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Barry Greenstein- Ace on the River

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Ace on the River
Author: Greenstein, Barry
Number of pages: 303
Date of publishing: 2004

Barry Greenstein’s Ace on the River is an excellent book dedicated to those who are more than familiar with poker and has to be read as a text that can help you improve your game strategy. The book combines Greenstein’s own gambling experience with a revealing theoretical approach of what playing poker means. As said before, it is not a book that will introduce readers to the world of poker, but one that will help those who already know how to play, get a new perspective over their own strategy.
 The volume is made out of four parts, each of them comprising important information about the poker world and about society and a lot of tips on how to behave when it comes to the poker society. This section is followed by one that approaches the poker philosophy and then by a series of tips and advices about advanced play.
The book is written in a more personal, subjective and especially essayistic style and it sometimes lack the rigors of a strategic book about poker. Sure, there are some books that could be more insightful when it comes to poker theory, but if what you are looking for is an accessible, quick to be read book, than this is the right one for you.   

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