British company plans to open poker academy

Poker academy in the UK

​Poker in the UK is quite popular and gambling legislation actively contributes to its popularization in the country.

Recently, the “Big Bluff” British company, which focuses on training stuff for casino, has announced its intention to open a poker academy.

The company will transform several of its offices in Attercliffe into a full-fledged poker academy in which the "students" will be able to take training workshops and improve their play level.

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Each academy will be fitted with 6 game tables and poker coaches will work day and night shifts. The company will open its headquarters in Sheffield in order to properly structure the training.

The Big Bluff company has a good chance of success with its new initiative. The coaches have already trained over 1 500 croupiers, which work in European countries, as well as in the United States.

The representatives of the newly-minted academy consider privacy their main feature. To get into the new poker academy, you need to have a special invitation. This means that not everyone will be able to study there.

The Big Bluff representatives have also announced that their new poker academy will be the first poker school on such a large scale.

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