World Poker Tour: In the Money [With Chip Tricks DVD]
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World Poker Tour: In the Money [With Chip Tricks DVD]

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Antonio Esfandiari, a rising star of the World Poker Tour and one of professional poker's best players presents championship strategies for winning Texas Hold'em Cash Games.

This follow-up to WPT: Shuffle Up and Deal from poker professional Antonio Esfandiari with contributions from other stars of the World Poker Tour provides the next level of poker strategies and insights...more
Paperback, 181 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by HarperCollins Publishers
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Curtis Butturff
Not too impressive looking at first glance but you know what they say about judging a book by it's cover. I'm interested in writing a thesis on the history of the game in our military so I'm basically reading each and every book on the market. It's what you gotta do for a PhD but not many schools have a wide selection of poker related books in their academic oriented library. Then again it suggests that it should succeed because it's outside the box...
Raphael Clayette
Nice soft book for beginners (only). Nice autobiography, i love it.
CV Rick
This was a highly entertaining book, not just for the poker advice but as a look into the life of a man who went through several life changes on his way to becoming one of the best and most respected poker players on the planet. I enjoyed the advice, even if it was a bit broad. I enjoyed the stories even more.
Good poker information and interesting biographical material.
Easy read. Antonio is fun to read. The book is light on specifics.
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