Poker Training – Free from Carbon Poker and Drag the Bar
If you’re a Carbon Poker player looking to sharpen your skills, here’s an offer for you: free poker video training at DragTheBar.com.
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New players – Receive first month free training by earning $1 rake in the month. To continue to earn their free membership on an ongoing basis they must earn $500 rake per month.
Generate $500 in rake each month to keep your free poker video training subscription, and stay up to date with all the latest NLHE, LHE, SNG and MTT videos from Drag The Bar’s winning professional coaches.
All you need to do to get involved is opt in. Click the below button to opt in. You’ll be contacted by email when you’ve met the points requirement to start watching videos free.
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About Drag The Bar
Drag The Bar offers strategy videos and forums covering a range of poker types, and only hires coaches that have been proven winners in today’s games. Their fixed limit hold’em content is very strong, with tough midstakes grinder, Supernova Elite and poker author Paul ‘GiantBuddha’ Hoppe at the helm. Add in other excellent LHE pros such as sledghammer, dcook77 and Hood34 (also Pokerstars SNs) to this growing site, and it’s clear they’ve becoming one of the top training sites for LHE.
On the NLHE, SNG and MTT side are legendary grinders like BlackRain79 and Dusty ‘Leatherass9’ Schmidt covering a wide range of cash NLHE stakes, and dominant tourney players such as Chipsteela and zerosum79. Drag The Bar acquired pokerswat.com when it launched and also added all of that site’s videos to its growing library.