Delving into what it takes to win $8.9 million in one tournament, this guide provides tips and tricks on becoming a World Series of Poker main event champion. Penned by the 2010 winner himself, the handbook reveals useful insight without being too technical, making it ideal for casual players and aficionados alike. Clever plays at crucial spots are revealed, and the 2010 champion’s strategic thinking is retraced in detail, outlining the vital moments when he had to either go all in or fold. Key playing advice is combined with a personal memoir, chronicling the author’s development as a poker player - from his earliest days through online playing and into tournaments. Illustrating the delicate balance between risk and caution, this unique companion is a must-have for Friday night enthusiasts as well as professionals.
©2011 Les Éditions de L’Homme, division de Groupe de Sogides Inc., filiale de Quebecor Media Inc. (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) Translation © Christina Palassio, 2012 (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
Narrated very well. Information was very helpful and insightful. Some poker books are narrated by people who seem to just read well but have no understanding of the content...Neil Shah came off so well that it was very refreshing and he helped you completely buy in to the content. GREAT JOB!!
Certainly, as a poker player I am always reviewing the better literature on the subject. Although this is a relatively short book, it has many relevant points. Coming from a young player who has had success at the highest levels it also has credentials. Read it again to help solidify new ideas.
It was written in a very frank manner and common sense view point. Jonathan shows a lot of maturity for a young player and shares the view of poker of todays young guns, and for me, at 60+, I love to have access to a younger players philosophy.
very easy to listen to and well read.
yes, at only about 4 hours it was an easy listen
I was pleasantly surprised to find that this author selected two of my favorite authors as major influences on his own game. Although short on actual hand examples, the book opens up the thinking of young aggressive poker players and makes clear what I have always believed, its not how long you have been playing poker but how many hours you put into it, how many hands you play and how serious you take learning the game. Internet players gain years of experience in only months of play.
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