ivey poker logoFollowing Phil Ivey’s end of October announcement that he planned to launch an online tutorial site dedicated to teaching people the “right way” to play poker, Ivey has been working hard to gather together a team of professional poker players who would come together to form the dedicated Team Ivey.

Since the announcement of the planned IveyPoker.com, Ivey has managed to select 28 poker professionals to help to teach poker enthusiasts. On the list of 28 are such names as Greg Merson, Dan Shak, Jennifer Harman, Cole South and Patrik Antonius, who will all work together to form a comprehensive collection of free, downloadable video instructions to the poker community.

IveyPoker has announced that it offers a “suite of innovative poker products and services designed to both entertain and educate poker players of all levels” showing that this can be a way to reach all manner of poker enthusiasts from the new to the self-acclaimed expert.

IveyPoker has now also announced the acquisition of the community-based website LeggoPoker, which concentrates on poker strategy tutorials through instructional videos from the professionals of the poker world.

This acquisition will serve as the principal foundation for the new Ivey League product. Ivey League, a subscription-based poker tutorial website, will feature videos and content form Team Ivey as a network of some of the world’s top and most successful poker professionals.

“In my opinion, LeggoPoker is one of the best teaching sites on the market,” stated IveyPoker founder Phil Ivey. “They are a great match with IveyPoker and together we will offer a top-notch educational destination in Ivey League.”

Using the well-established and strong reputation of LeggoPoker to its full advantage, Ivey League is set to be one of the most effective ways to improve game play through its detailed, individualised instructional videos. The world-class poker players who have given their time to produce the videos and content for the instructional site are invested into the idea of creating better poker players.

The LeggoPoker website’s team of professional instructors includes Dan Smith, Andrew Lichtenberger and Aaron Jones, and will expand to include members of Team Ivey as the move continues.

The Ivey League is set to be the next logical step for users after they have utilised the instructional content from the IveyPoker app, which is soon to be launched to offer a unique poker experience designed to entertain and educate.