Poker In The Park To Feature Top Speakers
Europe's largest annual poker festival now in its third year, Poker In The Park is being organised by Bluff Europe and will take place from five o'clock in the afternoon until half-past nine in the evening on Thursday from the heart of Leicester Square. The action will also carry on over August 14 from noon until half-past nine in the evening.
Unibet is set to host a number of top professional players as they deliver their lectures beginning tomorrow with a welcome speech from Jamie Gold from 15 minutes past five o'clock in the afternoon local time.
The lecture schedule will continue from six o'clock in the afternoon local time with World Series of Poker main event champion Peter Eastgate holding a question and answer session. Forty-five minutes later, poker author Alex Rousso will give a lecture on statistics in the game before Nik Persaud tells attendees from half-past seven o'clock in the evening how to use the Internet to improve their game. Tomorrow's lecture sessions will conclude from 15 minutes past eight o'clock with Neil Channing explaining how to understand an opponent's tells.
The lecture sessions will continue on Friday from half-past noon with Derek Webb explaining the game of PTG Poker while Nik Wealthall will discuss luck in poker from 15 minutes past one o'clock local time. At two o'clock in the afternoon Derek Kelly will clarify the game of OMAHA before Paul Jackson discusses hand analysis 45 minutes later.
Other professionals scheduled to feature in the Poker Lecture marquee on Friday include Liv Boeree from half-past three o'clock and Tony Cascarino from 15 minutes past four o'clock before ex-Eastenders actor Michael Greco takes to the dais at five o'clock. He is to be followed by Rousso for his second session 45 minutes later before John Tabatabai takes centre stage at half-past six o'clock in the afternoon.
Derek Kelly will give a talk on book reading from 15 minutes past seven o'clock while Ian Frazer will discuss how to start out in online poker from eight o'clock before Jamie Gold closes out Friday evening's sessions beginning at 45 minutes past eight o'clock in the evening.