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Learn How to Play Poker With a WSOP Champion


Poker ClinicWhen you pair an exact match domain name with an expert in that particular field, you are off to a great start. I read a note from Dutch Boyd, a professional poker player who has won two World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelets, and he has started a poker clinic on PokerClinic.com.

It’s one of the top exact match domain names for this particular endeavor, and it’s not a surprise that Boyd owns it. In addition to playing poker professionally, Boyd is also a domain investor, owning a significant number of domain names.

Boyd is currently offering a deal on private lessons, charging aspiring poker players just $20 for the first half hour lesson via Skype. According to Boyd, “I have decided to offer affordable, individualized 1-on-1 poker lessons to a select few individuals. Right now, you can reserve your first half-hour session with me over Skype for only $20! This is a special introductory price that I’m only offering for a very limited time as I build my poker clinic and develop my content.”

I’ve played poker with friends several times, but I’ve never learned poker strategy before. I guess that’s why my friends like playing poker with me – I like to gamble but can’t bluff and don’t know much in the way of strategy.

I may take Boyd up on his offer to learn a bit more about basic poker strategy, and I may purchase lessons for my brother, who plays more than I play. It seems like a pretty good offer.

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Comments (9)

    Dutch Boyd

    Hey Elliot!

    Thanks so much for the mention and the link love. Very much appreciate it. I hope you’ll hit me up again the next time you’re in Vegas and let me buy you a beer.


    October 18th, 2011 at 1:05 pm


    I heard Howard Lederer and Chris Ferguson took lessons from Boyd years ago. He’s a great instructor.

    October 18th, 2011 at 1:59 pm


    This endeavour is only $20, but Dutch Boyd has a history of mismanaging funds and being deceitful to customers who are owed money.

    I’ll let the following do the talking…


    (I know it’s a wiki article, but it’s a well know story)

    October 18th, 2011 at 2:40 pm

    Elliot Silver

    @ AB

    I am going to give it a try as a gift and will post an update to this once my brother has his lesson(s).

    October 18th, 2011 at 2:53 pm


    “professional poker player who has won two World Series of Poker”

    Hmmm… is giving private lessons at “only $20″…

    October 18th, 2011 at 4:11 pm

      Elliot Silver

      @ Sabian

      I would imagine that’s a discounted price for the first lesson, and it will go up for subsequent lessons.

      October 18th, 2011 at 4:36 pm


    If the talk is about poker then I must say if anyone wants to learn poker then move to Zaynga Poker application that useto be in facebook. Its a great way to play and learn poker online.

    October 19th, 2011 at 4:59 am

    LS Morgan

    If you read the whole Pokerspot issue, you realize that it was a case of a dumb kid who got in over his head, with an application that blew up bigger than he was capable of managing. Yes, mistakes were made, but nothing on the level of what we’re seeing with the outright criminal mismanagement (and fraud) perpetrated some of the ‘well established’ internet poker enterprises.

    I don’t know Dutch personally, but I do kinda follow the poker world. He’s eccentric, but there’s no denying his abilities.

    IMO a little late to the party as far as poker services goes, but the idea of one on one tutoring with a multi bracelet winner is very appealing.

    October 20th, 2011 at 10:03 pm

    Svein Tore

    Poker is not so much about strategy.
    Its is more about psychology.
    And not letting others get and idea of how good your cards is.

    October 22nd, 2011 at 8:44 am

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