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Book Review: Secrets Of Professional Poker: Volume 1

Secrets Of Professional Poker:  Volume 1:  Winning Strategies For Limit Hold’em, No-Limit Hold’em, And Omaha, by Rolf Slotboom I have to admit I have a great deal of fondness for reading books about poker and poker strategies by professional poker … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Full Tilt Poker Strategy Guide: Tournament Edition

The Full Tilt Poker Strategy Guide:  Tournament Edition, edited by Michael Craig If you want a massive and detailed guide on poker strategy, I can scarcely think of a larger or more appropriate volume than this one, although my own … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Basics Of Winning Poker

The Basics Of Winning Poker, by Avery Cardoza When this book considers itself a work on the basics of winning poker, the writer really does mean the basics.  It is hard to imagine a book on poker strategy being both … Continue reading

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Book Review: Winner’s Guide To Texas Hold ‘Em

Winner’s Guide To Texas Hold ‘Em, by Ken Warren When reading a book about poker, it is worthwhile if the author has both a great deal of insight about the game as well as a sense of humor, and that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bogle On Mutual Funds

Bogle On Mutual Funds:  New Perspectives For The Intelligent Investor, by John C. Bogle As someone who is pretty familiar with the author’s books [1], this book was a pretty obvious choice to read.  As someone who enjoys Bogle’s perspective, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Momentum

Momentum:  How To Propel Your Marketing + Transform Your Brand In The Digital Age, by Shama Hyder If you are amused by books that relate to marketing, as I am, you will likely appreciate what this book has to offer.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Great Strategic Rivalries

Great Strategic Rivalries From The Classical World To The Cold War, edited by James Lacey As someone who greatly enjoys the study of strategy, there was a great deal that I found enjoyable in these essays.  This is by no … Continue reading

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Nabal: Lessons Learned From The Bible’s Dumbest Man

There are many people recorded in the Bible who are not particularly bright, but my choice for the dumbest person in the Bible is Nabal.  Today I would like to spend a bit of time discussing all the ways that … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Complete Manual Of Positional Chess

The Complete Manual Of Positional Chess:  The Russian Chess School 2.0 – Opening And Middlegame, by Konstantin Sakaev & Konstantin Landa I must admit that I enjoyed this book, but perhaps not for the reasons the authors wrote it.  There … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mastering Positional Chess

Mastering Positional Chess:  Practical Lessons Of A Junior World Champion, by Daniel Naroditsky This is the sort of book that one can approach with different attitudes.  On the one hand, as the youngest person to write a book about chess, … Continue reading

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