Book Review: A Poker Player’s Guide to Mixed Games By Ken Lo

A Poker Player’s Guide to Mixed Games discusses the mechanics and strategies of 12 different poker games. So it makes sense why its almost 700 pages.

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A Sports Bettor’s Review Of Bet365

Bet365 is a great sportsbook for low-volume bettors looking for high entertainment value, a clean interface, and lots of nice bonuses.

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888 Poker Detailed Review and Bonus Information

Read our comprehensive review of 888 Poker, the second largest online poker room in the world. 888 $88 No Deposit Bonus and 100% up to $400 Welcome Bonus.

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Sky Casino and Poker Review

Historically known for Sky TV, in recent years Sky has expanded into online gambling as well, offering an impressive and comprehensive set of offerings.

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Book Review: Dr. Tricia Cardner’s Peak Poker Performance

In the emerging field of mental game coaching, Dr. Cardner’s advice and strategies on how to play your “A” game will have some value to just about every poker player.

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Beyond Poker: Coup

Rikki Tahta’s Coup is a masterpiece of minimalist game design, and emphasizes strategic skills akin to range-balancing in poker.

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Book Review: Check-Raising the Devil by Mike Matusow

Check-Raising the Devil one of the better written poker books, and one of the most compelling and enlightening tales of one of the poker boom’s biggest stars.

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Book Review: Mike Sexton’s Life’s a Gamble

Mike Sexton has been around poker a long time. Life’s a Gamble offers up his story and his views of the poker and gambling world.

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Beyond Poker: Welcome to the Dungeon

Welcome to the Dungeon, release in English by IELLO Games, is a quick and elegant card game which requires multi-level thinking similar to poker.

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Poker Rewards Enthusiasm, but Punishes Innocence

James Guill writes that poker needs more enthusiasm, and he’s right. But enthusiasm and caution are not mutually exclusive, and criticism is not negativity.

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