WSOP Academy returns to Indiana

Paul Wasicka
Learn in-depth Hold'em strategy from Paul Wasicka and others in Indiana.

April 1 will bring the World Series of Poker Circuit back to Indiana. With 11 events to look forward to, players might want to hone their poker skills ahead of time with the World Series of Poker Academy scheduled for March 29-30.

The two-day camp will take place at Caesars Indiana in Elizabeth, Ind., and feature instruction from poker pros Paul Wasicka, Mark Seif, Alex Outhred and more, as well as presentations by poker tells expert Joe Navarro.

"Like all of our poker camps, our event held at Caesars Indiana will give players the confidence and skills they need to be a threat at the table, whether they're playing in a home game with friends or at the World Series of Poker against the best in the game," said Jeff Goldenberg of Post Oak Productions, the company that produces the WSOP Academy.

The WSOP Academy session will cost $1,699 and is limited to 100 participants. The Academy officials expect the event to sell out well in advance.

Included in the cost are in-depth seminars, live hand demonstrations, interactive workshops and customized handbooks. These will cover all aspects of No-Limit Texas Hold'em strategy from playing position and calculating pot odds to the importance of aggression and changing gears.

Participants will also have a chance to put what they've learned into action. After the first day of instruction, there will be a total-immersion poker experience as participants play in a private poker tournament.

Not only will they get to play with the pros, they'll be battling for a seat in the WSOPC Caesars Indiana main event - a prize worth $5,000. The main event is scheduled to begin April 13 and run for three days.

For more information on the WSOP Academy session in Indiana or any of its upcoming events, visit or call (800) 989-WSOP.

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