July 31, 2008

Top 10 Non Poker Books For Poker Players

Pocket Fives

This article is great, and we wish we had thought of it first. But since we didn't we'll shamelessly plug Pocket Fives for their top 10 non-poker books for poker players.

We won't spoil the list, but here's a little from the introduction:

Every poker book written by every poker expert will archly discuss the importance of such personal attributes as patience, self-discipline, psychological control. Yet, few, if any, teach you how to acquire those traits.

The books listed here will provide an excellent base to improve your life-roll management.

Do yourself a favor and get reading.

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July 23, 2008

Old Vegas Chips: Barcelona Hotel and Casino

Barcelona

We love to look at old vegas chips, and there is no better site than Old Vegas Chips.com to see some of the amazing designs of yesteryear. Today we take a look at the Barcelona, a great joint that still stands today. The older chips on display at Old Vegas, show a touch of that 1950's flavor that the Barcelona has become known for. It just makes us want to roll back the clock, don a suit, and grab a martini.

Head over to Old Vegas and see their amazing collection, including some chips from the Barcelona of the past and the present.


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July 20, 2008

World Poker Tour Makes a Deal with Fox Sports

You can't always get out to the casino floors to get in some great poker, but for the last several years, you have been able to easily catch great poker on television. The mass market appeal of the various TV shows, arguably led by the World Poker Tour, has created a massive upsurge in the popularity of the game. So Its great to hear that the show goes on, and apparently its going on Fox Sports!

Casino City Times has the story.

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July 3, 2008

Glow in the Dark Poker Cards

Glow In the Dark Cards

These cards are just too cool to pass up. Imagine how muh fun you could have by having a round of betting in the dark. Where all you can see are the cards, and only hear the clinking of chips. It brings a new meaning to the "blind".

Check out these awesome glow in the dark cards over at Fat Brain Toys.

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