317th out of 394 books — 328 voters
The Best Hand I Ever Played: 52 Winning Poker Lessons from the World's Greatest Players
A wise and witty collection of 52 interviews with the best professional poker players in the world (including Doyle Brunson, Amarillo Slim, Phil Gordon, and Annie Duke) in which they recount the greatest hands of their storied careers.Combining heart-stopping action, dramatic storytelling, larger-than-life characters, and expert instruction, The Best Hand I Ever Played pro...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by ESPN Books
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Rosenbloom is a poker player and a poker columnist for the Chicago Tribune. This book is a collection of interviews (and short bios) with 52 of the world’s most famous poker players. Each of the interviewees recounts his/her most memorable poker hand, and goes into the context of the hand: why it was memorable, who it was against, how the cards came, etc. What is great about each interview is that the player goes through his thought process as to why he played the hand in the manner in which he...more