How to play poker - a woman’s perspective I’ve been a professional poker player for over a decade, and as a woman in a male dominated sport, I have experienced...Read More
Lexy is an amazing poker player, coach and person. Her charitable contributions and time giving back to the community is truly inspirational. I recommend getting to know Lexy whenever and wherever you can.
“I met Lexy in 2016 while she was playing at the Seminole Hard Rock in the Main Event where she was making a deep run for the $1,000,000 top prize. I could tell then that Lexy was different, not just a great player but also a great personality. I soon after learned about Lexy’s efforts for using poker to give back through charity and was on the board with her for many events raising over $1.3 million for those less fortunate. Lexy has a bright future in the game of poker and her success playing is only surpassed by her achievements off the felt.”
For over a decade I have been a professional poker player, playing some of the highest stake games that poker has ever known. I was ranked as the #1 female in the world at the World Series of Poker in 2019 for number of cashes. From playing face to face with the best players in the world, to multi-tabling dozens of games online simultaneously, as a game theory expert and professional poker coach I am excited to share with you the secrets, tips, tricks, and strategy techniques I have learned with my life long experience in the sport of poker.
Whereas my poker journey has been incredibly surreal in many ways, I have also undergone many struggles throughout my career. These experiences have taught me the emotional, physical and strategic tools I needed to be one of the best poker players in the world, and make a living beyond my wildest dreams in a sport that I love. I can teach you poker strategy, how to build mental character, how to get yourself in optimal physical health with my nutrition and workout plans, and how to succeed in poker, or in any other path your heart desires!
Follow along on my journey and train with me as I prepare physically and mentally for the successes, failures, and obstacles this sport and life in general frequently deals us.