To the Smartest Go the Spoils: Join Me at the 2007 CPPC!

by Lou on September 30, 2007

Here’s some updated information about my participation in the First Annual CPPC.
You already know that on Saturday and Sunday, 0ctober 20th and 21st, I’ll be one of the more than a dozen featured presenters at the First Annual California Poker Players Conference, which is being held in Southern California at Hollywood Park Casino, just a few miles from LAX.
Act swiftly, because the “early bird special” is available only through October 5th.

Whether you’re new to the game or aseasoned player, you’ll learn the top tips from some of the best minds in the game today. You’ll take away concepts and strategies you’ll be able to apply immediately!

When you attend, you’ll learn to win moremoney, more often from a group of “MASTER TEACHERS” – players who’ve been winning connsistently for years, and to whom the pros turn when they want to take their game to the next level. It’s a great opportunity!
The faculty includes Mike Caro, the “MadGenius of Poker”, who will be your M.C.and Keynote Speaker. Also featured will be Jeffrey Pollack, V.P. of Sports and Entertainment for Harrahs and Commissioner of the WSOP, who will give you his insider perspective on next year’s big event.

The roster of presenters is too long to list here – but I can assure you that they’re among the world’s best players and most respected teachers. And the 2007 CPPC will feature a great group of exhibitors, too! PLUS, the promoters have added a SECOND PANEL DISCUSSION to the schedule. Be sure to bring your most challenging questions!

Conference producers have dedicated a portion of the income to support the Los Angeles Youth Network, (LAYN) a non-profit organization that helpstroubled youth. Visit the CPPC Web site to learn more about this terrific organization and follow the links to be able to make your own personal donation directly to them, if you find it in your heart. The CPPC is being held in conjunctionwith the National Championships. The schedule allows you to attend BOTH without missing a moment of the other.

Find out more and register to join me at this year’s premiere educational event by visiting:

I look forward to seeing you there!
Keep flopping aces,

Lou Krieger

P.S. Perhaps you’re not able to attendthe live event on the 20th and 21st? Well, we’ve got you covered. Visit the 2007 CPPC Web site and click on Phyllis Caro’s picture to discover how you can learn from some of the presenters without having to leave the comfort of your own home, or wherever you’re traveling!

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