Book Review: The Mental Game of Poker 2
The Mental Game of Poker 2

I just got done reading Jared Tendler and Barry Carter’s follow up to their ground-breaking book The Mental Game of Poker, [simpleazon-link asin=”0983959757″ locale=”us”]The Mental Game of Poker 2: Proven Strategies for Improving Poker Skill, Increasing Mental Endurance, and Playing in the Zone Consistently[/simpleazon-link]. As one might expect based on the title, TMGP2 extends what […]

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Book Review: Poker Hero

Poker Hero by Florian Roßner is one of the best poker training books I’ve read in a long, long, long time. In fact, one of my only complaints about the book is that it should be twice as long and have a workbook that accompanies it. One of the reasons I love this book so […]

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Ship It Holla Ballas!: How a Bunch of 19-Year-Old College Dropouts Used the Internet to Become Poker’s Loudest, Craziest, and Richest Crew

There was a lot of buzz going around about the Ship It Holla Ballas book going around and I had actually added it to my Amazon Wish List planning on buying it. Fortunately the publisher mailed me a copy for review so I got to the book sooner than I probably would have on my […]

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Top 5 Differences Between Professional Poker and Professional Blackjack: Guest Post by Colin Jones
Holy Rollers

For nearly a decade, I made my entire income from card counting at blackjack. More often than not, people who knew about it would mistakenly ask, “How’s poker going?” I’d usually just reply, “Well, it’s blackjack, but it’s going fine.” With the popularity of Texas Hold’em and the World Series of Poker, every housewife knows […]

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All In: The Poker Movie – Product Review

I recently had the opportunity to screen a copy of the Douglas Tirola documentary, All In: The Poker Movie. I’m not sure what I was expecting. I had heard good and bad things about the film. Not bad-bad. Mostly people in the mainstream film press and others outside of poker who felt that it overly […]

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Product Review: “Playing the Player: Moving Beyond ABC Poker to Dominate Your Opponents” by Ed Miller

If everyone who has ever asked me how to go about learning to play winning poker just read, and more importantly, mastered, everything Ed Miller has published they would already be fairly good poker players. I can’t think of a single author who has consistently put out so much useful information. Miller’s latest contribution to […]

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1&1 Website Hosting Review: WARNING!

This tales starts on a bright Sunday morning. A day that the wife and I had planned on visiting our local cardroom and enjoying the great game of poker. My first indication that our plans were soon to turn to crap occurred as soon as I began checking emails in the morning (usually the first […]

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“Crushing the Microstakes” by Nathan BlackRain79 Williams

I just got done reading Nathan BlackRain79 Williams’ new eBook, “Crushing the Microstakes” and thought I would do a quick post to let people know about it. Coming in at a whopping 251 pages, Crushing the Microstakes is a fairly impressive eBook. Williams, who claims to be the winningest player at the microstakes, walks beginning […]

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Poker Chip Cuff Links from Cuffitt

Seeing as how away from the office I normally just wear t-shirts or polo shirts, it might come as a surprise that I do have a decent collection of dress shirts. Most I had custom tailored in Thailand and just a little less than half I had made with French cuffs. So when Noah, from […]

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Ed Miller’s How to Read Hands at No Limit Hold’Em

I had the great pleasure of reviewing a pre-release version of Ed Miller’s new book, How to Read Hands at No Limit Hold’Em. I call it a great pleasure because I’ve been a big fan of Ed’s writings over the years. I religiously read his 2+2 postings and was one of the first in line […]

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A Rubber Band Story and Other Poker Tales by Tommy Angelo

I am very tardy.  Very, very, tardy. Tommy Angelo sent me a copy of his latest book “A Rubber Band Story and Other Poker Tales” several months ago and I haven’t gotten around to reviewing it yet. I don’t really offer this as an excuse but life has been very busy for me lately. Black […]

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Review: The Mental Game of Poker

Barry Carter was kind enough to send me over a copy of the book he and Jared Tendler wrote, The Mental Game of Poker. I’m not a huge fan of poker psychology books mostly because their best advice is, “don’t go on tilt.” Geez, thanks. One exception to that general dislike of poker psychology was […]

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