• Advanced Poker Training

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I am available for contact about setting up lessons or building a custom coaching program at any time by phone (702) 850-2377 (please leave a message and I will respond personally within 24 hours) or by email at chriswilcoxpoker@gmail.com. You can also complete the form below.

Free Consultation

A complimentary phone call, Skype session or meeting provides the opportunity to discuss your goals and see how we can work together.

Remote Poker Coaching Available

Can’t get to Vegas and want to shore up your game in the city you live in? I also offer Remote Poker Coaching by phone or Skype.

Flexible Schedule

I understand how busy life can be so I’m happy to work together to fit within your schedule. With coaching, you can use all your time in one session or spread it out an hour at a time over the course of a month if you wish. What I do is go through areas you are excelling in and areas that might be giving you trouble and provide you with a written document after each of our calls, reinforcing what we have spoken about.

"Working with Chris has been a very beneficial decision of my poker playing career. His positive impact on my playing both online, and in tournament play cannot be overstated. His coaching will teach you everything you need to know to move up in play."
David ChanCoaching Client
Always wanted someone to analyze your poker game one-on-one, but never thought you could afford it?
Well now you can, with IPC one-on-one advanced poker training!

Live and in Las Vegas, you can schedule ‘the coach’ to answer every question you have about poker, as well as analyze your game, in person, one-on-one. This is for players who want to learn fast and learn NOW!

Many people don’t think they can afford a professional poker coach and that is usually correct. Most pros charge $200+ per hour and up. The reason poker coaching is expensive is that it is much more profitable for a professional player to just play poker than to coach. Fewer headaches really. Most coaches feel like “Hey, if I am going to spend my time and energy helping students, I need to get paid for my time.” But, this is where CWP is different: I LIKE to coach and I like to teach poker. And, it shows in the results of the players that get advanced poker training through me.

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