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This poker book honestly tries to be interesting because throughout it’s pages, you can follow the personal trials of players trying to improve their game, while rubbing shoulders with, and interviewing some of the biggest names in idnpoker88 today. The well knows personalities such as Greg Raymer, Daniel Negreneau, Erick Lindgren, Ted Forrest, and Chris Ferguson and many more, the effort and exit of this dialogue is professionally written.
The course has the literal qualities of a major English notch, with some milk-bread humor thrown in for good family reading. Poker players, however, will surely find this an unfortunate mix of boring characters, thrown into a plot so stretched that getting through some chapters is like drinking your grandmother’s hot chocolate mixed with garlic. The idea seems fine, but you have to force yourself to get it done.
You see, the main poker player – character – is Tom McEvoy. Just heard that the name could eclipse the power of two powerful sleeping pills. Oddly enough, Sparks actually tried to leave McEvoy to teach him better poker, even though the last know tournament McEvoy won was sometime earlier this century. Worse yet, if you search this entire production, I challenge you to find anything in-depth. “Patience” and “paying attention” keep coming as some of those valuable lessons McEvoy breathes into the Sparks game. Thanks very much. If I have that kind of patience, I can also wait 50 years to win another tournament, and this time there may be more than 70 competitors in it.
Believe it or not, the better poker player in the book is played by Spark’s wife, Jenny who cleans up on invitations to media covering real poker events. The event, Cruise Poker Party, is probably the closest some of us get to a major tournament, including Sparks. In his wife’s case, a good bit of real poker we could enjoy not having a stake in, but Sparks found a way to stretch another chapter out of it.
Another chapter is devoted to copying exact transcripts of chat logs on Party Poker that Sparks has with a railbird. Sparks actually gave him $50 bucks so as to show how good a heart poker player really can be. Stupid Sparks dared to embarrass himself by asking a Party Poker official to find this character under the handle of another game like, wow, big surprise, Sparks never heard from him again. I’m sure the office at Party Poker has had a good laugh about this one at Spark’s expense.