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Wednesday, February 28, 2007
The Book of Bluffs by Matt Lessinger
I got this book from my Pokerstars poker points. It was that or another T-shirt but since I already have two Pokerstars shirts I thought I'd try the book.
It wasn't a bad read. I liked how Mr. Lesinger encourages you to continue of looking for spots to bluff. I do believe that over the long run bluffing can change your position from a losing player to a winning one. If you're losing one big bet an hour on average but passing up the opportunities to steal the blinds once or twice an hour then one simple frequent bluffing opportunity is all that's between you and a winning record.