With the announcement of the huge $8.5 million first-place prize here at the 2012 WSOP Main Event, poker players all over the world are licking their lips and strategizing how they can get to Vegas and enter the Main Event for a chance to win at least some millions up for grabs. Putting aside the issues of getting to Vegas and buying into the event, how does a player prepare to take on a field of 6,000+ people?
Well, the best way is to get tips and strategy advice from someone who’s been there, played the field and had success in getting some of those millions up for grabs, and that’s where Amir Lehavot and “Amir’s WSOP Main Event” Hand-Pack™ come in.
In this Hand-Pack™, which is beneficial for all levels of poker players, Amir reveals his thinking and analysis in 22 key hands that happened during his deep run at the 2009 Main Event. The pack starts in Level 1 of Day 1 and ends in Level 18 of Day 5. Players learn how he approached this tournament and how he targeted and exploited amateurs.
Amir Lehavot is a former engineer and entrepreneur and has been playing professionally since 2009. In 2011, he won the $10,000 Pot Limit Hold’em World Championship for over $573,000 and finished fourth at the WPT LA Poker Classic for over $400,000. At this years WSOP, he has cashed four separate times with one of those a final table in the $5,000 No Limit Hold’em event.
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