The best way to improve your poker game is to spend time away from the table working on your game.
Join this Member Exclusive Webinar and let the LearnWPT Pros help you focus your efforts and maximize your results.
Spend some time with Eric "Rizen" Lynch and Nick Binger who will be:
Join us for some great poker discussion with Members and the LearnWPT Pros!
As Lead Instructor for LearnWPT, Nick understands the game of poker evolves and the players who win consistently can only do so because of their commitment to continuously improving their games. Nick began his poker journey online and quickly became a force at both the Cash Game and Tournament tables. He soon transitioned to the live arena, winning several high profile events, including a WSOP bracelet in 2011. Nick recently won his second bracelet during the 2020 WSOP when he outlasted a massive 2,408 entry field.
Nick is not only passionate about being a winning poker player, he has spent years perfecting his poker instruction skills and has taught thousands of players how to win. Over the course of his teaching career, Nick developed a comprehensive method for improving the games of others, no matter their skill level or experience. No matter how long you've been playing poker or where you are in your development, Nick can take you to the next level.
Known in cyberspace as “Rizen”, Eric’s internet poker career took off when he won the PokerStars Million Dollar Guaranteed Tournament in May 2006 and took the prestigious Tournament Leader Board award for that month. Eric has made over 300 Final Tables in high profile online and WSOP tournaments including placing 3rd in a Pot Limit WSOP Event in 2006. He also excels at the cash game tables, having logged thousands of profitable hours both live and online.
Eric has had the privilege of helping hundreds of students from all skill levels grow into successful players during the past 10 years teaching alongside Nick Binger for the World Poker Tour. Ask any of his students what separates Eric from other poker instructors and they’ll say it is his ability to make the game more understandable for all players.
Q: When is the Webinar?
A: The Webinar is Tuesday January 22nd, 2019 and will begin at 5:30PM Pacific Time, 8:300PM Eastern Time.
Q: Do I need to be a LearnWPT Member?
A: Yes! Webinars are exclusive to LearnWPT.com Members only. You must be logged in to your Membership to join the Webinar. To login go to www.learnwpt.com and enter your username and password.
Q: How do I join the Webinar?
A: Registration begins 10 minutes before the webinar is scheduled to begin. There will be a button that says JOIN WEBINAR. Click JOIN WEBINAR to proceed to the webinar page. If you arrive before registration has begun, the JOIN button will say: CHECK BACK SOON. You can reload the page in your browser to check if registration has begun.
Q: Can I attend the Webinar from a mobile device?
A: The Webinar experience is optimized and easiest to use on Desktop devices such as a PC or Mac computer. It is possible to join a LearnWPT Webinar using a mobile device, but a few extra steps are required: Click here for instructions.
Q: How do I ask a question during the webinar? Will my question be answered?
A: During each webinar you can ask a question by clicking the question icon and typing it into the chat box that appears on your webinar screen. As many questions as possible will be answered during the Question and Answer period scheduled as part of each webinar. If we miss any please send follow-up questions using the LearnWPT Ask a Pro feature.
Q: I can't attend the live webinar date. Is there any way to watch it later?
A: Yes! You can watch and review previous Webinars from the Webinars page by clicking WEBINARS in the top navigation bar or via the menu on mobile.
Q: Will the webinar be repeated?
A: We currently plan to do new webinars for members each month.
Q: I have a suggestion for a webinar.
A: We’d love to hear it! Let Nick and Eric know at the end of the Webinar or email [email protected] with your suggestions.