Book Review: Video Poker for the Intelligent Beginner

Sometimes, you don’t want to leave the house. You haven’t ironed your shirt, you can’t find the money for a taxi, you’re just plain lazy. But you want to make some quick cash and betting is the only way to do so. Well, panic not, because the solution is here; video poker. Don’t worry if you have no clue what to do or how to play, because Video Poker for the Intelligent Beginner by Bob Dancer is here to help you through it all.


Bob Dancer is more than qualified to write about how to play video poker. He has had some of the most outstanding successes in the world when it comes to video poker. In addition to this, he is also a brilliant teacher, which makes this book one of the best poker guides for a beginner to purchase.


Video Poker for the Intelligent Beginner is more than just your average instruction manual. It doesn’t just teach you how to play a game of video poker, it also tells you how to win and completely smash your opponent too! As Dancer takes you through the chapters at a comfortable pace, you’ll start off learning the basics of the game before coming face to face with some sneaky strategies that are guaranteed to get you that big win you so crave.
Not only does Dancer teach the reader all about the ins and outs of video poker, but he also fills the pages with facts and short stories about the best casino’s to play at, who the best players are, how to be scouted for a casino playing team and much, much more. This book isn’t just an instruction manual; it’s a holy bible for video poker. Every question you can ever ask will surely be answered in this book, making it a very worthwhile read.

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