Announcing a Poker Christmas Gift That Can Actually Help You Make Money While Having Fun At The Card Table!

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Unfortunately, lots of people just rely on luck when they try to play poker and don't have the information needed to play correctly. Poker is one of the world's great equalizers; the cards don't care if you're black or white, male or female, young or old, rich or poor. The only thing that can differentiate a player from the rest of the pack over the long term (and help them make lots of money)……is having special knowledge that their opponents don't possess.

'Poker Wizards', a new book for 2008 compiles and compares top insights from a group of the world's best players. Compare what they say about:

  •     The five most important characteristics of a successful poker professional.
  •     The secret of when to be most aggressive and when to be passive.
  •     Specific winning starting hand strategies for No-Limit Texas Hold'em.
  •     How to manage your money at the table for maximum long term profitability.
  •     Their favorite tells and how easy it is to uncover deception.

To become a Poker Wizard you don't need to be athletic or born with a silver spoon in your mouth. When you know what you are doing and can bring a bit of magic to the game, you have a tremendous advantage over most of your opponents. This Christmas, bring some joy to your poker player buddy by allowing them to capture some of that same magic.

Author contact Information:        
Warwick Dunnett 1-415 867-0881

No-limit Hold'em champions Daniel Negreanu, Chris Ferguson, Dan Harrington, T.J Cloutier, Marcel Luske, Mel Judah, Mike Sexton and Kathy Liebert, reveal the tactics and attitudes that have enabled them to make millions of dollars playing poker. Also a bonus chapter on 'Tells' by world renowned body language expert Marc Salem.

Distributed by Simon & Schuster.
6 x 9, 320 pages
ISBN-13: 978-158042-227-7

$19.95 paperback in leading bookstores and $15.95 (+ shipping) at


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