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Advanced Poker Training: Revolutionizing the Art of Learning Poker

How Two Brothers Built the World’s Largest Training Site (and Helped Crown a World Champion)

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Jun 07, 2017


As Qui “TommyGun” Nguyen was standing behind his $8 million in cash after winning the 2016 World Series of Poker main event, Steve Blay was celebrating on the rail with Qui’s family and the rest of Team TommyGun. Blay, who along with his brother Allen founded, served as Nguyen’s poker advisor at the final table. His poker training software had run thousands of simulations of the November Nine, and to him, Nguyen’s shocking victory wasn’t shocking at all. In fact, his software predicted it with amazing regularity. Steve and Allen Blay, the brothers behind (APT), confidently state that their training site is “the quickest path from beginner to world champion.” With more than 100 million hands of simulated poker played on in the past several years, and many thousands of convinced members, they might just be onto something. We got a chance to sit down with Steve ...

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