3D Poker Training

Meet Sorel at 3D Poker Training

Sorel Mizzi is one of the most feared tournament poker players in the world. He has amassed over $10,000,000 in cashes in tournaments between his live and online play and won Bluff Magazine "Player of the Year" in 2010. He began playing online under the name zangbezan24 on Pokerstars and imper1um on Full Tilt Poker. His biggest online scores include winning the warm up twice for $149,737 and $109,902 respectively and winning the 100r on a Sunday for $74,259. On www.pocketfives.com he was ranked #1 in the world at one point. His dominance has been magnified on the live poker scene. Recently he has continued his success by taking 3rd place in the 100,000 euro buy in high roller at EPT Monte Carlo for 679,000 euro. He then traveled to Macau to play in the Guandong Ltd Asian Millions where he took 3rd place for $2,077,419. Sorel has repeatedly proven that he can conquer any tournament field in the world and the sky is the limit for this game theory genius of poker.

Meet David at 3D Poker Training

David Randall is one of the most accomplished poker instructors in the industry. He began playing online under the name malicous222 on Pokerstars and GhettoFabolous on Full Tilt Poker. Amassing over $2.5 million in online winnings, his titles include Super Tuesday for $80,750 and taking down the $100 rebuy (one of the most difficult fields online) a staggering 9 times. In the live arena, David took 3rd in event 11 in the 2010 WSOP, a $1500 event for $270,000. Recently, he took 92nd in the $10,000 WSOP Main Event and has made multiple final tables on the WSOP Circuit. Off the felt David is even more fiercely passionate about coaching other players to achieve their dreams. David has coached over 90 students privately, shot over 200 hours of video on www.pocketfivestraining.com where he has been a coach since 2008, and hosted multiple poker camps prior to the inception of 3D training. His passion for the game and instinctual abilities to help good players achieve their greatest potential is unparalleled. Gambling like poker but also as sports paris and online 3D casino games often result in the player an adrenaline rush , it's looking that most bettors . A poker tournament in a real casino has nothing to do with a game on the internet or an online casino , the strategies are completely different

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Daniel is arguably the most feared heads up player in online poker history. Playing under the names "jungleman12" and "w00ki3z" he has profited over $7 million dollars in winnings making him one of the most successful online players ever. He began as a regular at the .25/.50 level in 2008 and by 2010 he was a well known 25/50 regular. He competed in the Durrrr million dollar challenge where he agreed to take Tom Dwan heads up for 50,000 hands, winning $1.5 million if he were to come out ahead. Though they only finished 35% of the match due to Black Friday, Cates was up over $1 million when play ceased. It is clear that there is no ceiling to the success that Daniel can have in poker as he continues to take on the toughest competition in the world.

Perhaps Greg Merson put it the best when saying Max was "one of the best high stakes cash game players he had ever faced." While playing under the name "AltiFC" on Pokerstars Max quietly has proven himself as one of the best all around players in the world. In addition to dominating cash games online he also took 4th in the WCOOP Main Event in 2011 for $369,581. Most recently, Max entered his first ever live tournament. We should mention that it was a 100,000 euro buy in tournament, and that he won it for 1,746,000 euro. While Max may not be one of the biggest names in poker, he has repeatedly proven that he can compete with any level competition day in and day out.

Steven McLoughlin is a member of the PokerTracker Software executive management team where he is the Chief Brand Strategist and Player Lobbyist. In addition to the business expertise he brings as the voice of PokerTracker, Steven was one of the designers of several user interface components in PokerTracker 4 and is widely considered the foremost expert on the subject of self-coaching through the use of tracking software.