Real Grinders: How to Play Poker for a Living


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Three years in the making. Six different countries. Twenty-eight professional poker players. All of them Real Grinders. If you’ve ever wanted to know if you have what it takes to be a professional poker player, now is your chance to find out. We’ve brought together some of the best pro players from around the world to talk about every aspect of playing for a living; the good parts, the bad parts, the successes, and the challenges. Everything that separates the winners from the losers in a game where fortunes can be won or lost on the turn of a card, and a level head and a quick wit control the table. Some of the players in this book include: Aaron Mordey, Alan McMaster, Alek Givotovsky, Alexander Antonios, Ashley Warner, Ashton Cartwright, Brett “brett_threat” Chalhoub, Bryan Huang, Chris Lee, Cole “TopKat5757” Swannack, Didier “didibearrrr” Guerin, Grant Levy, Jackie “Jackstar” Glazier, Jackson Zheng, Jacky Wang, Kahle Burns, Mathew Brown, Octavian Voegele, Oliver “Talerric” “SwoopAE” Gill, Patrick “pmahoney22” Mahoney, Paul Hockin, Rory Young, Ryan Laplante, Slava Sheynin, Tom “winga699” Wing, Victor Teng, and more. Real Grinders. Professional poker doesn’t get more real than this.

 


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3 thoughts on “Real Grinders: How to Play Poker for a Living

  1. Great insights. Great insight into the enigmatic life of the poker grinder. As a long time poker enthusiast I have often wondered what makes the difference between me and the Pros. This book addresses these concepts in their entirety and is a must read for someone wanting to bridge the gap. 5 Stars.

  2. Jump from average joe to pro in poker Anyone who didn’t rate this as 5 stars must have read a completely different book to the one I just did, the chance to get so much wisdom from so many professional players is something I couldn’t find anywhere else, and even as an amateur player I didn’t even know who half of them were, let along know anyone who could put me in touch with them!Basically, after reading this book I feel like I had a bunch of people coaching me, and that I could actually go pro thanks to their advice.

  3. Real Grinders. – How to Play for a Living This book has an awesome cover and started off talking about my all time favorite show, Rounders! The author of the book and I share the similarity that it was the show Rounders that made us both want to play professional poker. Another plus for this book is that it isn’t like most of the other poker books out there. It is NOT a book on strategy, and it is not a book for the beginner poker player. This book starts off assuming you already know what your doing, and takes off right away. As…

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