Studious and ambitious poker players can now enhance their poker knowledge even further, as (together with D&B Poker publishing) Michael Acevedo has released a two-part video pack enhancing and adding to the lessons taught by his bestselling poker strategy book Modern Poker Theory.
Veteran poker writer Jennifer Newell reviews Amanda Botfeld’s A Girl’s Guide to Poker. A fabulous book, solidly formatted that equips a beginner with everything needed to head out to their local brick and mortar poker room. A great read for men and women alike!
Almost immediately upon its release, Michael Acevedo’s Modern Poker Theory, published by D&B Poker, was hailed as a groundbreaking book. Thought by many to be the preeminent guide to Game Theory Optimal (GTO) strategy, it became — and remains — a bestseller in the poker niche.
While it was published in late summer 2019, this article by Shannon Mack represents the first-ever review of the uber popular strategy book.
D&B Poker has just released a new book entitled A Girl’s Guide to Poker. To mark its publication, the author, Amanda Botfeld, shares an exclusive look at how she got started in the game, and what it was that compelled her to write the book in the first place.
Greg Raymer’s win at the 2004 World Series of Poker Main Event wasn’t a fluke. He’s got three decades of experience as a poker professional and regularly puts all that knowledge to work at the felt.
Now, you can gain insight into what makes a poker player a champion and learn some of Raymer’s secrets from his book Fossilman’s Winning Tournament Strategies, published by D&B Poker. Here’s our review.
You’ve likely seen them standing at their booth in the Rio hallways in Las Vegas during the World Series of Poker. You’ve almost certainly heard of multiple book titles they’ve published. You’re possibly even aware of their company’s name, D&B Poker. But what do you really know about those two fine gentleman?
Now, for the first time, company co-owners Dan Addelman and Byron Jacobs open up in this comprehensive feature-length interview. They speak about their backgrounds as publishers, how they first became involved in the poker industry, the process of a pitched manuscript eventually becoming a poker book, and much more.