LearnWPT’s Andrew Lichtenberger’s Poker Path is Forged in Education

Andrew ‘LuckyChewy’ Lichtenberger has spent a significant part of his career helping others find their way in the game of poker. He’ll be back at it when LearnWPT Live comes to the WPT World Championship at Wynn Las Vegas on December 4-5.

Andrew ‘LuckyChewy’ Lichtenberger will be coaching players at LearnWPT Live at the WPT World Championship at Wynn Las Vegas on Dec. 4-5. Andrew Lichtenberger , affectionately known by his online screen name ‘LuckyChewy’, has built a reputation in the poker world as being someone you can count on. Both on and off the felt. And as a long-time poker pro, veteran LearnWPT instructor, and OctopiPoker founder one of those things you can count on has been his passion for helping others succeed in the game that he loves.

“There’s always an argument that people have made that if you know something that helps you in a zero-sum game, why would you want to help others? You just sort of take away from your own win rate,” Lichtenberger said. “And it’s a fair point but it’s never really been the way that I view the world.”

Lichtenberger has spent a large portion of his career helping players find their path to poker enlightenment when it’s clear, by his own results, that he never needed to. Lichtenberger’s poker resume is replete with jaw-dropping scores and major titles. With more than $17 million in live tournament earnings, and countless victories while making a name for himself in the early days of online poker, Lichtenberger has emerged as one of his generation’s top talents. As proof, he holds a spot in the WPT Champions Club, has won a WSOP bracelet, numerous PokerGO titles, as well as picked up a few seven-figure scores along the way.

“There were plenty of people kind enough to help me when I was early in my journey and I know how immeasurably helpful all the advice and coaching…and just camaraderie and community that I got when I was new to poker ended up being. So it was never really an option for me once I became competent enough […]

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