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The Rough Guide to Poker

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The Rough Guide to Poker is the ultimate companion to the world's most famous card game. This essential guide tracks the game's history, from its early beginnings on the Mississippi riverboats, right up to the current global boom in online playing and televised tournaments. Known for its mystique, glamour and notoriety, the guide looks at the game's most famous poker faces ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Rough Guides Limited (first published October 31st 2005)
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Great little book about Poker although I've never played the game.
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Poker miscellany. Reviewed for Card Player.
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