possible deal on any online poker site, or are looking for just about anything relating to online poker! Along with his close connections with a number of the top online poker sites, Tyler is a force to be reckoned with at the tables earning well over $1 million in online/live tournaments! If you are interested in private coaching session with Tyler Hancock please click the contact Tyler button, and we\'ll be happy to setup a private coaching session, otherwise you may contact him directly at [email protected]

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