T. Dana Smith

Gaming Today T. Dana Smith

T. Dana Smith is the author of four gaming books, including "The Championship Table at the WSOP." Formerly the owner of Cardsmith Publishing and columnist for Card Player and other magazines, she is senior editor at Cardoza Publishing and book critic for Gamblers Book Club.

 

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‘You can bet on’ these handicapping helpfuls

‘You can bet on’ these handicapping helpfuls

posted on August 28, 2012 by

Book Reviews |  To kick off this review of sports handicapping books, I’ve chosen an oldie but goodie from respected sports columnist and former radio host, Larry Grossman, titled You Can Bet On It! 

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Money is every poker player's favorite color of green

Money is every poker player's favorite color of green

posted on August 21, 2012 by

Gambler's Edge | A while ago I spent a lot of time thinking about money as I listened to Money Love, Jerry Gillies’ audio program devoted entirely to his, my, and many gamblers’ favorite topic.

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Silver lining to UNLV’s season lies in these latest publications

Silver lining to UNLV’s season lies in these latest publications

posted on August 14, 2012 by

Book Reviews |  With the start of the NFL preseason, handicapping fever is in the air. But before you catch this annual epidemic, be sure to pick up one of this season’s pigskin guides to get the skinny from top analysts and handicappers on NCAA football.

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Finish to the SLIMPAC poker success formula

Finish to the SLIMPAC poker success formula

posted on July 31, 2012 by

Gambler's Edge | Skill, luck, image and money are the first four ingredients of poker success. Now, let’s finish off our formula for poker success with the final three winning ingredients.

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2 for Poker learned quickly: 200 Poker Tells, The Middle Zone

2 for Poker learned quickly: 200 Poker Tells, The Middle Zone

posted on July 31, 2014 by

Book Reviews |  The Middle Zone teaches you a reliable strategy for playing tricky poker hands and turning them into a hat trick of profit. Even better, you’ll learn how to avoid murky situations in Texas Hold’em.

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