Thread: Poker Farce
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Old 03-23-2002, 06:37 PM
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Default Sounds reasonable

Nothing wrong with a humor book, but your candid comment that there's "no information" to help someone's game should be reflected in the catalogue description, which is rather different, for example:

"Serious poker players are often asked, "What's it really like...the world of poker?"

"You will be taken to a serious game and be sitting besides the author. That is, you will be a spectator to the unfolding drama of poker. You will get to meet the players up close and personal, witness their strong and weak points, and watch their varied reactions in victory and defeat."

"Not only will you "play," but you will have to address those problems that all poker players deal with. This includes bankroll management, developing self control, and understanding what it is that makes a poker player truly great."
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