Al Spath has worked as the Dean at the PokerPages Free School (PokerSchoolOnline), a respected writer and poker instructor. He has authored many articles for PokerPages (see the gallery at www.pokerpages.com) and was published in Poker Digest, Live Action Poker and Rounder magazines. His “A Chip, A Chair and A Prayer” was the featured article for the 2002 WSOP and his unique insight into the “regular” players perspective, make him one of the most followed authors on the net. He has consulted and help design many online poker sites and created such events as Triple Play and 5 Player Action (two tournament training events, simulating final play action for student advancement). He has produced more than 80 instructional videos that provide training in: building an online bankroll, playing heads up, single and multi-table tournament strategy, and cash game play (specifically, employing the trap), he continues to “teach” throngs of students in a classroom setting, and privately provides one-on-one instruction for those seeking to fill holes or detect leaks in their game.
His association with noted poker players and authors provides the rare opportunity to “review” new poker books, to coordinate and hold conferences, conventions and seminars with key figures in the industry. Most recently, he conducted both Skype and Ventrilo classes ( voice communication devices on the internet), and used for online seminars with professional players and authors. Members at www.pokerpages.com had the rare opportunity to engage in a conversation that is relevant to their game. Al’s co-hosted podcasts (The Online Poker Insiders) that can be found at www.roundersradio.com and at Poker Pages (audio link).
Al can also be found teaching privately at www.pokerinstructors.com (see link on this page).
Email Al at firstname.lastname@example.org