Mizrachi Dealer Academy Inc. now referred to as
WSOP Dealer Academy. Our academy is available for poker dealer training enrollment, offering diplomas certified by The Board of Education of Florida for Professional Poker Dealing. Please check out our official website at www.wsopdealeracademy.com
We offer our land based training and an online delivery of the same program.
We are determined to turn out the best dealers for any casino and to accomplish this, we have hand picked instructors with over 18 years in the industry, who know the poker world from every perspective. Our South Florida poker training school allows flexibility for schedules as well.
The Poker Dealer Program Includes:
- Texas Hold em Limit and No Limit
- 7 card card
- Omaha High Pot Limit
- Omaha High low
- Shuffling and Chip Handling
- Reading hands
- Game procedures
- Game security
- Game knowledge
- Dealing techniques
- Rules and regulations
- Audition and interview skills
- Professional Dealer conduct
- Simulated casino environment
- Hands on training
In addition, we will offer tips and personally offer special events for our students.
We strive to be the best at whatever we do. Our personal reputations depend on the knowledge and successful results we have acquired through our years in the poker and casino industry.
Call today 954 963 3777 to set up your casino dealer training right away!
All applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
All applicants must be competent in the English language.
All applicants must complete the student enrollment agreement and meet financial obligations to WSOP Dealer Academy
With a diploma from WSOP Dealer Academy you will convey that you have acquired the necessary skills and knowledge for the position. Once you receive a dealing position, the location will handle the required paperwork for the licensing application. A criminal background check is required at all casinos.
For those applicants wishing to pursue employment on the Indian Reservations upon graduation, please be aware the tribes cannot hire anyone who is under the age of 18 and has committed a felony or gaming related offense in the past five years.