The Thinking Poker Diaries, Volume Five: Stories and Strategic Insights From Poker’s Premier Event


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Experience the thrill, the glory, and the occasional terror of the World Series of Poker Main Event through the eyes of professional poker player, writer, and coach Andrew Brokos. This volume chronicles the 2010 Main Event, in which the author finished in the top 100 in a field comprised of nearly 7000 of the world’s best poker players. With humor, drama, and the strategic insights for which he is famous, Brokos lays out what it takes to succeed in this unique event and what it feels like when your dreams are frustrated, whether by bad luck, your own mistakes, or some combination of the two.

Brokos has helped thousands of poker players improve their skills with his articles, videos, and personalized coaching. He’s entertained tens of thousands more with the Thinking Poker blog and podcast. Now he brings those skills together in a new series that invites you to share in the excitement of high stakes poker and improve your game in the process.

“I always felt a major drawback to poker-strategy books was their density and seriousness; many read like text-books. But in his Poker Diaries, Andrew combines storytelling and his personal experience with thoughts on strategy, and let’s the reader enjoy himself while he learns how to play tournament poker.”

-Tony Dunst, professional poker player and host of the World Poker Tour’s Raw Deal