“I’d like to start this with a confession. I wanted to like this book, but I was prepared to have to sugarcoat my review of it.
The good news is that I don’t have to sugarcoat anything. Amanda Botfeld’s A Girl’s Guide to Poker is a fabulous book! It makes me want to go to a local casino and play poker. And those who know me understand what a rarity this is.”
Jennifer Newell, Poker journalist
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If you’re a recreational player, Ashley Adams’ Winning Poker in 30 Minutes a Day could be the kick-start your poker game needs to become a more competent and, dare we say it, a more consistently winning poker player. For a semi-pro, it will serve as an excellent reminder for some tactics you should be already employing. It may not help a full-time pro that much, but the book could be useful during periods where the professional is having a tough time. Overall, Ashley Adams’ Winning Poker in 30 Minutes a Day can offer something to everyone – if you’ve got 30 minutes a day to really study! Earl Burton, PokerNewsDaily.com
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“If you’re a newcomer to the game, whoever you are, A Girl’s Guide to Poker is a book that you should have your eyes on. It will help to educate you on several aspects of the game, from bet sizing to putting your opponent on a range of hands (and the reasoning behind it) to bluff catching (yes, Botfeld does step into some more in-depth material in the latter third of the book). But if you’re looking for some entertainment as well, Amanda Botfeld’s A Girl’s Guide to Poker will leave you with a good feeling – and sometimes that’s what we need when we’re getting educated!” Earl Burton, PokerNewsDaily.com
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Bernard has delivered. It’s being edited at the moment and will publish this summer, in time for WSOP satellites.