Felt Hopper: Florida

Narrated by: Andy Harrington
Length: 4 hrs and 46 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

This is an adventure book with a poker theme, not the other way around. This is definitely not a poker strategy book. My goal was to play at every poker room in Florida and turn a profit. I was constantly rushing to the next poker room due to time constraints, which made for some interesting poker decisions, but that's not the point of the book. This book is about adventure, living, meeting new people, and seeing new places. I met some interesting characters along the way, and I have knack for off-the-felt misadventures, which you will read about.

©2015 Tyler Nals (P)2017 Tyler Nals

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Strange

Parts of the story were just strange. Literally includes childish details of multiple trips to bathroom to poop. These bathroom trips had nothing to do with the story, just weird. Parts were inaccurate. For example there is no Golf Course right next to Ocala poker. Not sure why he added this detail. The narrator also does not pronounce Ocala and Immokalee correctly - seems like you should one min of research to get this right. His conclusion is basically that FL poker is hard because there are too many bad players. This is comical.

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Honesty in poker

Really enjoyed it. I liked how it gave an honest account of a losing trip. Loved reviews of all the poker rooms, many of which I had never heard of

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Gonna Give it a try

I think that maybe one day my wife and I will have to try this approach to the poker rooms in Florida!