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Ace on the River
Ace on the River


 
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Editorial Reviews

Doyle Brunson, poker legend:
"This book contains a lot of stuff I knew but had never seen written."

Ted Forrest, winning high-stakes player:
"I seem to win whenever I read it."

Phil Ivey, winning high-stakes player"
"Other players don't think about poker like Barry does."

John Hennigan, winning high-stakes player:
"It's the necessary compliment to instructional poker books."

Book Description
Ace on the River is designed to improve the play of everyone from beginners to seasoned professionals. The unique play-by-play section will challenge readers to think beyond simple starting hands and make better decisions on other streets. Ace on the River addresses elements of the game that are unfamiliar to many players. Included are chapters on the poker society, money management, family matters and even sex. This complilation of philosophies and real-table scenarios provides a rare chance to see the poker world through the eyes of someone who lives it.

From the Publisher
This is the first truly "advanced" guide to poker. It's unique play-by-play section challenges readers and they will return again and again to this section for insight.

From the Back Cover
Ace on the River is designed to improve the play of everyone from beginners to seasoned professionals. The unique play-by-play section will challenge readers to think beyond simple starting hands and make better decisions on other streets. Ace on the River addresses elements of the game that are unfamiliar to many players. Included are chapters on the poker society, money management, family matters and even sex. This complilation of philosophies and real-table scenarios provides a rare chance to see the poker world through the eyes of someone who lives it.

About the Author
From early in 2003 to the middle of 2004, Barry Greenstein won seven poker tournaments including a World Poker Tour event and a World Series of Poker bracelet. He also had 5 second place finishes during this time span. He has donated about three million dollars of his tournament winnings to charity and is known as The Robin Hood of Poker.

Paperback. 328 Pages.