Cashman on Poker: Lessons from the Felt

Cashman on Poker: Lessons from the Felt

by Hank Cashman


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Cashman on Poker: Lessons from the Felt by Hank Cashman

Hank Cashman has put together a collection of his articles about poker, the players you meet and how to improve your game. These articles are meant to be entertaining and to help you improve your game where ever you are playing. Each one has a lesson that came from real players at the local card room or casino.

You will find how to play against the very aggressive player or chip bully. You will find ways to change your play enough to move up to the next level. You may even learn how to get to that final table.

This book isn't about how to play with Doyle, Phil and Daniel. It is about how to play better against Jack, Joe and Henry. After all, who's more likely to sit at your table? It isn't necessary to know how to play high stakes poker or to play the final table at the WSOP. It's better to know how to play at the table you are sitting.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781449507640
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/12/2009
Pages: 134
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.29(d)

About the Author

Hank Cashman was raised at the poker table. He began by watching his Father and his friends play at home games. He grew up learning Stud and Draw.

Hank won a sixteen week tournament in a local card room. That sent him to Vegas to play in his first WSOP event. Instead of putting all his money into one event he parlayed it into a two week winning spree.

Over the years, Hank has written for magazines and web-sites. He has also appeared radio shows. He views his role in the poker community as a player and student of the game. Always trying to improve and understand every nuance and pass them along to other players.

Hank is a licensed dealer and has dealt for the WSOP and WPT. He has dealt for Harrah's and MGM/Mirage properties. Even though Hold'em is the preferred game of today he still plays and deals Stud, Draw and Omaha.

Hank lives in Tennessee with Robin, his wife of almost 30 years. His three kids are also skilled poker players. His five grandchildren haven't picked up the game yet.

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