According to a recent Badbeat.com announcement, a poker site offering plenty of bad beat bonuses, Alan Davie won a prize of $24,000 playing poker tournaments.
Badbeat.com is proud of Davie and considers his achievement as its own because it not only sponsored, but also coached Davie in online poker tournament play.
Last week, Davie finished second in the Sunday Blast, a $200k guaranteed poker event run on Poker Encore and collected a huge prize of $24k.
Toward the end of the week, he had won $5,378 playing Poker Time’s $20k Guaranteed Tournament. Ever since Badbeat.com sponsored him, Alan Davie has won this tournament twice.
Speaking about his success, Davie said that Badbeat.com provided him all the required resources to try his luck at large poker games. He also stated that Badbeat.com is providing all the training and financial support he requires to win at online poker games. The poker player is now in the habit of playing lucrative poker games every night.
Especially expressing his gratitude to Darren Hedley, his mentor at Badbeat.com, he said that Hedley has played an active role in his formation as a successful poker player. Admitting that he used to find it very difficult playing good games of poker, he said that he continued only because Hedley assured him that his luck would change one day. It was Hedley’s belief in him that encouraged him to keep on the road to success, claims the poker player.
Badbeat.com has been sponsoring and training talented poker players from 2005. Last summer, it launched its MyGame Poker Training System, which is available free of charge to anybody interested in improving their game of poker. The system helps players improve their game by analyzing their play. Besides, another system at Badbeat.com, called the Tournament Report Card, provides players a comprehensive feedback on how they perform at multi table and single table tournaments.
Players who register at Badbeat.com partners such as PokerStars, WPTPoker, Genting Poker, and Betfair Poker can access poker tutorials, the hands analysis tool, social gaming, and report cards free of charge.
Badbeat.com, which was launched in 2005, is more of a poker organization than an online poker room, focusing on identifying talented poker players, sponsoring them, and providing them the required financial support. Achieving poker success and fame is getting tougher than ever because of the competition, but Badbeat.com players have access to excellent software tools, the best poker mentors, and player support.