Poker Satellite Strategy has just been released by Dara O’Kearney and Barry Carter and the reviews and feedback have been absolutely stellar thus far. The authors have kindly provided Cardplayer Lifestyle with an exclusive excerpt.
In a nutshell, precisely because satellites have been overlooked by the serious poker community, they remain a uniquely profitable form of poker.
Debuting to much fanfare, the hype surrounding Exploitative Play in Live Poker is real, writes Shannon Mack in this book review. Alex Fitzgerald’s new book, published by the venerable D&B Poker, has helped Shannon take his already winning poker game to the next level. Definitely worth picking up a copy when you get the chance!
Gardena, California used to be THE poker Mecca. Max Votolato researched the area’s history over 10 years, ending up compiling a great novel entitled Gardena Poker Clubs: A High-Stakes History.
In this review, Shannon Mack touches upon some of the book’s high points and interesting characters. After picking up a copy, you won’t want to put it down!
A video interview with poker legend Eli Elezra to mark the debut of the English-language version of his autobiography, entitled: Pulling The Trigger.
We discuss Eli’s early life in Israel, service in the IDF, time working in the Alaska fishing industry, the golden days of Bobby’s Room, life in Vegas, and, of course, the book itself.
Buy Eli’s book, Pulling the Trigger, on Amazon.
The highly anticipated book, The Pursuit of Poker Success: Learn from 50 of the World’s Best Poker Players, will soon be released, much to the enjoyment of the poker world.
We spoke with the book’s author, Lance Bradley, to find out more about how the project came together, the challenges he faced in balancing such a hefty project with his full-time work responsibilities, and what the overall book writing experience was like.
Written by legendary casino cheat Richard Marcus back in 2006, Dirty Poker remains a fascinating read. Though some parts have become somewhat dated, due to technological advancements in enhancing poker security, this book is highly intriguing.
Of specific interest to poker fans, Marcus reveals common cheating methods used online (relatively dated), in live poker rooms (slightly dated) and in home games (still VERY relevant). Certainly worth the time it takes to read this book.