Friday, November 19, 2010

Book: Aces and Kings

This is a mini review of "Aces and Kings" by Michael Kaplan and Brad Reagan.  This book is a series of short biographies of many poker legends.  From Puggy Pearson to the rising stars of  "today" (the book was published in 2005), the authors tell various stories about the poker players.

The book is easy to read and enjoyable.  While there is very little on the specifics of the "Million-Dollar Strategies" from the players, they do clue us in to the general strategies of the players.

Remember those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it.  This is a good book that gives a broad sweep of the history of poker from the 1940's up through the 2000's.

This book can be purchased here, or you can do what I did and visit your local library.

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