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Sep 14, Jay rated it liked it. This is an introductory book into real life experiences of being a professional player. The fundamental philosophies presented go ‘Ace on the River’ is no ordinary poker book. In all, this is almost an anti-poker book.
The book we will be discussing this week is Barry Greenstein’s ‘Ace on the River: Gotta toss it in here; Barry got the nickname “Robinhood of Poker” for good reason and he seems like a great guy who truly does give back to those in need, so for that reason, I’ll give it 2 stars instead of one.
The things he DOES are much more interesting than the man he is. There is a good section on hands towards the last third of the book, but I think that it needed to be a bit longer to mske the book be of more value. Richt’s Miami tenure showed early promise, but exposed bigger problems Miami Hurricanes. It’s an interesting background on one of the games most notable players.
Overall, I was slightly disappointed with the book, largely due to the fact that it goes into excessive detail about how a poker professional lives, and what, moreover, they should consider and contemplate before pursuing poker as a full-time commitment.
The strategy section is good, however Ace on the River stands out for its coverage of the many other aspects of poker life. By means of a list of questions, you yourself can find yreenstein if you have the right mindset to become a poker player. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. It’s a quick read, and not bad for review if you’ve read other poker books, but overall this one doesn’t break any new ground or cover material that can As far ruver poker books go, this one is a tne introduction and survey into the poker lifestyle.
Barry got to work and was so absorbed by the writing of the chapter that he even missed out on a couple of tournaments during that time.
The fundamental philosophies presented go beyond the green felt and can be applied in all competitive ventures.
The first four chapters are about the poker world and how he ended up as a part of it.
Ace on the River : Book Review
Sign up below to get a FREE 3-part email course that includes one free minute video from the series, and some detailed hand histories featuring common poker tne. Jul 23, Glen Demers added it. Jan 19, Brian rated it really liked it Shelves: Definitely not as much an instructional book about how to play the game greensein, but more of an instructional game on how to be a good poker-playing person and what sort of life The Bear has gone through to get to where he’s at.
Many sections of the book are targeted at poker professionals, although anyone who plays poker would benefit from those sections as well, if only to know how other players are seeing you. Ace on the River: The photos you find in the book don’t always relate to what is being said, but they are always stylish and liven the whole thing up. An American professional poker player, Greenstein has won a number of major events, including three at the World Series of Poker and two on the World Poker Tour.
The third part is a little more traditional in that it discusses various poker theories and lessons for the poker player who has moved on from simple ABC poker. Does Greenstein mean you soft-play the live ones so they stay live ones?
Jul 19, Oto Bakradze rated it really liked it Shelves: Yes, tje read correctly; Barry Greenstein actually talks about every aspect that contributes to you becoming a better poker player. The layout of the No-Limit Hold’em tournament hands is a great way to learn how the pros think their ways through hands, and for a man as self-confident as Greenstein some would say egotistical give him this: The actual discussions of hands are quite informative, though, as Greenstein is as good of a player as you’ll find.
Gotta toss it Don’t come here if you’re looking to improve your poker game.
When reading ‘Ace on the River’ you will regularly be amazed about some of the things Barry Rivrr has been through. He studied for a PhD in mathematics, but never defended his completed dissertation.
Even Doyle Brunson, who has produced two of the best poker bibles around, advises people to read this book for o reason. They can supply you with information about good games. Primarily a book about the mindset you should have when playing and thinking about poker, rather than a book about specific poker strategy.
The dramatic high-resolution photos? The entire book is written very enthusiastically, which is essential for a greeenstein like this. It’s a quick read, and not bad for review if you’ve read other poker books, but overall this one doesn’t break any new ground or cover material that can’t be found elsewhere.
Greenstein hits on the flop with Ace on the River
Deadpan, short and incredibly bland. It’s bad business to destroy people.
May 27, Kingsley rated it liked it. During an online heads-up match between Barry and Daniel Negreanu, Negreanu tells Barry that he can just send him a copy of the book if Negreanu would win the tournament.
It is printed on glossy photo-stock paper that makes it so heavy that reading in bed as I tne want to do is difficult.
Review of Barry Greenstein’s “Ace on the River”
Greenstein often uses his poker winnings to further his thf and charitable interests, earning him the “Robin Hood of Poker” nickname. The poker strategy that is covered is only about 60 pages the book itself is about pgs long and is near the end of the book. Although the book does include some game situations that are being described and analysed, ‘Ace on the River’ is not a strategy book per se.
Along with his contributions to ESPN.