Private lessons for a personalized poker experience
$75 / Hour
Our instructors are dreamers, streamers, and teachers who have traveled the world playing the game. Now they want to teach you. Sign up for one-hour private online lessons, scheduled at a time that works best for you and focused on what you want to learn.
Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours before the scheduled lesson in order to receive a full refund.
Meet the instructors
Dr. Alexandra Chauran
I started playing poker nine years ago, and now I’m a pro who wins consistently. As a business owner for 20 years, I’ve seen firsthand the overlap in discipline, patience, risk analysis, networking and determination. I’m excited to teach you the game too!
A female roommate at the University of Colorado taught me poker while I studied math and probability. Now I have four years of competitive play under my belt and have earned the title of Mid-States Poker Tour’s 2021 Player of the Year. It’s still rare to see many women at tournaments, but Poker Power will change that.
I have been playing poker since I was 23, and I was a speaker at the Global Gaming Expo and iGaming Conference in 2018. I currently live in Las Vegas, and I feel truly blessed and honored to be part of the poker industry, and to bring others in too.
I fell in love with poker because it allows me to constantly be nurturing my competitive spirit, learn new skills applicable to the business world, and have fun! I love Poker Power’s mission to flip the table and give women the confidence they need to take a seat.
Lisa Pickell is a professional poker player and coach. She is the first woman to win the World Series of Poker Circuit ring in NLH, and has played the WSOP Circuit and WPT events for years. Lisa is also a coach for Poker Power, whose mission is to have one million women playing poker.
I’ve worked in casino industry marketing and founded the fashion line Poker Queen. I joined the Women’s Poker Association board to reduce barriers that keep women from playing and serve on the board for nonprofit Poker Gives that helps vets, children, and the homeless.
With my finance background and a bachelor’s degree from University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, I became a teacher to share my love of the game with others. Poker is full of competition, learning, and fun personalities—what more could you ask for?
I’m a math and science teacher in Chicago Public Schools. I love poker because of its complexity and the sense of challenge and competition it brings. I became a Poker Power teacher in order to show the benefits of this game to all women.