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Barbara Enright Headlines Womens Ultimate Poker Academy Seminar

The WUPA or the Women's Ultimate Poker Academy, the first ever all women's poker teaching academy, is debuting on December 16th, 2008. The Harrah's Casino in New Orleans, Louisiana will host the event. Poker pro Barbara Enright will teach in the academy. Barbara Enright is the only female player to ever make it to a world series of poker Main Event final table and finished in 5th place. Enright is also the lone female poker player to be inducted into both the Poker Hall of Fame and the Women's Poker Hall of Fame.

The WUPA will be featuring a three hour teaching session with poker instructor Barbara Enright who will offer her personal insight, poker expertise and skills as a widely recognized professional poker player. Aside from Ms. Barbara Enright, the WUPA has other professional female poker players on their staff including Susie Isaacs, JJ Liu and Karina Jett. Female players, who will participate in the upcoming lessons, will learn from the hand-by-hand instruction, personalize attention from the top female poker pros in the circuit and receive a personal feedback from the instructors.

The next WUPA academy will take place at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on March 6th, 2009 until March 7th, 2009. The cost for this two-day poker academy is $1,295 dollars and includes a freeroll to the High Heels Poker Tour Event on March 8th, 2009 at 12:00 noon at the Hard Rock casino. The participants will also receive give a-ways, prizes and others. The Women's Ultimate Poker Academy was started in 2008 by partners Lisa Adams and Lauren Failla and is the very first women's poker academy.


03/29/2009, Sunday
Sherry Barlow

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