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Dusty Schmidt Newest Instructor at DragTheBar

Jan 12, 2010
Author: Sadonna Price

DragTheBar is an online poker website and it was recently announced that Dusty ‘Leatherass’ Schmidt is the latest to sign with the company. Schmidt will be acting as the lead instructor at the online poker training site.

Last week, Schmidt resigned with online site Stoxpoker after being there for three years. Schmidt will be joining eleven other coaches at DragTheBar. Poker players can join DragTheBar for a fee to be able to access blogs, forums as well as training videos created by the instructors.

Hunter Bick the CEO of DragTheBar commented: “Dusty is one of the top mid-to-high-stakes players in the world, period. He's played so many hands at such a high win rate that his depth is simply unmatched. But as good a player as he is, he's an even better instructor. It's unusual to find someone who can do both. We don't want our site to just have good poker players as coaches -- they must be well spoken and great teachers too. Dusty embodies those qualities better than anyone."

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