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- ECW Press 2012; US$ 12.95
A poker champ shares the story behind his biggest win What makes a World Series of Poker Main Event champion? Is it knowledge of math or psychology? Is it the ability to determine other players? hands? In Jonathan Duhamel?s Final Table, discover what it takes to win $8.9 million in one tournament. Duhamel takes readers through crucial game moments... more...
- Tuttle Publishing 2011; US$ 14.95
Shigemi Kishikawa graduated from the International Foreign Language College, Tokyo, and worked for years as a legal assistant at Fuchu Air Station. During this time he was one of Japan's leading amateur players of go and taught the game to both Japanese and foreign residents. He is currently retired and lives in Tokyo. more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2007; US$ 18.95
Net and Gross . . . Nassau . . . the Hawk . . . Amigo . . . the Train Game . . . Second Ball . . . the Umbrella Game . . . What does it all mean? Recreational golfers around the world thrive on games within games as a way to enhance the golf experience, level the playing field, and, most important, have a lot more fun. Golf Digest?s Complete Book... more...
- Eclipse Press 2004; US$ 9.99
Every handicapper is looking for an edge. Handicapping for Bettor or Worse: A Fresh Perspective to Betting the Races helps horseplayers create their own luck by teaching them to develop their own approach. Author and well-known handicapper John Lindley discusses the methods used by such handicapping stalwarts as Andrew Beyer and Len Ragozin. He focuses... more...
- Chicago Review Press 2005; US$ 13.99
This fun and witty exposé of horse racing in America goes behind the scenes at the track, providing a serious gambler's-eye-view of the action. Ted McClelland spent a year at tracks and off-track betting facilities in Chicago and across the country, profiling the people who make a career of gambling on horses. This account follows his personal journey... more...
- Pan Macmillan 2012; US$ 9.06
Invitations to John Aspinall and John Burke's illegal gambling parties were the most sought after in 1950s London - only the wealthy and well-connected were allowed past their door. When the police finally arrested them, Aspinall and Burke challenged the law - and won. As a result gambling was legalised. Which interested crime boss Billy Hill and... more...
- HarperCollins 2009; US$ 11.99
Is this a great country or what? You can bet on the turn of the card or a roll of the dice, but also on the NFL, the NCAA, and which Olsen twin marries first. We bet $80 billion a year, the amount growing wildly as more and more people gain access to this huge American wheel of fortune. No longer quarantined in Las Vegas, gambling has become as local... more...
- Primento Digital Publishing 2016; US$ 2.99
Extrait : "Bien qu'il eut dépassé soixante-quinze ans, le comte était aussi solide, aussi vert qu'à soixante ; l'âge semblait avoir glissé sur lui sans l'atteindre, la vieillesse lui ayant été plutôt favorable que contraire, en atténuant les défauts de la jeunesse : ainsi sa taille voûtée qui, à trente ans, lui donnait un aspect ridicule, ne choquait... more...
- Mushroom Publishing 2011; US$ 2.99
Gambling is a wonderfully engaging diversion thoroughly enjoyed by everyone - at least everyone that owns a wonderfully successful casino. For the rest of us, it is an occasionally maddening, sometimes exhilarating, and frequently humor-filled misuse of time. Craps, blackjack, poker, bingo, keno - roll these words slowly about your head for a bit.... more...
- HarperCollins 2005; US$ 10.99
Chris Moneymaker was just a regular guy working as an accountant in Tennessee, who enjoyed playing online poker and winning. On a fluke he decided to enter the World Series of Poker, paid the $40 application fee, and, with only three years? experience playing the game, won it all: $2.5 million. Merging Chris? amazing story with actual tools to help... more...