Tag Archives: poker books
- A Peek at Critical Concepts by Dusty Schmidt and Paul Hoppe
March 6, 2014
Lee Davy takes a look at the first installment of the new book from the talented duo of Dusty Schmidt and Paul Hoppe and ponders whether it is worth a few big blinds? Dusty Schmidt and Paul Hoppe’s third offering has been a long time coming, but in fairness to...
- Dealer’s Choice: The Books Of Poker Future
September 20, 2013
WSOP.com launched yesterday, heralding the beginning of a new era for online poker in the United States where the operators are government-approved and online satellites promise to become a major engine for live tournaments again one day. I say “one day” because right now the site is only live in...
- Five on Friday: Old Poker Books That Hold Up Today
March 24, 2012
One of the most beautiful things about poker is that it is always evolving. Since the advent of video training, online poker, tracking software, and other modern technologies, that evolution has come at light-speed. Before those days that evolution was as slow as the the games themselves, mostly because the...
Andrew Moseley On The Cash Games in Macau
May 21, 2013
Doyle Brunson on the move; hissy-fit Hamilton; hip-hop Hellmuth
January 21, 2011