About WPS

The Washington Poker School was founded in 2005 by Ken Adams, dubbed "Washington's top poker playing lawyer" by Washingtonian Magazine.

Ken Adams has been competing in major poker tournaments for more than ten years, including the World Series of Poker and the World Poker Tour. He's had four recent final-table finishes including:

  • 4th out of 192 players at the WPT Foxwoods Poker Classic $1500 No Limit Holdem event
  • 7th out of 266 players at the WPT Borgata Winter Open $5000 No Limit Holdem event
  • 8th out of 202 players at the WPT World Poker Finals $3000 No Limit Holdem event
  • 10th out of 2,541 players in the $1500 No Limit Holdem event at the 2007 World Series of Poker

While playing part time as an amateur, Ken ranks in the top 1 percent of tournament players worldwide and has cashed in more than a dozen tournaments in recent years, for total tournament winnings in excess of $300,000.

Ken gives poker lessons and hosts poker events at Washington Poker School's professionally furnished and equipped card room, conveniently located in Northwest Washington, DC near the campus of American University.

Ken Adams in the news:

Ken Adams - Poker Lessons, Poker Events, Poker Classes, Learn Poker, Washington, DC

In addition to playing and teaching poker, Ken Adams has written numerous articles for Card Player magazine and cbsnews.com (the online division of CBS News).