Publisher: D&B Publishing
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 28 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
"Discussions of great players' characteristics resemble religious arguments: People have strong opinions, but no solid evidence. Dr. Cardner's research provides that evidence, and the picture is surprisingly complicated. If you're willing to work hard to become a great player, read this book." Dr. Al Schoonmaker, poker psychologist and author "If you think the last thing we need is another poker book, you're wrong. You need this one. Cardner is special. She has two doctorates and is an accomplished player. She combines solid psychological research with insight gained from established pros. This isn't a book for everyone, just for good players who want to become great." Dr. Arthur S. Reber, poker psychologist and author Dr. Cardner's research into mental excellence, combined with words of wisdom from respected poker pros, makes this book a valuable tool. Zachary Elwood, author of Reading Poker Tells
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