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IveyPoker.com acquires LeggoPoker

Written By: Maya Michaels | February 8, 2013 | Posted In Poker News

Phil Ivey has announced his intentions of launching a brand new website called IveyPoker.com last October 2012 and he said it will be made in order to teach people how to play poker the “right way.”

Since then, the site has been trying to create a group of pros who’ll give out free video instructions that people from the poker community can download. Ivey has chosen 28 players to become part of his Team Ivey. Cole South, Dan Shak, Greg Merson, Jennifer Harman and Patrik Antonius are some of the members he has chosen.

A couple of days ago, IveyPoker has extended even more by purchasing LeggoPoker to begin the Ivey League:

“The acquisition of LeggoPoker will serve as the foundation for a new IveyPoker product offering called Ivey League — a subscription-based poker teaching site featuring training videos and content from Team Ivey, a network of the world’s best professional poker players.

Building off of LeggoPoker’s well-established and reputable poker training site, Ivey League will be the most effective way to improve one’s poker game by offering detailed, individualized instruction from world-class coaches who are invested in making better poker players. LeggoPoker’s team of highly-skilled instructors, including Aaron Jones, Dan Smith andAndrew Lichtenberger, will expand to include members of Team Ivey.”

“In my opinion, LeggoPoker is one of the best teaching sites on the market,” “They are a great match with IveyPoker and together we will offer a top-notch educational poker destination in Ivey League,” said Ivey.

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