3 Deep, Meaty Books That Will Give Any Gambler an Edge

By: Wade Knoxville

Not every gambler is looking for an edge. If you're the kind of person who visits a casino three or four times a year, spends $200 and leaves as soon as it's gone, this article might not interest you. On the other hand, if you're a real, hardcore, died-in-the-wool gambling enthusiast, someone who takes pride in beating the odds and coming out on top, you've come to the right place. You're about to discover four books - that's right, books - that could give you a serious edge at the casino. If you're willing to devour what's written in their pages, you could be on your way to higher winnings in no time flat.

1) Statistics Hacks

Statistics Hacks is an excellent addition to the O'Reilly series of science and technology series and any serious gambler should have it on their bookshelf. Why? Because gambling is all about statistics and math. Really. It is. If you don't believe us, go ask the owner of any casino. Every casino ever built knows the mathematical odds for every game they offer - how many times gamblers (on average) are going to win and lose, and how many times the house is going to come out ahead. And if you read this book, you'll learn not only how they figure that out, but how you can use that same knowledge to beat them at their own game! For the fastest results, skip straight to the part specifically about gambling. For the best overall results, read the whole book.

2) Every Hand Revealed

Every Hand Revealed is part-memoir and part-strategy, blended together in such a seamless and fun-to-read way that you wont be able to put it down. You'll learn the story of gambling legend and three time World Poker Tour champion Gus Hansen, as well as the "radical, yet coolly logical, methods behind Gus's 'madness' that have helped him to win consistently." If you're interested in how a man who has made millions at the poker table went about his business, look no further.

3) Read 'em and Reap

When 9 time World Poker Tour champion Phil Hellmuth teams up to write a book with an ex-FBI counterintelligence office, you know some good information is going to be shared. And sure enough, "Read 'em and Reap" does not dissapoint. As the book's description notes, "Joe Navarro, a former FBI counterintelligence officer specializing in nonverbal communication and behavior analysis—or, to put it simply, a man who can tell when someone's lying—offers foolproof techniques, illustrated with amazing examples from poker pro Phil Hellmuth, that will help you decode and interpret your opponents' body language and other silent tip-offs while concealing your own. You'll become a human lie detector, ready to call every bluff—and the most feared player in the room."

Trust us - all of that and more is revealed in this essential text. Grab your own copy ASAP and devour its contents.

The bottom line is this: there are lots of serious gamblers out there. But relatively few of them take the time to read and study the excellent books and testimony of gambling's masters. If you do, you will most certainly profit from your labor. Get the edge!

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