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I’ve compiled a short (just 7-pages) e-book, an introduction to the mathematics of poker. It’s basically covers how to calculate your expected value in a certain spot – starting with explaining what EV is, all …

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Win a Free Poker Book of Your Choice

Submitted by on March 12, 2010 – 2:25 pm12 Comments

I’m sure that all of you have poker books that you want to read. I mean, no matter how good we are, we can always improve, right?

So, in 2 week’s time, I’m giving away a free poker book, of your choice (anything below $40 usd). And you could be the one who wins it.

How? Well, entry is simple, and you can enter in a bunch of ways.

  1. Subscribe to email updates of this blog (the subscription form is in the header). – 1 entries
  2. Comment on this post, stating what book you want to win. – 2 entry
  3. Write a tweet about this contest, and a link back here – 3 entries
  4. Blog about this contest on your blog, and a link back here. – 4 entries

The winning entry will be chosen at random. You can mention the book you want in your contest entry. If you don’t, it’s fine, you can still win – I’ll just email you to get the book title after I pick the winner.

Looking forward to seeing your entries, and hopefully it’ll help me find out about some new books as well. ;)

This contest will run until 25 March, 2359 EST.

The contest is now over. And the winner is….KL. Congratulations. I’ll be emailing you shortly.

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